- Outdoor Basketball Court Flooring
- Backboard Overhang Illustrated at 2 ft.
- Painted Lines and Edges Included
- Popular 20′ 5″ x 24′ 5″ Half-Court
Outdoor Basketball Court Floor, 20×24, Kit
ModuTile 20×24 Outdoor basketball Court Floor starter kit is made for indoor or outdoor use. The court measures 20′ 5″ x 24′ 5″ including the ramp edging. The lines are painted to a standard high school basketball court dimension. Made to be a DIY project, this outdoor court is constructed using the 12 x 12-inch Interlocking perforated sport tiles. With a wide variety of color combinations available, you could have the basketball court of your dreams in your backyard.
- Durable UV Stable Material
- Traction Control
- Mold resistant
- Basketball Court Floor Lines
- DIY Installation
- Custom Sizes Available
- Easy to Clean
- Proudly made in the USA
Durable UV Stable Material
The Perforated tile used to create this basketball court floor is manufactured with high-impact polypropylene, making the product rigid, firm, and strong enough to support extreme weights without damaging the material. They are also UV stable made for direct sunlight exposure. The basketball court will cover the concrete evenly, despite any small imperfections. The Outdoor Basketball Court Floor is intended to be installed over concrete or other hard surfaces. It is not advised to install this product over grass, mulch, or other soft surfaces.
Traction Control Sport Surface
This unique basketball court includes small, elevated features which enhance grip. Because of this feature, extra traction control is provided to prevent slipping while being active on top of the court.
Mold Resistant Basketball Tiles
The Outdoor Basketball Court’s perforated surface of the individual tiles used to create this product allows plenty of ventilation for humidity and moisture. Underneath each of these tiles, there also lies a grid structure that provides additional air and water flow. These attributes, along with the mold-resisting polypropylene material, were intentionally engineered to prevent microorganisms from developing on the tile.
Basketball Court Floor Lines
Our basketball court floor kits are painted based on high-school standards (custom painted by request). Please see images showing the floor court lines. Because the backboard is the main point of reference to where the lines end up, this basketball court floor kit may not be suitable for your particular slab. You may need additional tiles to accommodate the size of your concrete slab.
The most common issue when deciding how to lay out your floor has to do with the distance from the backboard to the baseline. A standard court would have an additional 4-ft behind the backboard to the baseline. However, because most home basketball court floors do not have the room, this basketball court kit only has 2-ft from baseline to backboard.
An additional issue has to do with your baseline dimensions. If the baseline has an odd measurement (ex. 27-ft), please let us know if you would prefer the key to be smaller than standard (11-ft), or whether you prefer to reduce the baseline dimensions by one ft. (ex. 26-ft) in order to center the lines. For small courts, most people will reduce the size of the key. For courts larger than 26-ft, leaving a gap at the end of the court is usually a better option. Of course, if we do not have a kit that accommodates the size of your basketball concrete slab, we can custom paint the lines for you.
DIY Basketball Floor Installation
This “Do It Yourself” basketball court floor does not require professional installation. One of the many benefits about the DIY Outdoor Basketball Court is that installation can be done with your own bare hands. Because of the tile’s four Loop-to-Peg Interlocking System, the tiles snap together with a single downward push, very similar to piecing together a puzzle. As you can see, the basketball floor installation is simple. Similarly, disassembling the flooring is just as easy.
TIP: Although not required, you may wish to use a small plastic mallet and knee pads to further ease the installation process.
Custom Basketball Floor Sizes Available
The above Outdoor Basketball Court Floor kits are created to measure 20 x 24 ft., but options are not limited to just this one dimension. You are welcome to contact us via email or telephone with your custom basketball court size. We can create any custom size with a 3 to 5-day turnaround time. For other ready kit sizes, please visit our “Backyard Basketball Court Flooring” page.
For custom court request, we will need the following information from you.
- Overall dimensions of the concrete slab.
- Distance from baseline to the backboard.
- Preference on odd baseline issue solution: Key to 11-ft or reduced baseline dimension?
Please note that the distance from the free throw line is 15-ft from the backboard and the three-point line is 21-ft from the backboard. By request, we can accommodate the lines to fit your concrete slab dimensions and needs. If your concrete slab is large enough, we can also paint the lines based on Mens College NCAA Basketball Court Dimensions.
How to Clean Backyard Basketball Court
The mesh surface of the court leaves small holes for liquid spills to drain down to the base floor and then through the grid structure underneath, making liquids hardly an issue with cleaning. However, if sticky debris remains on the tile, it is advised to rinse off your court. Unlike an indoor basketball court, the web-like design of the Outdoor Basketball Court Flooring generally requires only one type of cleaning method: hosing it down. Clean regularly for the best appearance. Routine cleaning will enhance the life of the flooring.
|Kit Floor Size|| |
20' 5" x 24' 5" (not including 1-inch expansion)
|Surface Pattern|| |
Mesh – Perforated w/ Anti-Slip Resistance
|Special Features|| |
Indoor, Outdoor, Modular Locking System, UV Stable, Water Flow
Rigid – High-Impact Polypropylene
|Product Category|| |
Basketball Courts, All Sport Flooring
|Installation Type|| |
DIY (Do-it-yourself), Loop-to-peg Interlocking System, Floating Floor – Glue NOT required, May Require Anchoring