Everyone has heard the phrase; “The three most important things in real estate are location, location, location.” Well in this business location is important, but in the beginning the phase should be; “The three most important things when building a sports facility are money, money, money.” The first “money” relates to the site acquisition, as in should I buy or lease, build to suit or convert?The second “money” relates to capital equipment, how much should I spend and do I buy or lease?
Once you open, our training aids, batting cages, pitching machines, protective screens and team equipment will ensure the best experience for your athletes.
Perfection is our goal, but if for any reason you are unsatisfied with our work or any of our products we will make it right.
Rinks, fields, turf, courts, all cost money, and this is the second area I see many people get in trouble with.
In the beginning you have to be as frugal as possible without sacrificing too much on quality.
On Deck Sports has worked with over 1,000 indoor sports facilities, indoor batting cage facilities and multi-sports complexes to provide them a customized indoor facility plan.
Indoor Sports Facility Business Plan
Our experts have helped facility owners take their ideas from concept to completion.
On Deck Sports has been in business since 2001 because of our reputation for quality work and customer satisfaction.
We understand the enormity of your project and will be your partner in every aspect Put your trust in a partner who has worked with over a thousand other customers just like you.
” If the answer is “no”, which in most cases it is, then you don’t need it.
Don’t get carried away by the bright shiny objects and flashy details, there will be plenty of time to upgrade later, besides you need that cash for the next “money” item.