Installation of Poles for Batting Cage Nets When deciding on the netting to buy for your little league, high school or indoor facility, the important thing to consider the weight of the net. The importance of this cannot be underestimated or you will end up with an installation from hell. Make sure everything is in place and don’t rush for time unless you are looking for mistakes and problems.
The first thing to consider would be to identify the size of baseball batting cage you want to install. Next would be to calculate the weight on the batting cage of that size. Nets of America can help you at this link: http://netsofamerica.com/index.php?main_page=page_4&category=baseball After getting the weight info, make sure the poles you are using to hang up the custom baseball batting cages up are sturdy and thick enough to bear the weight. Depending on the height of the netting, make sure you have at least three feet in the ground surrounded with concrete. Allow the concrete to dry for a full day. The following day, run your cable and hardware then attach the nets. Depending on the job, expect three for four days on completion of the whole job.
Baseball batting cage installation jobs seem like a breeze on paper but however on the contrary be prepared to put hard labor into it and get in the grind for a few days. At the end of the day, one must consider whether to do it yourself or pay the pros to complete the job for you. Contact us at Nets of America inc. for your next installation job. Our twelve years of doing countless netting installation jobs will prove a wise move in doing it right the first time.