15673083_10154872446424521_1374799149_n-1360 Sports are the #1 residential ice rink builder in the New England area. We specialize in customizing rinks to fit your yard and budget and our clients are amazed by how easy and affordable it is to transform their dormant backyard into a winter wonderland. Each 360 rink is fully custom-designed for your unique outdoor space.

We are the only backyard rink builder that offers a free, full service estimate for your ice rink creation and installation

THE MANY BENEFITS OF CHOOSING YOUR CUSTOM-BUILT RINK FROM 360

  • Custom board sizes to fit your needs, from 12 inches to 4 feet in height
  • Easy brackets or ground stakes
  • Three types of ice rink liners to choose from
  • Board padding for protection and safety
  • Ice resurfacing services
  • Safe for use on all surfaces – our backyard ice rinks will not harm your grass
  • Reusable for years to come
  • Customizable surface sizes to fit your outdoor space
  • Easy to store during the off­season
  • Easy maintenance: shovel snow from the surface when needed

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do residential ice rinks cost?

Costs vary depending on the size and materials. Brackets, board height, netting, lighting and padding can contribute to the final costs. Average costs range from$1,250­$3,200 for starter kits including installation. Size range is 20×40 up to a 40×80 for typical sizes quoted.

Does my yard need to be perfectly level?

No, in fact most yards we install our ice rinks on are not level. The maximum grade differential is 14” without extra support.

How long does it last?

Materials can last for many years of service, and accidental damage can be repaired. Generally, the skating season is from mid-December to the beginning of March.

When is the best time to install the rink?

By Thanksgiving or before the ground freezes!

What kind of maintenance is involved?

Treat it like your sidewalk – shovel when needed. Some additional flooding is needed, depending on usage.

What will this do to my grass?

Grass goes dormant in the fall. The liner actually will protect your grass from being saturated with moisture from the snow. In most cases it will be greener and healthier the following year.

What happens when spring comes?

You will need to store the boards and brackets for the following year. Most customers store these their shed.

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