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Category Archives: Customer Spotlight

Batting Cage in a Hangar Part 2

 If you haven’t had a chance to catch part one of the story about this unique batting cage, start here. To tie into existing structure, David needed to install his net at about 15 feet. We built him a net 16 feet tall to give him a foot or so of sag on the [...]

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Fence Toppers for Baseball & Softball Fields

We have many people looking for fence toppers for their chain-link fencing on baseball and softballs fields.  Often, without the fence toppers fields will have an imcomplete or feeling that something is missing.  These can also be used as protection as many chain-link fences have sharp edging on the top that is typically bent down [...]

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Top 5 Mistakes People Make When Buying Artificial Grass … lessons from an installer

Without an insider’s view, buying turf could cost you thousands more than it should. Or create years of headaches. At SYNLawn, we not only follow the industry’s top standards, we innovate and lead the way for how turf should be produced, and installed. Here’s a quick look at the 5 most common mistakes we’ve encountered [...]

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Batting Cage in a Hangar Part 1

A customer, David, called us up not too long ago. He’s a grandfather and wanted to put up a hitting cage for his grandkids. He had a large building to put the cage up in, and we can build a custom batting cage net to any size, the only problem was, this building was a [...]

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Your Baseball Field and You: Halo Kits

Halo Kits for baseball and softball fields are more becoming more commonly used for all types of schools and cities with large and limited budgets.  Halo Kits outline the area behind home-plate.  A high-quality halo kit will prevent this area from being worn out from regular foot traffic, reducing costly grass maintenance. Halo kits are [...]

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6 products that gave an Omaha sports facility an EXTREME MAKE-OVER..

Practice Sports got the call from Mic Johnston one late summer afternoon, on a Tuesday, in Omaha, NE. The Vision Mic had the vision. And a darn good one. All he needed now was industry expertise, cutting edge equipment .. and a team of pro-grade installers. He made the right phone call.Mic had big dreams [...]

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Practice Sports Playbook Year In Review

The past 12 months was the most popular year for the Practice Sports Playbook ever. Not only did we see increased visitor traffic, but we wrote and posted more articles than in any previous year. Here are five Playbook articles that helped give our customers the info they needed to help save time and money [...]

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Make A Wish – Kamiak High-School

Project Name: Make-A-Wish Location: Kamiak, WA Key Players: Nate McCarty Make a Wish Foundation, Northwest Division Kamiak High School PracticeSports The Opportunity: A great experience, we were honored to be a part of the National Wish Day for Nate McCarty in Kamiak, Washington who is recovering from cancer. He elected to use his Wish to [...]

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University of Nebraska – Lincoln Haymarket Park, Baseball and Softball Facility

Key Players University of Nebraska Sampson Construction DLR Group The Opportunity The biggest sports practice facility project in the history of the University of Nebraska Baseball and Softball programs, and Practice Sports was lucky enough to be a part of it. The Practice Sports Solution Involved from the start, we provided input to the architects [...]

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