Frequently asked questions.
How much room do I need to fit a Sport CourtTM game court in my yard?
Sport Court game courts are custom-designed to fit the space in your yard. Almost any size or configuration is possible. Download our 10 tips
for custom court building to help you understand the process.
What is the time frame for installing a game court or home gym?
We recommend planning on 4–6 weeks from the first time you meet with your CourtBuilder; until the day the court is ready to play on.
May I pick more than one color for my game court?
We hope you will! Sport Court game courts offer plenty of color options that yield countless combinations. Check out our CourtBuilder app
to start designing your court now.
Do you offer custom designs on game courts?
Yes! Our process is all about creating your very own personalized, custom court. You can browse our gallery
to get some ideas; then on our visit we’ll help you finalize them.
If the sports surface becomes damaged, how difficult is it to replace?
Some of our courts were installed over 30 years ago and are still in play. While any damage is unlikely because our sport flooring is made of durable polypropylene, it’s very easy to swap out any tiles that need to be replaced, and every court is backed by our manufacturer's 15-year warranty.
What does it cost to build a Sport CourtTM game court?
We’ve built small shooting courts for as little as $10,000, but courts range in price based on size, materials, accessories, and configuration. That’s why we meet with you to identify your family’s needs before providing an exact quote. We work within your budget to help you get the most for you money.
How do I maintain my Sport CourtTM home gym flooring?
This couldn’t be easier! For home gym owners, all you need is regular dust-mopping and the occasional deep clean from a wet mop.
How do I maintain my Sport CourtTM outdoor game court?
This is simple and easy. A broom, blower, or hose can be used to keep the top surface free of debris. Water will drain quickly through the open grate, making sure your court is ready for play soon after cleaning or inclement weather.
How long has Sport CourtTM of Oregon been in business?
We have been building quality game courts and backyard recreational facilities since the 1980’s. In fact, Sport Court invented the backyard game court. No other company has been around longer or built as many courts, so you can be assured we will be here to service you for years to come.
Why is the Sport CourtTM outdoor surface important? Can’t I just play on painted concrete?
This is about the safety of your children, and no other outdoor sports surface can deliver a better combination of shock absorption, ball response, traction, and playability than our PowerGame™ outdoor modular flooring. With the combination of a PowerGame surface atop our patented SportBase™, heads are protected from injury from falls of up to 46 inches. Our other sport flooring options offer comparable safety benefits.
How long will a game court last?
Our modular sport floors are covered by a 15-year limited warranty, and we expect them to deliver playability, safety, and durability for even longer.
Is the surface slippery when wet?
Almost any surface can be slippery when wet. However, Sport Court’s open-grid design sheds water quickly, making it possible to return to action sooner than any other surface.
Do I need a permit to build a backyard court or home gym?
It depends on your neighborhood. We have experience in working with municipalities and neighborhoods to help you navigate the required regulations.TM
Why do I need a visit from a local CourtBuilderTM?
Every court we build is customized to meet your needs and fit the space where it will be built. When you’re ready for a visit from your CourtBuilder, we’ll talk with you about your goals for the court and survey the site where it will be built. We’ll then be able to offer you an accurate quote on the court of your dreams.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, we carry all the necessary insurance to keep our employees safe and protect you from any liability.