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3 Tips For Buying A Tennis Court

When you want to take the time to add some fitness to your life, tennis is a great sport to embrace. It can be an individual or team sport, is great for your cardio, and is such a skilled endeavor that you can keep improving upon. Perhaps you have a kid that is embracing tennis and wants to get better and play at a high level. Either way, there are a number of things you can do to perfect your skills and ramp up your fitness -- including buying and installing your own tennis court. If this is something that you'd like to explore, read on and follow these strategies. 

#1: Understand why having access to a tennis court can be advantageous

If you'd like to get as good as you can at tennis, or pass this ability on to your kids, you have to remember that access and practice are everything. When you have a tennis court right in your backyard, there's no reason that you wouldn't be able to get in all of the practice that you need. Whether you or your kids have Wimbledon dreams, or you just love to play tennis, there are a lot of health benefits to playing. For instance, it's great for your heart, will make you more athletic, improves your strength, and allows you to be more agile for the rest of your life. 

#2: Find the help of some tennis court builders 

Once you know that you want to own a tennis court, start reaching out to some contractors that can help you out. Owning a tennis court lets you maximize on the amount of practice that you can put in, improves your ability to build family togetherness and entertain company, and can exponentially build your property values. You will need to speak to a few different tennis court builders that can assist you. 

#3: Arrange your financing and shop around

Finally, you need to pay for your tennis court so that you are able to purchase it and install it. One of these courts can cost you about $65,000 or so and will be a great investment into your home. Speak to a few different professionals to get the best price, and make sure that you speak to lenders that can match you up with whatever financing you need. You'll also want to get a tennis court repair plan to go with it, so your court remains at its best. 

Utilize these tips to buy the tennis court that will serve you. 

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Don't Let Your Basement Become Wasted Space

My wife and I recently had a new home built, and while we had few stressful decisions to make, we greatly enjoyed the process and love our new home. Due to budget concerns, we decided to leave our basement unfinished at first. We figured that since we have so much "stuff" that we need to store, like off-season clothing and seasonal decorations, we would just use it for storage. However, we soon regretted not having it finished and felt like we had "wasted space" in our new house that wasn't being put to good use. We turned it into a "mini apartment" with its own entrance that we now rent out to a friend for a little extra income. I love sharing what we learned during the home building process, so I am excited to share our experiences and tips on our new blog! Come back for more construction tips!

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