How much does it cost to build a ball court cover?
Ball court covers are great community investments; allowing people to play and exercise year-round.
But how much would it cost to build a court cover? Exact figures differ (you can get an exact quote in 24 hours here), but below is an estimate of the different price ranges you can expect to pay.
Smaller projects include things like covers for playgrounds, rather than entire ball court covers.
Small projects could be as large as 12m x 24m.
Cost range: $10,000 – $30,000
Medium covers include full-sized ball court covers, ranging in size up to 30m x 23m.
Cost range: $30,000 – $90,000
Large projects often cover multiple courts. These projects are often built by schools and large recreation centres. They range in size up to 48m x 43m.
Cost range: $90,000 – $300,000
Cost to Build A Storage Shed
The average storage shed costs $54,448 and is roughly 20m x 11m x 5m.
The range of costs is high, with small storage sheds costing as little as $10,000 and bulk storage sheds costing over $500,000.
Because storage sheds can vary so widely, it’s highly recommended that you request a quote for an accurate estimate.
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Japanese racehorse Buchiko has developed a huge following with fans all over the world – but not because of how she’s been performing as a racehorse. Her popularity comes down to her unique and rare coat.
Buchiko has an interesting heritage: her father is American hall-of-famer Sunday Silence and her mother is the completely-white Shiryukihime (which means snow white). Despite both horses having had successful racing careers, it’s their offspring’s coat that is drawing attention worldwide.
‘Buchiko’ is a Japanese name that means ‘dappled child’ – a reference to the patterns that have made her famous. The spotted coat that has inspired so much adoration is a rare genetic result of her parents. When Buchiko races, she is recorded as a ‘white’ horse but her gaining popular suggestions she much more than that.