If you're going to invest over $1,000 on a basketball hoop, you should have the peace of mind that after the first winter it won't look like the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Morristown, NJ (PRWEB) November 12, 2014
One of the glaring weaknesses in the industry are installation companies that do not dig the foundation for a basketball hoop deep enough which causes a basketball hoop to heave or lean. Home Court Hoops is a full-service basketball hoop company that has sold, installed, removed and replaced thousands of basketball hoops so they know the proper way to install a basketball hoop.
According to Home Court Hoops' owner, Mike Westhead, "There are many reputable companies that sell basketball hoops but they leave the customer to find their own installer at the local level. That's fine. But how do you know if the installer is going to install your hoop properly without you first reading the instructions and then hovering over them to make sure they do it properly?"
The Hoop Defender makes sure at least the basketball hoop anchor kit portion of the install is done properly. Most manufacturers of anchor kit basketball hoops require the system to be installed 36"-48" deep. 36" is the minimum. Because The Hoop Defender is 36", it forces the installer to dig a 36" hole.
To Mike Westhead, this is like buying insurance for your basketball hoop, "If you're going to purchase a basketball hoop for thousands of dollars, you should have the peace of mind to know that after the first winter it won't look like the Leaning Tower of Pisa".
The Hoop Defender is for sale with any anchor kit basketball hoop to include systems with both a 9" and 7" hole pattern. The Hoop Defender is standard with all Home Court Hoop's basketball systems.