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Basketball Goal Installation In Your Area

Installing a basketball hoop is a great way to make your driveway more fun, but installation can be a challenge. Standalone hoops need to be properly assembled and weighted. Wall-mounted models can be dangerous without the right supports. To ensure the job is done right, find a basketball goal installation company near you.

Professional installers can ensure that your next game is safer. If you want an in-ground hoop that can withstand dunking practice, look for an expert who can bolt it deep into the ground. Pros also know how to secure wall-mounted hoops to most structures with minimal impact to your siding - whether it's on your home or on a detached garage or workshop. When you find a local contractor, they can even take into account your area's weather so that portable hoops, for example, can be weighted against the wind.

New basketball goals should be fun, not a chore. Enter your zip code and HomeAdvisor will find basketball hoop installation services in your area who can move you closer to practice and pick-up games at home.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to get a basketball hoop installed?

The average cost to assemble a basketball hoop is about $450 for an inground model. 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.

How long does it take to assemble a basketball hoop?

Professional hoop installation typically takes about 2 to 4 hours depending on the difficulty of the ground and the state of your property. The concrete needs 2 to 3 days to harden before using the hoop. Assembling an inground hoop yourself takes between 2 and 6 hours depending on your experience with handling concrete and digging equipment.

How much space do I need for a basketball hoop?

The hoop itself takes up minimal space, but you'll want to keep a few distances in mind as you plan its placement:

  • Free throw line: 15 feet in front of the hoop
  • High school 3-point line: 19 feet, 9 inches in a semi-circle around the hoop
  • NBA 3-point line: 23 feet, 9 inches in a semi-circle
  • Half court line: 47 feet in front of the hoop

You'll also need at least 5 feet behind the hoop for any loose balls and runway.

What questions should I ask basketball hoop installers?

  • Do you have active insurance?
  • What all does your assembly quote cover?
  • Do you offer a warranty for your work?
  • What do you need from me before you start work?
  • When can you get started, and how long will you need?
  • Will you clean up after project completion?