Sports courts are springing up everywhere. Photo Credit: luisvilla
The old days of playing games on the backyard sandlot have definitely faded into the sunset. Even concrete and asphalt seem a little obsolete by today’s standards. Yes, a good multi-purpose sports court offers a big improvement over the alternatives. For starters, sports courts have a higher standard of safety. The courts are designed to protect the user. They have a forgiving surface that reduces the chance of injury and puts less pressure on joints than traditional outdoor surfaces. Plus, they can be used for multiple sports, even for your own putting green if you want.
Sport Courts have been around since the mid-70’s, providing recreation surfaces for schools, businesses, and homeowners. These courts can be built to any specifications. They can be built indoors or outdoors; it just depends on your situation.
Installation is fairly simple for an outdoor court. The contractor will clear and level the ground and then assemble the modular pieces of athletic flooring. Generally, a new sports court will take between 4-5 days to assemble. No glue or any toxic elements go into the construction of these athletic surfaces; they snap together, forming a flexible and fun outdoor floor.
Sports courts are a success internationally. Last year, Connor Sport Court of Salt Lake City installed more than 3 dozens courts in Romania. The company introduced 37 new basketball courts to schools and parks in the city Bacau, Romania. The company has built over 50,000 athletic floors in over 75 countries, but the project in Romania was their biggest ever.
Of course sport courts aren’t just about basketball. They can be built to any specification and for a multitude of recreation games and sports.
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