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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. The key point is to ensure that your concrete is level and has a minimal slope.
A common alternative to concrete is an asphalt pad. This is a popular selection since materials and installation are typically less expensive than concrete. As with concrete, ensure the asphalt is level and has a minimal slope. The finish should be relatively smooth and not have any large aggregate. This will work well as long as you don’t have any large tree roots that could grow under the court. Asphalt Basketball Courts tend to require much more maintenance. If you are interested in saving money, Check out our Asphalt Page
There is, of course, a more complicated answer. In an effort to make sure you have all of the information that you need, I am going to give you both. The simple answer is that an outdoor basketball court can cost you anywhere from $5,000 to $47,000, with the average cost being $10,000.
That comes out to be about $10.00 to $12 per square foot. A standard full-size concrete basketball court runs 94 feet by 50 feet (4,700 square feet). For those that do not have space or money for a full-size, you can build a half-size court. A half-size court is 47 feet by 50 feet (2,350 square feet), which can cost about $23,5000. If that is still too large, there is 30 feet by 30 feet (900 square feet) option. This comes with a much lower cost of $9,000.
When considering a full-size court, there are some standard sizes. The NBA full-size court is 97 feet by 50 feet and comes with an average cost of $46,000. A full-size high school court is 84 feet by 50 feet and has an average cost of $41,500. The Junior High court is 74 feet by 42 feet and has an average cost of $42,000.
If you are considering a concrete Basketball court half-court size, they also have some standard sizes. The NBA half-size court is 47 feet by 50 feet and comes with an average cost of $23,500. A half-size high school court is 42 feet by 50 feet and has an average cost of $21,000. The Junior High court is 37 feet by 42 feet and has an average cost of $15,540. There is another half-size Basketball court option which is the three on 3 court at 30 feet by 30 feet, with an average cost of $9,000. This is the most common option for an adult-sized Concrete Basketball court in a residential area.
Another option to cover the cost of building an outside basketball court is to finance it. We offer financing to build an outdoor basketball court. When you finance through our company, it allows you to have the basketball court built for you while you are able to make payments later. If you opt to finance, you do not have to worry about blowing your credit card out of the water with such a high purchase. The financing options tend to be better than the percentage rate you are probably going to get from your credit card. Check out the Finance link below if you are interested.
If you finance your Concrete basketball court, you are leaving your credit card balance available for future purchases. Taking advantage of our financing options gives you a set amount that you have to pay each month to have the balance paid off in a certain amount of time. If you use your credit card, you are not guaranteed to have it paid off in time. You also are not guaranteed that the payment amount will remain the same. As interest is added to your credit card, your payment amount may increase.
I may have rained on your parade a little here by telling you the cost to build an outside basketball court. Now that you know the cost of building an outside basketball court, it may always remain a dream. After all, this Indiana, and we are the Basketball State! We would be more than happy to be your Concrete Basketball court Contractor. Reach out to us for a free quote.
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