For safety reasons and in order to secure the stability, every Padel Court needs to be build on top of a solid base (also called foundation).
The challenge is more focused to those Padel Courts that are going to be installed outdoor, as the ground category is different and the starting point is different in every project. It is impossible to determine the cost of a foundation without making a site visit by the building company who is going to make it. Factors like access, ground category, local weather conditions, local regulations, water evacuation system, wind actions and number of foundation are heavily impacting on price per unit.
On Indoor installations the same rules applies, but the flooring conditions in a building are much better and in most cases you already have concrete. All you need to do is making sure there are no gas, water or electricity tubes integrated in the ground that can be damaged during the installation and possible imperfections need to be repaired before the installation. Surfaces made of asphalt or similar are too soft and probably you would need to make a point foundation.
Over all these years we could actually witness a couple of systems for outdoor-foundations that we would like to share with you, so you can decide together with your building company, which system fits and is the most cost-effective option for your project.
The following block will show you the image and on the right hand side the pros and cons of the system.