With the help of this video, we would like to show you the installation process of 2 Padel Courts Mod. PREMIUM.
Building padel courts involves several steps, from site preparation to the final finishing touches. Here is a general outline of the construction process for 2 padel courts:
- Site preparation: The first step in building padel courts is to prepare the site where the courts will be located. This involves clearing the area, leveling the ground, and ensuring proper drainage.
- Foundation: The next step is to lay the foundation for the padel courts. This typically involves pouring a ring beam for the steel construction of the Padel Court and then covering the playing surface with porous concrete or porous asphalt.
- Walls and fences: Once the foundation is in place, the walls and fences for the padel courts can be constructed. Padel court walls are made of glass or metal mesh, and the fences are made of steel or chain link.
- Lighting: Padel courts need to be well-lit for evening and nighttime play. Lighting fixtures are typically mounted on poles around the courts and wired into the electrical system.
- Surface finishing: The final step in building padel courts is to finish the surface with the artificial grass. This involves applying a layer of acrylic or polyurethane paint to the court surface, which not only provides a smooth playing surface but also adds color and aesthetics to the court.
- Netting and posts: Padel courts require netting and posts to divide the court and keep the ball in play. The netting is typically made of nylon and is attached to steel posts that are set into the ground.
- Surface finishing: The final step in building padel courts is to finish the surface of the court. The artificial grass is then rolled out over the prepared base, ensuring that it is properly aligned and secured to the edges of the court.
- Additional amenities: Optional amenities like benches, scoreboards, and water fountains can also be installed around the padel court area for the convenience of players and spectators.
Building 2 padel courts including the foundation can take several weeks to several months, depending on the complexity of the design and the materials used. It’s important to work with experienced contractors specialized in making foundations. We or a local qualified installation team will manage the installation of the padel court construction to ensure that the courts are built to meet regulatory standards and provide a safe and enjoyable playing experience. The installation of the Padel Courts will take around 3 – 5 days per court with 3 experienced installers.
More information about the foundation can be found in the post “The Foundation for Padel Courts“.
For further questions do not hesitate to contact us.