The best backyard pickleball courts.

We create the world’s most playable and fun pickleball courts for your yard.

Pickleball Court Installation

Build your dream backyard pickleball court.

With 100+ pickleball court builds in the last 3 years, your dream court will come alive. From colors to lighting to fencing and even retention, we build to your specifications.

Yard before pickleball court is installed Picture of a pickleball court with boundary fence
Why choose Pickleball Court Experts
Experienced Installers

Experienced crew who minimizes the invasion of your yard during the construction process.

Expert Consulting

From start to finish, Pickleball Court Experts manages all the vendors to create your dream court.

Long-Lasting Materials

Post-tension concrete installation is the only cement procedure to ensure the best pickleball courts in the world.

Satisfaction Guarantee

We are avid pickleball players. We want you to be happy. If you are not completely satisfied, we will come back again and again to get the job right.

A pickleball court with no net and new surface paint

Resurfacing & Renovations

Pickleball Court Resurfacing, Repair, or Renovate.

Repair surface cracks and puddling problems, resurface for longevity and durability or reconstruct your existing court to like-new condition.


We have built over 100+ courts in the last 3 years. We love how customized they all turn out. Here are just a few. Click on the image to zoom.

Frequently Asked Questions

PB Court Experts recommends a minimum 30′ x 60′ space. This is the absolute smallest footprint for a competitive court. However, if you have the space to extend the width or depth, we recommend doing so. Every few feet extra space enhances your pickleball experience.

Cost is variable based on concrete slab size, extraction, lighting, and fence height. However, most post tension courts with all the bells and whistles range from the low $40k range to mid $55k.

Pickleball courts vary in construction time based on the needs of the individual house. The prep work, landscaping, time of year, and curing period are all factors. We aim to complete a court in 6-8 weeks from the time of the initial consultation with ideal working temperatures.

Although concrete can be poured in winter temperatures, we recommend that the painting of the court should occur when 3 days of consecutive 70+ degree temperatures are available. The typical curing time frame of the cement is around 28 days. 

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