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What Kind of Batting Cage Net Do I Need?

What Kind of Batting Cage Net Do I Need? There are just three factors to consider when determining what kind of batting cage net material you need. What material the net is made of and how thick it is. Whether the net will be used indoors or outdoors. The age of your players and how […]

Baseball Nets – Buyer’s Guide

Baseball nets come in a variety of shapes & sizes, used for many different purposes. The key to remember before you buy is that not all baseball nets are created equal, despite appearing the same on the surface. Unfortunately there is a large amount of low quality netting in the market – some vendors are [...]

Hitting Cages for Baseball, Softball, Golf or Cricket

Hitting cages are becoming more popular for a variety of sports – from baseball & softball, to cricket & golf. Practice Sports can custom build the ideal hitting cage to fit your application perfectly. Whether it’s in your garage, basement, backyard, shed, barn, or commercial training facility – our builders have the experience to design [...]

Indoor Ceiling Barrier Netting – How to Order / Measure

Ordering the correct size netting panel for proper coverage can be tricky. It’s critical to measure correctly, and consider any angles that may require extra netting. Yes it’s time to brush off that dusty book of knowledge from high-school geometry you thought you would never use in real life!Remember the Pythagorean Theorem? Of course you [...]
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Ordering the Right Netting Mesh Size (to SAFELY contain balls)

Okay, this can make or break your netting (or windows), so please read carefully. Sports netting comes in a variety of “mesh sizes”. Mesh size means the size of the openings. The smaller the opening, the more material required to build the net, so consequently the price increases. If you’re on a tight budget, it’s [...]

Batting Cage Nets – Insider’s Review

Here are Battingnets.com, we have sold netting for several manufacturers for over 13 years. We are one of the highest volume batting cage net distributors in the country, with thousands of nets sold since 2001. This has given us an insider’s perspective on the pros & cons of different netting types. Typical Finished Batting Cage [...]

How to Buy Custom Sports Netting

With the Custom Net Calculator from Practice Sports, we’ve made it easier than ever to buy custom sports netting. The first step to building a net is to select your mesh size. Your mesh size will depend on the sport that you’re creating your custom netting for. Baseball and softball, for example, requires a mesh [...]

Fire Retardant Mesh – Sports Netting & Batting Cages

The majority of netting in the marketplace is not naturally fire retardant. Due to accidents and increased regulation by local Fire Marshals, fire codes for batting cage and other sports facilities using netting are becoming more strict for products that will hang/drape inside a building, which may obstruct exit and/or may cause the fire to [...]

Batting Cage Net Review & Buyer’s Guide

Since 2001 our main focus at Practice Sports has always been batting cage nets. With so many manufacturers now supplying batting cage netting, purchasing a net can be a confusing process. We’re here to make that process much easier with our batting cage net buyer's guide. Batting Cage Net Buyer's Guide There are three main [...]

Custom Barrier & Backstop Netting: What You Should Know

Custom Barrier & Backstop Net Guide Dimensions When building a custom barrier or backstop net, you first need to determine your dimensions. Keep in mind that you don’t want to install your netting “trampoline tight.” Having unnecessary tension on the net can greatly reduce the lifespan of the net. When ordering large barrier nets, it’s [...]
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