Pickle Ball Courts

Pickle Ball Courts Middleboro, MA

Pickle ball is a fun game that’s suitable for people of all ages and skill levels. You don’t need to be particularly athletic to play and enjoy this game, which makes it a great choice for people who haven’t indulged in outdoor sports before. Pickle ball incorporates elements of tennis, ping pong, and badminton so people familiar with those games will find it easier.

At Hardscapes Unlimited, we are familiar with pickle ball game court installation and have built several in Bridgewater, Pembroke, Easton, East Bridgewater, and Berkley. Our team has worked with commercial, professional, and residential clients in Somerset, Middleboro, Wareham, Plymouth, and West Wareham. We will make sure you have a durable and well-designed pickleball game court.

The Layout of The Pickle Ball Court

This court is similar in size, dimension, and design to badminton or tennis courts. You can easily play all three games on it by just adjusting the placement and changing the tools. Here’s a look at the layout:

  • The court size is 20 feet by 40 feet, which is similar to the size of the doubles badminton court.
  • The net stands at the height of 30 inches at both ends and 34 inches in the center.
  • The same court can be used to play singles or doubles pickleball.
  • The court has a striped design like a tennis surface but there are no alleys.
  • Outer courts are divided in two.
  • Inner courts are not divided and are considered no volley zones. They extend to seven feet on either side of the net.

This layout is standard for all pickel ball court installations. The design and dimensions can vary based on client preferences.

Factors Involved in Pickle Ball Court Installation

We take a number of factors into consideration during the installation process. Our first step is to determine if there’s enough space available for the court. Once the land is assessed and determined to be appropriate, we proceed to prepare the surface for installation. There are different surface options like asphalt, concrete, and Versacourt. All these options are durable and reliable.

Versacourt is a high-performance surface that is more resistant to wear and tear than other options, so it might be a good option if you intend to use the court often. Concrete is durable, easy to install and maintain, but relatively expensive. Asphalt is affordable and a great option for residential pickle game court installations.

If you want to know more about out pickle ball court contractor services, get in touch with us at Hardscapes Unlimited. You can call 508-947-1272 or contact us through our form.