Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Pickleball is a racquet of paddle sport that requires only a net and a surface. It can be played by two or four players at a time. Players use a paddle to hit a hollow, perforated plastic ball across the net.

The game resembles tennis but without the need for a well-installed and prepared surface or court. It is viewed as being, at least as entertaining as paddle but without the annoying noise of solid balls hitting walls.

All our PickleCourts consist of a carpet, either on a roll or by putting several carpet tiles together, double-sided tape to fixate the carpet (tiles) to the existing flat surface as well as two poles and a net

No, our carpets are as thin as 0.3cm and the installation methods we advise, ensure there are no issues with the edges. This has been confirmed by professionals who have tested our carpets.
A self-maintenance kit is offered for any minor cuts, tears, or scratches, which allows you to repair the surface in less than 30 minutes. This extends the life of the product beyond the typical lifespan of a pickleball court. Additionally, we recommend a resurface every 3 years to maintain the court’s longevity.

A PickleCourt is slightly smaller than a Padel court.

A full one-piece PickleCourt court ranges from approximately 360 kg to 540 kg. The 1.2×1.2 m PickleCourt tiles weigh approximately 3.6 kg per tile. Our sales team can help you determine which option best suits your needs.

The time required for PickleCourt setup depends on factors such as the type of PickleCourt, size, installation type, location, climate, and whether it is indoor or outdoor. Due to these variables, we recommend contacting our sales team to find the best option for your specific needs.

While the setup, like rolling out and fixating of the carpet rolls or installation of the tiles is a matter of 10 to 30 minutes respectively, which is complemented by the simple placement of the two poles and fitting of the net, we advise granting the surface some time to acclimatise. Due to the horizontal forces exercised, the surface requires some time to adjust to the temperature onsite. This can take a few hours or up to 3 days.

These courts are suitable for short or long-term events and tournaments, seasonal use, or permanent installations.

The PickleCourt surface is 0.3 cm thick, irrespective of it being the roll-out court or the tiles.

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