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Game Court Markings-game lines/ logos, banners, symbols emblems for Maple and Beach hardwood floors and VCT vinyl Gymnasium flooring surfaces
We can provide you with simple logo or team emblem graphing and painting
Repainting and or touch ups as part of the refinishing by recoating process.
Team Banners along the ends of your gymnasium viewable from the bleachers
Custom White Jumping marks
Game Lines - Court marking- Court lining - Painting
This Service Is Available Province
Wide For Your Convenience.
In two unique styles, Single layout or
OVERLAID game court markings
Full warrantees up to four years
The GAMES PEOPLE PLAY
INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC (FIBA)
Federation of international Basket ball Association)
Our Best Gymnasium Hardwood floor coatings:|
RJC Moisture Cured Urethane
LOW VOC Moisture Cured Urethane
Alternative Commercial Waterborne 2 component
Bona™ super sport
Basic Coatings™ Stree shoe
RJC™ moisture cured urethane
Basic Coatings™ Street Shoe™
Gymnasium Glitsa™ MAX
Bona sport poly
Johnson Diversy Magee,
Also see Suggestions for Laying Out a Pickle ball Court
A.1. The court shall be a rectangle 20 feet wide (6.10 m) and 44 feet long (13.41 m) for both singles and doubles matches. See Figure 2-1.B. Lines and Areas. The lines and areas of the standard pickle ball court are:
A.2. A total playing area 30 feet wide (9.14 m) and 60 feet long (18.28 m) is the minimum size that is recommended. A total size of 34 feet by 64 feet is preferred.
A.3. Court measurements shall be made to the outside of the lines. The lines should be 2 inches (5.1 cm) in width and the same color, clearly contrasting with the color of the court surface.
B.1. Baselines. The lines parallel to the net at each end of the court are the baselines.C. Net Specifications.
B.2. Sidelines. The lines perpendicular to the net on each side of the court are the sidelines.
B.3. Non-Volley Lines. The lines on each side of the net between the sidelines that are parallel to the net are the non-volley lines. These lines are located 7 feet (2.13m) from the net.
B.4. Non-Volley Zones. The zones on each side of the net between the non-volley lines and the net are the non-volley zones.
B.5. Centerlines. The lines on each side of the net bisecting the non-volley lines and the baselines are the centerlines.
B.6. Service Areas. The intersections of the non-volley zone line, the centerline and the baseline create two service areas, the left service area and the right service area.
C.1. Material. The net may be made of any netted material.
C.2. Net Size. The net length shall be at least 20 feet (6.1 m) extending from one sideline to the other. The net width shall be at least 2? feet (.8 m).
C.3. Mesh Size. The net? mesh size must be sufficiently small to prevent a ball from passing through it.
C.4. Height. The net shall be suspended over the center of the court and shall be 36 inches (.914 m) high at the sidelines and 34 inches (.86 m) high at the center of the court.
C.5. Center Strap. A center strap may be placed at the center of the net to enable easy adjustment to the 34 in. (.86 cm) requirement at center.
C.6. Net Edge. The top of the net should be edged with a 2 inch (5 cm) white binding over a cord or cable running through the binding. This binding must rest upon the cord or cable.
C.7. Posts. Net posts should be placed outside the sidelines. Recommended height of the post is 36 inches (.914 m) and recommended placement is 12 inches (30.48cm) from the sideline.
AHF-Allhardwoodfloor Ltd is a great place to obtain information or contract game court marking services for game court marking lay out and painting with the various types of paint color formulations
Benjamin Moore's industrial line of paints with a polyamide epoxy coating which is a two component paint and the Benjamin Moore's urethane alkyd enamel
If you are in need of putting down a game line or court marking over the VCT ( vinyl composite tile) then you will require a paint which can stretch with the movement of the Vinyl floor surface
so we use SFC or Super flexible coating additive and another paint manufacture of this is ENDURA(TM ) a two component paint and a two component primer
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