- 1 How do you attach a basketball backboard to a garage roof?
- 2 Where do you mount a basketball hoop?
- 3 How do you attach a basketball backboard to the wall?
- 4 How do you attach a basketball hoop to a brick wall?
- 5 How deep should you dig for a basketball hoop?
- 6 How many bags of concrete do I need for an inground basketball hoop?
- 7 How much does it cost to install an inground basketball hoop?
- 8 What kind of cement is used for basketball hoops?
- 9 Can you dunk on a goaliath hoop?
- 10 How long should concrete cure a basketball hoop?
How do you attach a basketball backboard to a garage roof?
If mounting on a roof, locate one of the roof studs (using a stud finder if necessary). Attach the mounting bracket of the backboard to one of those studs. Use a pencil or marker to mark the holes into which you will drill the bolts into the studs.
Where do you mount a basketball hoop?
The most popular location for any basketball hoop is in a flat driveway. Be sure to consult your homeowner’s association and local laws, since some neighborhoods and ordinances do not allow goals in the driveway.
How do you attach a basketball backboard to the wall?
If you are attaching it directly to a wall, use the pre-drilled holes in the backboard to drill it into the wall. Screws must be inserted into the holes and tightened using a drill. A screwdriver may be substituted for a drill. Attach the net to the basketball hoop.
How do you attach a basketball hoop to a brick wall?
- Hang two 3 ft. long 1×4’s on the inside of the garage securing them into studs using screws, and then running the bolts from the outside through the brick and the 1×4’s.
- Cut out the sheetrock to expose the studs. Run the bolts (3/8″) through the brick & studs.
- Hang two appx. 3 ft.
How deep should you dig for a basketball hoop?
Dig A Hole
This will provide stability to your basketball hoop. You can dig by hand with a shovel, or use an auger or other digging equipment. The hole should be 48″ to 50″ (1.2 m – 1.3 m) deep and 16-18″ (0.4 m – 0.5 m).
How many bags of concrete do I need for an inground basketball hoop?
The recommended hole size is 16 inches in diameter and 48 inches deep. You will need eleven 80-lb bags of concrete for the installation.
How much does it cost to install an inground basketball hoop?
On average, installation will cost around $450.00 for an in-ground system if you have it professionally installed. This includes two trips, labor and materials. Roof and wall mounted basketball systems will cost less because there are no material costs and assembly can be done in only one trip (no concrete).
What kind of cement is used for basketball hoops?
If you have a specific mix you’re looking for, then great, you already know what to get. However, if you’re simply trying to follow the instructions for your hoop, your standard ‘High-Strength’ mix will do just fine. Goalrilla recommends purchasing 12-13 bags of Quikrete concrete mix.
Can you dunk on a goaliath hoop?
One-piece pole – The Goaliath utilizes a two piece pole system vs. the Goalrilla one piece pole system. A two piece pole system does not allow for dunking or aggressive play.
How long should concrete cure a basketball hoop?
Allow the concrete to set for at least 72 hours before installing the rest of the system onto the bottom pole. In humid climates or wet weather, allow additional time for the concrete to cure. Do not proceed until the curing process is complete.