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Stationary in ground basketball systems require digging equipment, concrete, and earth relocation devices. Comparatively, roof/wall mounted basketball systems need wooden bracing, structural anchors, and scaffolding (in some cases). Comparing this to portable basketball systems that require nothing but base gel, sand, or water to function, the price difference is evident.
We assemble and install all types of basketball equipment including in-ground basketball goals, portable basketball hoops, roof or wall mounted systems, and commercial, public, and institutional goals.
The average cost to assemble a basketball hoop is about $450 for an inground model. That includes both labor and materials. That includes both labor and materials. Budget about $50 to $75 for concrete, $150 to $500 for the unit, and the rest for the professional labor installers provide.
• Adult assembly required. • Dispose of ALL packaging materials promptly. • As with all products, periodically inspect for loose, small parts. • Assembled unit MUST be filled with sand or water at ALL times. • ALL basketball systems, including those used for DISPLAYS, MUST be assembled and installed according to instructions.
Lifetime basketball hoops are the best basketball goals you can find! When you’re ready to invest in a basketball hoop for your home, be sure it's the best residential basketball system on the market. You can feel confident you are getting the best quality and innovation with our outdoor basketball hoops.
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ALL basketball systems, including those used for DISPLAYS, MUST be assembled and installed according to instructions. Failure to follow instructions could result in SERIOUS INJURY.