Packed with health and social benefits, pickleball is quickly becoming one of the most popular court choices for school facilities and vibrant community settings alike. If you’ve never enjoyed pickleball, pickleball is best described as a combination of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. Using hand paddles and a Wiffle ball, 2 to 4 players take turns volleying the ball back and forth over the central net.
Since pickleball is played on a court that’s a fourth the size of a traditional tennis court, installing a pickleball court is more affordable, requires less space, and may just be the perfect addition to your facility or neighborhood.
Pickleball Courts Are Compact, Safe, & Affordable
Fortunately, pickleball is perfect for both indoor and outdoor settings. Especially easy to install if you already have a court to convert or open space available, the standard 22’ x 44’ pickleball court dimensions minimize design hurdles and take less time to install. Great for encouraging higher facility attendance or maximizing the utility of an underutilized court, a new pickleball installation or court conversion may be right for you if:
- You have limited space: Perfect for backyards and small gymnasiums alike, pickleball packs the best features of tennis into a more versatile package. We can easily help you transform a tennis court into four pickleball courts, or inspire healthful community activity with a centralized court for everyone in the neighborhood to enjoy.
- You are looking for a safer sporting option: Since the court is smaller, beginners and players with joint sensitivities will appreciate the lower intensity and less intimidating learning curve. Additionally, our court and turf installations in NJ offer a variety of safer surface material types and advanced coatings to minimize joint impact and improve traction with every action-packed play.
- You have a budget to respect: From court planning and foundation work to lower-cost maintenance and recoating services, our accessible pickleball courts are designed with lean budgets in mind. Our experienced contractors manage every detail, resulting in fewer costs and beautiful court installations that are trusted by academic institutions and top-tier facilities across the nation.
Planning for Your Pickleball Court
While helping you design your new court, important topics include space requirements, material differences, and other important factors like court security and maintenance. After deciding on an appropriate space, our construction team creates a level foundation, lays the preferred material, coats the surface, and assists with court striping, central net placement, and can even help with other beneficial options like barrier netting and security fencing.
Since pickleball courts can be constructed from a variety of materials ranging from asphalt to clay, the type of material you choose is often the most important decision related to the overall cost, court care, and longevity. For detailed guidance and helpful planning assistance, get in touch with our experienced crew and discover the many ways a fun, safe, and affordable pickleball court can bring out the best in your facility or neighborhood today!