Affordable Baseball Nettting

  Baseball Nets

From batting cage nets to backstop netting, we can handle any project- big or small.

Baseball Netting That Lasts

Playing baseball means having the right equipment- right down to the batting cage nets. Since 2008, Custom Netting has been the country’s premier netting manufacturers. We supply nets for baseball and any sports.

When it comes to durable, long-lasting sports nets, we have everything you need. No project is too big or too small. Our custom netting is the solution you’ve been looking for.

We can customize our netting for stadiums, outfield nets, baseball screens, baseball hitting nets and more. Our staff is happy to help you get the right nets for anything.

Call us and let’s talk about the type of baseball nets you need.

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Baseball Netting

From backyard batting cages to stadium backstop nets, Custom Netting is standing by ready to help you customize your needs today.
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Backstops, Batting Cages, and Batting Nets

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Baseball screens

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High quality for long lasting durability

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Custom netting for any sized field

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No job is too big or too small

Hitting Facility

Hitting Facility Netting

Custom Netting is quickly becoming one of the nation's leading suppliers of hitting facility netting for indoor batting or training facilities. In fact, if you are interested in designing a batting facility, contact us. We have the experience and expertise to help you with an effective layout and design for your batting facility.

We can help you select the right netting for durability and affordability. Let us help you build the type of indoor training center of your dreams.

For universities and schools that have limited space, we even build retractable batting cages for gyms and other spaces.

 

Hitting Facility Design

If you’re ready to build your own batting facility, consider making the professionals at Custom Netting your first call. We have the expertise and experience you need to make your indoor hitting facility a reality. From concept to completion, we can take you every step of the way. You’ll be pitching batting practice in less time than you think as well as training sluggers and maybe even future major leaguers.

Indoor Training Facility Owners

Maximizing the space in your indoor training facility is the key to maximizing your revenue. Yes, there are quite a few other ways to maximize revenue via memberships, camps, clinics, showcases, opening your facility to other sports and activities outside of your niche, and many more. However, in order to implement these strategies, there is one question you always must ask yourself, “will I be able to do this with my current or designed layout?”. Our job at Custom Netting is to make sure that answer is yes, and that is why we take the design stage of the process so seriously. So how do we do it?

The first step we take is to find out what type of facility you want to operate. Is this a facility with an emphasis on training in which shorter cages are acceptable, a facility open to the community for anyone to come in and hit on larger machine operated cages, or a combination of the two? Once we determine the type of facility you want, we dive deeper into the number of cages you would like to have, and what purpose they would serve i.e. How many batting cages? How many Pitching Lanes? Would you like an area for fielding or long toss? With this information and basic dimensions of the area, we can begin designing multiple layouts with 3D software. Below are some examples of some of the layouts for hitting facilities we’ve designed.

indoor batting facility designs
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retractable batting cages

How Are Retractable Batting Cages Installed?

 

There are two directions to retract batting cages or sports netting: laterally or vertically. The most cost-effective solution is to retract the netting laterally to one wall. This is done by running cables parallel to the ground and attaching the netting to the cables with a pulley wheel. With this method, the batting cage or barrier net will slide on the cables to one wall in the hitting facility.

Our preferred method is to have a permanent outer netting shell or arena net (one large fixed batting cage) and have sliding netting dividers on cables within the netting shell. With this setup, the net dividers can be slid back, opening the entire space for live batting practice, infield drills, long toss, speed, and agility, etc. Worried about not having an adequate structure to pull cabling from? No problem. We can use a curtain track system that suspends from the ceiling in place of the cables.

In some circumstances, like indoor gymnasium batting cages, retracting the netting vertically is the only solution. For this indoor retractable batting cage application, we recommend our hands-free electric winch system also known as a batting cage pulley system. This installation method will create a suspended batting cage. These collapsible batting cages are perfect for multi-use areas. With this setup, easily raise and lower your batting cages directly from the ceiling in minutes. More than one batting cage? No problem! We can vertically retract tandem batting cages or arena nets with multiple hitting cages inside.

 

Why Choose Custom Netting?

 

Whether, you are a professional sports organization, parks & recreation department, commercial facility owner, or a baseball or softball enthusiast looking to put a batting cage in your back yard, we have everything you need. At Custom Netting, we focus on the three things:

  1. Expert, professional service with a focus on customer experience
  2. Top Quality Product at very competitive pricing
  3. Industry-leading turn around time

The raw materials for all our sports nets come from some of the best factories across the globe. To confirm the quality is up to our high standards, we perform factory visits annually and randomly spot test netting with USA based laboratories to verify break strength, abrasion resistance, and UV resistance.

Having high-quality raw material is only part of what we do to provide top-quality sports nets. That netting material is then placed in the hands of our staff which has nearly 40 years of combined experience making nets for all purposes. The bulk material is then cut to the specific size for your custom nets, laced or sown into shape and the hardware is added for additional durability and easy installation.

Custom Netting is one of the leading netting manufacturers in the United States. That is why we are able to successfully negotiate for higher quality materials for our nets which, of course, allows us to provide custom sports netting that’s one of the finest and most affordable in the industry.

At Custom Netting, we take pride in our customer service and believe that we are second to none. Regardless of your project size, our goal is to guide you from start to finish with expert, friendly advice to meet your needs while keeping both quality and cost in mind.

Pair our quality, customer service, competitive pricing with turnaround times that are unheard of in the industry. Let Custom Netting be your first call for any netting project- big or small.

 

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Client Testimonials

what They’re Saying

We used Custom Netting for all of the netting around our ballpark. They helped us with batting cages, and all the netting to keep baseballs from hitting passing cars. They were easy to work with and did a fantastic job with everything including the netting installation.
Jakob Filips

We have an indoor arena where we’ve introduced a variety of sports including lacrosse, soccer, and even arena football. We’ve used Custom Netting for everything and they have been incredible to work with. We really appreciate these guys.
Robinson Clarck

The driving range on our country club faces the highway. It’s a long shot but possible. To help us reduce our liabilities, we contacted Custom Netting and they gave us a very affordable price that included installation. Since that time, we’ve used them for several other projects that involved netting. Great company!
Martin Smith

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