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Outdoor Basketball Court Kits
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Delaney M. from Destrehan, LA wrote...
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  Very Happy!
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George B. from Richland, BC wrote...
Good evening Whitney, Because of you our kids are in love with our back yard. My son would sleep outside if we allowed him to. We finished the yard this past weekend and all four of them ages 13, 10, 8 and 2 have loved every moment. I want to thank you for all your help and support in putting this together. Many many people helped to make this come together and you were a big part of it. Your company is incredibly lucky to have someone as dedicated as you are. I am very sure I made the right decision going with you.
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Erin K. from American Fork, UT wrote...
We are very happy with our purchase of these tiles and Rubber Flooring's price match guarantee. The outdoor Sportcourt tiles seem very durable and once you get the hang of how they snap together, it goes pretty quickly. We laid our 300 tiles over a leveled and compacted gravel area that we had covered with landscaping fabric. To snap the tiles together we had to put a hard board underneath because the gravel didn't provide a solid enough surface. Again, once we developed a system it went together pretty quickly. After getting them snapped together, we used a jigsaw to cut the tiles around the trampoline and remaining edges. That was a lot easier than we thought it would be and actually went fairly quickly. We look forward to a weed-free fun area for our kids for years to come. Sincerely, Erin K
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  GREAT TILE TO ACCOMMODATE OUR SMALL COURT!
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DANA from YORBA LINDA,CA wrote...
We only have a really small space but we still want it look good as a basketball court. Rubber Flooring is the only one I found online that allow us to design exactly what we want, including the size, shape, color, and pattern!! It's amazing!! The tiles look durable and easy to install, and the price is so reasonable! Definitely would recommend it to friends!!
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  Fabulous!
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Chad Cunningham from Auburn, AL wrote...
Attached are two photos of our recent purchase. These tiles are fabulous and serve the needs of our playground well. We have a number of students who are playing four-square and basketball daily on these tiles. Very durable and brilliant colors!
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  Red and blue outdoor halfcourt basketball tiles.
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Gilbert from Rosharon, Tx. Just outside Houston wrote...
Excellent product. Easy to lay out without needing a tools. Once you figure out the layout, the rest is easy. I had some problems with the initial design but it was resolved by customer service. Ty and Omar were excellent. They helped me with returns which was free. I received a box of gray tiles which I didn’t order and fewer edges than ordered. They shipped the missing pieces to me for free. My kids love it and my Facebook page lit up when I posted the pics. The reviews have been excellent !! 5 star product !! I will buy it again and again !!
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  Happy Customer
Danny from Las Vegas, NV wrote...
Here are a few pictures of how your flooring was used at Caesars Palace Las Vegas for a March Madness activation.
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  My Basketball Court
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Kelly Johnson from McConnelsville, OH wrote...
  Great product
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Anonymous from Atlanta wrote...
tiles arrived in a good amount of time and came packaged nicely. They snapped together easily and work great for a small home basketball court!
  Play yard for Ava
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Cynthia Harvey from Modesto, CA wrote...
The tiles were easy to work with and look great. A really nice feature is that they can be walked on bare foot on a sunny day with getting hot and they are not slippery when wet. Good with toddlers who like bare feet and water hoses. Question? I need a few more tiles in each color to complete the project with a couple to spare. Is this possible?
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  Great for covering a well drain - prevent flooding
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Ben from Chicago, IL wrote...
I purchased this because I have an outdoor stairwell going down to my basement door and the drain is always getting covered by leaves which results in water flooding my basement. Even if I clean out the well, all it takes is a few large leaves to block the dome drain cover and I flood. So I placed these tiles across the entire floor and this fall I have had no flooding issues. Even if a bunch of leaves come down during a storm, there is always a way for the water to go beneath the flooring and get to a drain, and after several large storms I have been flood free. While it is very permeable, the holes are also very small, much smaller than the holes in my old drain cover, so it actually prevents less garbage from going down and clogging my drain as well. The tiles are easy enough to cut with a jigsaw so that you can fit them exactly to the space needed. Although you should wear heavy leather gardening gloves to hold them while doing this as it isn't very comfortable to hold the tiles while cutting. It took me maybe an hour to measure, cut, and install the tiles over a 4' x 4' area. While they don't sit flat on the ground due to the floor being gradually sloped down to the drain in the middle, it doesn't present any problems for walking on it, it is flexible enough that your weight just pushes the flooring down to the ground as you step on it. I did order samples of several different types of tiles prior to ordering, and this tile was the most permeable and offered the most unobstructed path beneath the flooring for water to travel. I highly recommend this for anyone who has an outdoor stairwell that they need to clean regularly to prevent flooding.
