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Pro Dunk Platinum Basketball in Lititz, PA

Paul and Michelle's family purchased and installed their Pro Dunk Platinum Basketball System outside of their residence. They show several pictures of their construction process of installing their hoop and expanding their asphalt concrete driveway. The playing area is 24 feet wide and 33 feet deep. Their residence is located in Lititz, Pennsylvania.

There is their final results, their Pro Dunk Platinum Basketball System is installed perfectly on the asphalt concrete driveway.

There are young men digging deeper into the ground before they pour the cement into it.

There is he being silly in the ground.

Paul is about to pour the cement into the ground to begin installing their Pro Dunk Platinum Basketball System.

The post is recently installed.

Two young men lay down next to the backboard on the ground.

The next day they begin installing the backboard to the post.

Paul and other young man help each other with installing the adjustable post.

They work together to assemble the backboard to the adjustable post.

During construction they are adding a bigger asphalt concrete driveway for a bigger playing area.

The asphalt concrete driveway looks so much better than the old concrete slab driveway.

They are replacing the old concrete slap driveway with asphalt concrete blacktop.

There are two boys who begin digging the ground during construction.
More information about Michelle's Photos
Court Width 24 Feet
Court Depth 33 Feet
Product Pro Dunk Platinum Basketball System
Order Date July 2012
Customer Michelle P
Location Lititz, PA
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Asphalt Concrete Blacktop
Some great photos of what can be done using blacktop (a.k.a. asphalt concrete or pavement) existing and new.
Photos of basketball goals utilizing the driveway as a great playing area.
Driveway Or Patio Extension
Great examples of how our customers have poured a little extra concrete or put down some blacktop to extended their driveway or patio to create a wonderful basketball court for their family.
During Construction
Photos of what your court might look like under construction including mostly portland bound concrete slabs.
Staff picked photos showing family fun on a home basketball court and visual representations of common questions.
Front Yard
Basketball playing areas in our customer's front yards including mostly driveway applications.
Get ideas for your home basketball court by browsing through this huge selection of neighborhood hoops.
If you're looking for a reason to buy a new basketball hoop, take a look at all the family fun you could be having with these great action shots.
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