Pickleball Court Flooring, Kit, 26×52

Pickleball Court Flooring, Kit, 26×52


  • Painted Lines and Edges Included
  • Pickleball Court Flooring
  • For Indoor or Outdoor Use
  • Custom Size 26 x 52 ft. (plus edging and expansion)


BlockTile’s indoor or outdoor pickleball court floors are high-performance court systems built for residential backyards and/or general outdoor use. This Pickleball Court Kit is assembled with our Perforated (Drain) tile, meaning it can withstand any weather condition such as snow, heat, rain, and ice (walk with caution). The size of the full court kit is 26.5 x 52.5 feet since each tile measures at 12 in. x 12 in. x ½” thick and each edge is 12” x 2 ½” x ½” thick plus a 1” expansion. These tiles are engineered with high-impact polypropylene plastic, purposely designed to be inflexible to create a firm, flat, and uniform game court. This also makes the tiles rigid and sufficiently strong enough to support heavy weights such as cars, without harming the tiles.

  • UV Stable Material
  • Traction Control Perforated Pattern Surface
  • Mold Resistant
  • Stain Resistant
  • Four loop-to-peg interlocking system
  • Pickleball Court Lines and Areas
  • Easy to Assemble (DIY Installation)
  • Clean easily using mild soap and water
  • Use a broom or shop-vac to clean debris
  • Different Sizes Available
  • Different Colors Available
  • Rigid High-Impact plastic tiles
  • Mesh (Perforated) Matte finish
  • Made in USA

Pickleball Court Flooring – Lines and Areas

The Pickleball court lines are painted based on the USA Pickleball Association (USAPA) regulations. The lines are painted to the 2-inch standard. The names of all the lines featured on the Pickleball Court are listed below.

  • Baselines – the lines parallel to the net at the end of each court
  • Sidelines – the lines perpendicular to the net on the side of each court
  • Non-Volley Lines – the lines on each side of the net between the sidelines and parallel to the net (According to USAPA these lines are located 7 feet (2.13 m) from the net)
  • Non-Volley Zone Area- the area of the court enclosed by the two sidelines, the non-volley line, and the net
  • Centerline – the line crossing the area between the non-volley line and the baseline on each side of the net
  • Service Courts- the areas on either side of the centerline, bounded by the non-volley line, the baseline, and the sideline

Please see the picture to the right for a visual demonstration of the lines and areas of the court. This specific Pickleball court floor kit may not be the exact size of your specific slab; therefore, you may request a custom size.

For further information regarding Pickleball court lines and areas, please visit https://www.usapa.org/court-diagram/

Easy to Assemble (DIY Installation)

One of the many benefits about this outdoor pickleball flooring kit is that the installation can be done with your own bare hands. We call it a “Do It Yourself” court floor because it does not require professional installation nor professional tools. The tiles have a four loop-to-peg interlocking system, snapping together with a single downward push just like a puzzle. Disassembling the tiles is just as easy as the installation.

Installation Tip: Although not required, you may wish to use a small plastic mallet and knee pads to further ease the installation process.

Subfloor Required

For the pickleball court subfloor, we recommend concrete slab or asphalt. The slab or asphalt will need to be perfectly flat and have a light broom finish. There should not be any imperfections such as vertical displacements, unevenness, or cracks on the floor; if it contains any imperfections you will experience dead spots. Also, if you have any concrete spacers it will need to be filled in, which a contractor can provide more detail on how to fill in the spacers. The USAPA does mention how modular court tiles are not recommended as a surface for pickleball courts because it will have inconsistencies with the ball bounce. Due note with Interlocking floor tiles you will not receive the maximum ball bounce. You may read more information on this with the link above or through research. Testing the tiles over your subfloor is suggested before making a court purchase, which can be done by buying a few tiles.

We do not advise placing a pickleball court over compacted gravel, grass or dirt as it will be very difficult to get a perfectly flat surface without any imperfections.

If needing to know what kind of ball to use for your outdoor pickleball court, we suggest the ONIX brand and also the Penn QST 36. We have tested these balls bounce with our tiles and they work very well.

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