Believe it or not, it is possible to be Canadian and hate winter. We are not being facetious when they say this; the Americans seem to think we all love ice and snow, which is why we live up here. True, there is a significant number of Canadians who do dig skiing and snowboarding and hockey, but a lot of us do not. We prefer sports played in warmer weather, which is why the coming of winter can be especially depressing for some people.
Fortunately, there is a way to get around all that ice and snow thanks to an air dome structure for sports. These structures are increasingly popular and there is a very good possibility that you have seen one in your travels. However, you might not have known that these air-supported structures can be used for sporting activities.
Installing such a dome does require some planning and things like land preparation and permits, but they are not nearly as involved as what one faces when building a regular structure. If you are interested in adding an indoor tennis court to your community, the first step is to determine the cost to a build a tennis course bubble. Once that is ascertained, the manufacturer will work with you to determine the best location and help you to perform whatever land preparation is required.
Also, most manufacturers will help you to do the research and paperwork involved in obtaining the required land and building permits, as well as the financials involved in purchasing the building materials.
Construction on domes generally starts in the spring so that they are ready by the fall at the latest. That way, your community can play tennis and other outdoor sports while it’s warm and then have the dome ready to host such events when it is no longer hospitable outside.