Let’s Talk About Gussets, Moving and J-bolts

By Courts & Greens - August 16th, 2017 in Service

hoops by Courts and Greens in Bakersfield

No Reason For Durability If You Can’t Take It With You.

noun: gusset; plural noun: gussets

  1. a piece of material sewn into a garment to strengthen or enlarge a part of it, such as the collar of a shirt or the crotch of an undergarment.
    a bracket strengthening an angle of a structure.

We don’t make clothing or fabrics, so it’s safe to assume when we blog about gussets, we’re talking about the strengthening brackets on the basketball hoops we sell. Yet another reason we build our courts to last. Our design uses 12 or 14 gauge steel plates and welds that make sure your in-ground basketball system doesn’t move until you want it to.

We realize your investment in a premium basketball court isn’t something you’ll make lightly, especially if you’re considering moving. Most in-ground systems are permanent, (that’s why they can also claim extreme durability of their products) and that’s great for one location, but not if you want to take your court with you to your next home. That’s why we design our hoops to be moved with the undoing of a few bolts thanks to our J-bolt anchoring system.

Our J-Bolt Anchor System

It’s what makes our system the last system you’ll ever have to buy, because it’s an investment you can take with you. 4 (or 6) pieces of 1/2” steel rebar mounted in a concrete foundation are all you need to mount our hoops at your next location of choice, and slotted holes on the base plate allow for adjustment so your basketball system is perfectly aligned and upright on your next basketball court or driveway.

All the more reason why Courts & Greens has your bases covered when it comes to choosing a court provider. Don’t just take our word for it, check out some of the other reasons why our hoops are a tier above the competition, with a warranty on our products to back up that kind of talk.