Why do you want your own batting cage?
The best part of owning your own batting cage is that you will have easy access to a safe place for your kid to practice. You don’t have to search for the batting cage, schedule the time slots, or drive to the batting cage anymore.
The average cost of renting a batting cage is around $30 to $50 per hour depending on where you live. That cost and gas money adds up very quickly. With your own batting cage in the backyard, you can save a lot of money in the long run! Things can get even better if there are more baseball-loving kids around the neighborhood to share the cost.
Chamgoal Batting Cage can give you what you need in a batting cage
With the help of adjustable rope stakes and ground pegs, our batting cage can withstand normal weather like moderate rain and wind so that you can leave it outside for the most part during the baseball season. The adjustable rope stakes will give tension to the structure to hold during your practice and bad weather and the ground pegs will lock the batting cage in place.
Durable structure and Net quality
With fibre-reinforced polymer structure, the polyester netting and the webbing straps that holds the bottom of the batting cage, the main structure of the batting cage is made of durable materials that are design to hold together. Baseball will be trapped inside with its 1-inch mesh size and this is even suitable for golf practice to minimize any odd flyers. The net itself is made of 4-strand 1'' Tetoron knotless high-strength yarn net, and Oxford cloth. It’s designed to take some beating so you don’t have to worry about your property getting damaged.
Portability will not be the biggest downfall or upside for something like a batting cage. However, in the off chance that you need to move it around, our batting cage can be packed into a reasonable size and transported easily. A more compacted package size mean our batting cage are easier to store during the off-season.
All in all, your family or your team can enjoy some intense practice with the Chamgoal Batting Cage!