A project or a desire to cover your tracks of padel ? We may have the solution. You could cover your pitches in full indoor or semi indoor, a hybrid formula, less expensive with its constraints too.

Our advices. Who to choose. We try to guide you.

Full indoor slopes: pleasure and ease

If you have the choice, and if you are in places where it rains regularly and where the nights are cold, inevitably, to propose a club of padel with land of padel indoors would be a good idea. The club can thus remain open every day, without the fear of having to close its grounds because of the rain, the cold or the wind.

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So yes, the small limit is that players will not have the chance to be able to play outdoors, the pleasure of breathing the fresh air after a day's work.

But we realize that even when there is a choice, many players prefer to play indoors whatever the conditions.

Semi-indoor courts, beware of errors!

Facing the indoor, the semi-indoor. We will hear everything on these lands of padel semi indoor. So let's lift the veil on these lands of padel both outdoors and at the same time covered.

Yes, having semi-indoor tracks can be a good solution for many reasons.

First of all, the cost is much more accessible than totally indoor tracks.

Then, the pleasure of being able to play outside while enjoying a roof that is supposed to protect in case of rain.

Sometimes, it is the Local Urbanism Plan which limits the construction of a totally enclosed space. A hybrid construction, namely a track with a roof can be the miracle solution.

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BUT, it happens, much more often than you think, to see strange constructions of semi-indoor tracks, which hardly protect from the rain. Why ? Because the rain does not fall straight, with the wind, the rain can therefore fall laterally and make the track impassable. padel.

Strangely, this element is sometimes forgotten / omitted during the presentation of a semi indoor track.

However, there are solutions:

  1. The roof should not be limited to the area of ​​the track padel. He must try to overflow as much as possible. The higher the roof, the more surface area it must cover;
  2. Windbreaks sometimes called sunshades (in Spain in particular): This is most often a canvas that will be placed at the ends of the roof and placed laterally. This cuts the path of the rain and therefore keeps you dry.

Beware of the second point, the other advantage is to break the wind, but the lift in the wind can lead to additional costs linked to the anchoring of the structure to the ground or to more robust materials. The solution is to be able to remove this canvas manually or as a shutter when the weather forecast is very windy.

These two solutions can be combined to ensure players stay dry, even in the rain.

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Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France going to cover the major events of padel French.