A backyard with a trampoline and a fence.

STep 1 - Site Inspection

What to expect with DreamCourts

We know that the process around your DreamCourt is a special one, that’s why we take the time to make sure each customer has a dream experience. From start to finish you will see why choosing DreamCourts is the only choice when it comes to your home court.

After your initial discussion with our design team, we understand your space and requirements with a dedicated site inspector who will be able to guide you through your DreamCourt journey.

step 2 - court designed and approved

We Virtually Design Your DreamCourt

After discussing with our Site Inspectors or Design Team, we go away and get your court designed in either a 2d or 3d render. This allows you to see the design of your court, sizings, colours, logos and more before approving the design.

Work together with you to get your DreamCourt to be perfect, going through any revisions that may be needed.

A blue basketball court with a basketball hoop.
A drawing of a table with measurements on it.

step 3 - Civil works

DreamCourts Complete or Assist in Concrete Work

We are dedicated to making your court easy, this is why we can complete the civil works for you using our network of contractors who are trusted and tested, or we are able to supply you with detailed concrete plans for you to provide with your concreters to ensure they have the correct specs for your DreamCourt.

We recommend using our crews as they do hundreds of court slabs a year, they have the knowledge and experience to undertake all jobs.

step 4 - court, Hoop & Netting Installed

You have a DreamCourt!

All the planning, prep work and waiting has been done, now the Dream Team get to work, carefully bringing your dream to life. Your court is laid, whether it is tiles, acyrlic or synthetic, followed by any accessories such as Hoops, Tennis/Pickleball Nets, and containement netting.

Once laid the team line mark your court to match your design, whether that includes multiple sports or logos, the team are diligent and use industry leading paint to finish off your project.

The team leave and then you can take your photos and share with friends and family, we know it will be hard not to show off your new DreamCourt.

Blue basketball court in a residential backyard

Key Benefits

Why Choose DreamCourts for Installation?

Our product can be done DIY, but using us also has some handy benefits. See why you should choose DreamCourts to install your court.

Easy Process

When using DreamCourts all you need to do is decide on size and design. We do the rest, we can arrange civils and ensure the project is completed to the DreamCourts standard.

Easy Process

When using DreamCourts all you need to do is decide on size and design. We do the rest, we can arrange civils and ensure the project is completed to the DreamCourts standard.

Relax and Play

No need to arrange friends to help install, all you need to do is get the food ready for when all your friends come over to play on your completed court.

On-Time Delivery

We work with all elements of the process to ensure your court is delivered on time, communicating any issues, setbacks or delays that may occur in the process so you are always informed.

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Design your court using our online tool

Bring your court dreams to life using our online court designing tool. This tool gives you the chance to look for design inspiration, before talking to our team!

Residential Courts

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the size of a regulation Basketball Court?

A regulation size basketball court depends on the sporting body that you are conforming to. A FIBA/NBL court is 28m x 15m, while a regulation NBA court is 28.65m x 15.24m.

Can I install the court myself?

Of Course! Installing our courts are not a hard process, we offer great installation guides to ensure you can tackle the job and be happy with the results.

What makes your tiles different to others on the market?

Our Tiles have been developed over years of experience to continue and push the boundaries of what is possible. We have used our learned experiences both in the environment and also product, to work toward having the best tile on the market. Our Quad Section tile is market innovating and is proved to reduce cupping seen on other single section tiles on the market.

What size court can I get?

At DreamCourts we pride ourselves on creating your dream space in the area you have available. This means the answer is ANY SIZE! We are able to make courts large or small, and all sizes in between.

Can I use my own trades?

Of Course! We recommend using DreamCourts trades as they have completed hundreds of courts and understand how to prep for our court. When using your own trades you need to be on top of the project management, and any mistakes incur costs.

What is Cupping?

Cupping is when the tile keeps its original shape properties on the perimeter of the tile, but through the middle it sees the tile sag. This creates a cup like profile, where you can see and feel the dip in the tiles. Often this occurs on the entire court which becomes unsafe, annoying and drastically reduces the playing performance.

Is my space too small?

DreamCourts can be in any space, as long as you have enough room to shoot around, you have enough space for a court!

Can I make changes to my design during the process?

Absolutely, you are able to make changes to your design up until the point you pay your deposit. Our team will facilitate you to make these design changes to make sure you are happy.

What is your warranty?

Our warranty on tile is 10 Year on the Elite Pro range and 15 Years on our Elite X range. Perfect to give you peace of mind.

What is a Standard Key Width?

Standard Key Width follows the same formula as Court Sizing. A FIBA/NBL Key is 4.9m wide while an NBA key is 4.88m wide.

Does DIY Installation void warranty?

No, as long as you install the Hoop and Court according to the install guides, your product will be covered under warranty. Barring any misuse or warranty conditions.

Do your tiles really play like timber courts?

Our tile has been tested to perform at 98% compared to timber. This gives you are great training and playing environment that can be translated to your playing environment.

What is the standard length of the Free Throw Line?

When making a Basketball Court at home, the most important measurement in a Key is the Foul Line. This measurement is important as it means you are getting the right practice when at home and working on your Foul Shots. A FIBA/NBL Foul Line is 4.6m from the backboard, while an NBA Foul Line is 4.57m from the backboard.

Are more silicone shock pads better then less?

Not always! Our tiles strategically have less silicone pads compared to our competitors due to our innovative quad section design. We researched and tested to find a sweet spot for silicone pads where we did not see any reduction in shock absorption, but where it also gave us the ability to have the flexible sections where we have removed some silicone pads, this gives the tile more chance to flex naturally with your ankle movements.

What is the standard length for a 3 point line?

A standard 3 point line in FIBA/NBL is 6.75m from the Basket and 6.6m in the corner, while a standard NBA 3 point line is 7.24m from the Basket and 6.7m in the corner.

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