CushionMaster II – Coarse Rubber. Flexible acrylic coating that provides the larger build of rubber to add cushioning to the basketball court surface. Contains coarse rubber particles, yet fine enough to apply by squeegee. Provides the initial thickness within multiple layers on the basketball court surface.
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Concrete is the first and best choice for a home basketball court. While often the most costly base option, concrete is going to give you the best performance and long-term results. A typical concrete pad for a backyard basketball court will consist of a 4″ pad with steel reinforced rebar and saw cut expansion joints.
Standard asphalt remains the most common outdoor basketball court surface due to its strength and ability to withstand harsh weather conditions. Unfortunately, asphalt will break down over time and can be prone to cracks, chips and other surface imperfections.
Indoor courts are usually made with polished wood (often maple), while outdoor courts are typically made from paving, concrete, or asphalt. Basketball courts come in different sizes based on the level and type of basketball being played.
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Keep your measurement on point here. Concrete is crucial if you want your basketball court to be robust, resilient and last for a longer time. It will add to the strength of the rubber tile flooring of the pre-made basketball court floors.
Outdoor Basketball Courts Get a bounce and cushion similar to hardwood in the comfort of your own backyard! With an open top design and superior weather resistance and drainage, our floors are ready to play all year round.
Indoor basketball courts are almost always made of polished wood, usually maple, with 3 metres (9.8 ft)-high rims on each basket. Outdoor surfaces are generally made from standard paving materials such as concrete or asphalt .