Building a perfect Padelbox concrete base court steps:
Choose a suitable location: The padel court should be level and have good drainage. It should also be in a location that is easily accessible and has enough space for players to move around.
Measure the area: The standard size of a padel court is 20 meters by 10 meters, but it’s best to consult with PADELBOXand your architect to ensure that the court will fit in the chosen location. Padelbox recommends a minimum space of 35 by 68 feet.
Prepare the ground: The ground should be leveled and compacted, and any grass or other vegetation should be removed.
Build the proper concrete slab following the next steps:
Excavate the area: The depth of the excavation should be deep enough to allow for the slab and a layer of compacted gravel.
Add a layer of compacted gravel: The gravel provides a stable base for the concrete slab and helps with drainage. The gravel should be compacted to ensure a level surface.
Form the slab: The slab should be minimum 12 inches thick and should be formed to the dimensions of the court. The forms should be level and securely in place to ensure that the slab is the correct size and shape.
Pour and finish the concrete: The concrete should be poured in sections and finished with a trowel to create a smooth surface. The slab should be left to cure for at least 28 days before it can be used.
It’s important to use high-quality concrete and to consult with an experienced contractor to ensure that the slab is properly designed and constructed to meet the safety and durability requirements of your padel court.
5. Maintaining the Court: Regular maintenance of the court is important to ensure that it remains in good condition. This includes cleaning and sweeping the surface, as well as checking and tightening any loose bolts or screws.
It is important to consult with PADELBOXexperts when building a padel court to ensure that it meets the standard size and safety requirements.
Meticulous describes every inch of this landscape renovation for a detail-oriented client.
Two new outdoor pavilions anchor the property: one serving the existing pool, the other adjoining a new court for Padel, a racket sport similar to paddle tennis. The existing home’s massive wood beams influenced the overall look of the pavilions, both of which are clad in seven-inch-wide shou-sugi-ban-treatedboards.
This labor-intensive ancient Japanese technique preserves and waterproofs the sapele wood by charring its surface. Both structures are designed on a seven-inch module, so every window and door opening corresponds to a multiple of seven inches wide, leaving no partial boards. Both pavilions are true indoor/outdoor spaces, lit for night use, with televisions, heaters, and wet bars carefully concealed within.
Our design seamlessly joins two lots in Bel Air into a single estate, with multiple programmed spaces for outdoor activity.
A grove of olive trees at the property’s new driveway entrance creates a grand arrival sequence. Carefully manicured boxwood hedges flank crape myrtles, which burst into gorgeous white flowers each spring. Additional olive trees cascade down the hillside, their sculptural branches and thick foliage adding to the feeling of secluded expanse.
A series of formal allées frame the best views and knit all the various spaces together. The client’s specifications for the Padel court were just as exacting. We sank the fence posts deep underground so no fasteners are exposed. The fact that the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety had never certified a Padel court made the process even more challenging. ARTICLE BY RIOS.
South End just added Padel to the Club. Come try this amazing sport.
It is one of the fastest growing raquet sports in the world.
It is the second most played sport in Spain and
spreading fast through Europe & other continents.
More than 10 million people & 21 countries play Padel.
In USA you can play in Texas, Florida & California.
Easier and less demanding on your body. Exciting, fast growing sport.
It´s a combination of Tennis and Squash.
It´s extremely social and easy to play.
Learn to play with the wall.
The artificial grass is enjoyable and easy on the joints.
Try another fun sport.
Good for all ages.
Dunlop Padel is sponsoring the Women’s double Tournament in South End Racquet and Health Club on Saturday July 27th.
Located at the base of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, this private club offers a resort atmosphere. With over seven acres of beautifully manicured grounds, tennis, paddle tennis, racquetball and state–of–the–art fitness center, these all create the perfect setting for your total club experience. If family is your focus, South End provides a variety of children’s programs and activities to appeal to their individual sports and fitness interests.
South End Racquet and Health Club, the jewel of the California South Bay is holding this Tournament and Sponsored by Dunlop!
Dunlop Prizes: paddles for the winners of the division with the highest number of participants ,hat/visor for the first 50 women to sign up online at www.theuspta.com
Raffle for Padel Revolution Apparel.
All of these prizes brought to you by www.thepadelhop.com
Find the best paddle tennis racket and accessories in the market at The Padel Shop. Featuring Dunlop and Head. More brands are coming. Padel Revolution offers you clothing for Padel, Paddle Tennis and Tennis. Take advantadge to the special opening discount of 10% adding this Code until July 10TH. 3TFZPAP9
Most rackets range between 355gr. and 395gr. A light racket would be between 355 gr and 375gr. A heavy racket would range 375gr to 395gr.
Lighter rackets are suitable for beginners and women as they are easier to handle.
Thickness of the racket:
Most rackets range 36mm to 38mm. Advanced players should use thicker rackets to hit the ball harder. For beginners it is recommended thinner rackets because they are easier to use.
Materials of the racket:
Most of the frame of the racket is made of fiberglass or carbon. The face may contain kevlar. Carbon and kevlar are introduced to some higher end rackets to make them extra resistant to shocks and accidents. The face of a padel racket is usually made of soft materials (foam) or hard materials (eva). A high-density, also known as firm core, the racket provides more power. A low density, also known as soft core, the racket provides more control. A soft core paddle also provides more comfort and is a better choice for a player with tennis elbow. To choose the right one remains a personal choice.
We will very soon be able to play Padel in California.
How will you feel inside the Court?
Once you try it you will want to comeback. Perfect combination of Tennis, Paddle Tennis and Squash. Great for racket lovers and new players. Most players get the grasp of it within 20 minutes of playing.
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Why is everybody talking about Padel?
Padel is the fastest growing racquet sport in the world! It is played in more than 20 countries (Spain, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, UK, France, Italy, Australia, China, United States, United Arab Emirates and many more).
It is a combination of tennis and racquetball: – the scoring is the same as tennis – you use a ball very similar to tennis – you can use the walls much like racquetball As opposed to tennis, you play with a paddle (a shorter racquet made of foam, with wholes and up to 38 mm thick). Most padel courts are outdoors (court dimensions: 66 by 33 feet) with artificial grass/turf as the dominant playing surface.