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  We are very pleased!
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Julia Wharton from Blacksburg, VA wrote...
Please find attached pictures of how we are using our outdoor flooring tiles at St. John Neumann Academy. We designed a new playground for our school and used the tiles for our four square and basketball courts! This was a great alternative to concrete or asphalt and much more economical. We are so pleased with the product and the great customer service.
  Great for my space
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Kevin from Modiin, Israel wrote...
I was looking for a product like this and was very happy when I found it. I did the installation myself which went pretty smoothly. I gave the review a 4 and not a five for one reason. My area was not completely square this meant a lot of cutting tile by tile for it to fit my exact size My kids love playing on the surface. Wound definitely recommend highly.
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Thomas R from Takoma Park, MD wrote...
1. Dig a level area, about 24x20', to a depth of about 4 inches (for the court tiles kit I used, there is also a 30x30 option) https://www.rubberflooringinc.com/int.... Got help digging by an employee of Casa De Maryland https://wearecasa.org/. He also helped with the gravel step later, so I estimate his total labor cost to be about $800-$1000. We have 20 steps to get the gravel up, so if you have a more direct access it will be easier. Be prepared to do something with all the dirt you dig up, we have a 3' high line of dirt along a fenceline right now. 2. Build a wood frame to hold the gravel. We used 4x4s, but 6x6's would be stronger but more costly. the top of the frame should be level all around, and corners square. amount of wood you need depends on slope of your ground. 3 sides of ours was just 1 piece of wood, but another side was where the ground sloped off so we had to build up 3 pieces of wood high there to stay level w other sides. We spent $300 on wood, delivered by TW perry. get pressure treated for outdoor use. (optional step we did not do, rent a rolling compactor from home depot to compact the ground you dug, we used a hand tamper seems fine so far) 3. Fill the frame with gravel, leaving 1″ from the top. Again can rent a compactor when done, but we just wet with the hose and hand tamped. Gravel is $75 a cubic yard (aka a ″scoop″) from Denchfield, we needed about 10 yards. Again, Casa guy did alot of this. There are online calculators to help you figure out your area vs how much gravel you need. $750. 4. Fill the remaining one inch of frame with stone dust. Tamp the stone dust down, it compacts alot so we needed more than the calculator said. We got about 7.5 cu.yards total. Same price and place as gravel, ~$500. We ″Screeded″ the top of the stone dust to make it perfectly level with top of the wood. We may not have tamped down enough in a few spots because there are a few dead dribble spots.. We ended up putting the tiles down, realized we had several dips in the stone dust that led to dead dribble spots, picked up all the tiles and filled in any dips and put tiles down again. Still have 1 or 2 dead spots but it is 90% there. Wondering if I drop stone dust from the top of the tile/deadspot if it will sift through the tile holes and fill the deadspot. Then wet and agitate the tile to settle the dust. Haven't tried bc I ran out of dust. 5. Get the tiles. I know someone that has Versacourt tiles with a rubber pad over the stone dust which is nice, but the pad makes the ball dribble very softly. Versacourt is more expensive. We used this 24x20 kit, $1500: https://www.rubberflooringinc.com/int... 6. Get a hoop. A top of the line in ground hoop is $1500. Someone just gave us a free portable hoop that should last us a couple years before plunking down for a really nice one. A starter hoop is $400.
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  Love it!
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Tracie from Portland, OR wrote...
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  My Backyard Oasis
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Curtis Yoquelet from San Antonio, TX wrote...
  Great "do it yourself" sport court!!!
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Aaron S. from Studio City, CA wrote...
The tiles are incredibly durable, easy to install, easy to take apart. Would recommend the Rubber Flooring company's sport court to anyone. No relation to anyone in the company.
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  Saves a lot of time not driving to gyms!!
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Omar R. from TN wrote...
The court was good far better than the street on rocky driveway we played on. Saves a lot of time not driving to gyms. Would highly suggest getting a sample of the colors that you are interested in. 
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  Great product and great service!
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Greg from Midland Park,NJ wrote...
We are 100% completely satisfied with our outdoor sport court!!! !Incstores made the ordering process simple and easy. The material arrived on time and without any damages. We installed a 30' x 30' basketball court and the performance of the flooring system is perfect.  The installation was extremely easy and I was able to put it together by myself in a fee hours.  Thanks for a.great product and for great service.
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  Looks Great!
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David Slack from Sterling, VA wrote...
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