Receive 1 free at-home basketball lesson from Houston's finest professional basketball instructor Brandon Pierce
with the purchase of any of our HOOPS basketball systems (limited time offer).
You will receive a complete padding set which has a value of over $300.00 with this basketball system for
free. This includes the backboard, pole and gusset padding. Make sure your family is safe and make your
basketball hoop look professional with this great offer.
One call A lifetime of basketball
The experts at Hoops have been designing, manufacturing and installing premium residential
basketball equipment for over twenty years in the Houston area. Our expert basketball
consultants are standing by ready to schedule your installation.
Pro Dunk® and Hercules systems are installed in two trips over approximately 3 days.
Day 1: Hoops crew pours your steel reinforced concrete pier (~1 hour).
Note: If the position of your system is marked it is not necessary that anybody
be present although we do ask that the decision maker be available via phone
in case any questions should arise during installation.
Day 2: Allow pier to dry
Day 3: Hoops crew installs your system and it is ready for play (~1 hour).
Eliminate corrosion with Pro Dunk®'s exclusive industry leading Rust Armor™ package
You'll receive upgraded stainless steel nuts bolts and washers that will not rust. Also each piece
of steel will be hot-dip galvanized coating it in a impermeable, tenacious, insoluble layer of zinc
carbonate protecting it from the corrosive humid Houston weather.
While both are clear, that's where the similarities stop.
In most cases tempered glass is the preferred backboard material
because it has superior performance characteristics and is more
durable over time. Acrylic is lighter rustling in a 30% reduction
in rebound response. It is also softer which allows for scratching
that will give the board a dull look.
Acrylic is the material of choice is you are concerned about
vandalism. Tempered glass will break into several small pieces
if somebody were to throw a brick at it where as acrylic might