SIX ENCLOSED, DEDICATED INDOOR PICKLEBALL COURTS
A spacious, clean, premium space where you can play, mingle and enjoy the game on and off the court.
One or two gates per court provides easy entry and flow between courts for round robins. Each court is fully enclosed so balls don’t roll between courts, and so you’ll never have to pause your game to let another group pass to their court.
Take a breather!
Four seats on each court that fold into the wall.
Large area also allows for
Reception desk, pro shop, benches & cubbies, a space to stretch and hangout before & after you play, and spectator area for the Connecticut and Massachusetts “show courts”
- High ceiling (averages 30 feet) for all your lobbing needs.
- Pickleball Tutor Plus Ultra ball machine available for rent.
- Brand new ventilation, air conditioner, and heating system with 2 “big-ass” fans, temperature sensors, and dehumidifier to keep the space comfortable all-year-round (see below for more information on air quality).
- Garage door and double doors for optional fresh air in the summer.
- Brand new LED lighting designed for the pickleball space.
- No sunlight and optimal wall color for ball visibility.
How Does Bipolar Ionization Work?
BPI technology uses electric voltage to convert oxygen molecules to charged atoms that inactivate airborne contaminants. These negatively and positively charged atoms, called ions, are effective against viruses, bacteria, and mold.
As a bonus, they also neutralize volatile organic compounds, odors, and allergy-causing dander. Ions are naturally present in pristine air, but pollution and other human activity deplete them. Depending on the contaminant, BPI replaces these charged particles with non-volatile gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide.
BPIs inactivate airborne pathogens in two main ways. First, the charged particles surround the microbe and break it down. In the case of viruses, the ions induce a chemical reaction on the cell membrane surface. They envelop the COVID-19 virus and puncture the protein spikes on its membrane, neutralizing them.
Second, the ions attach to contaminants and enlarge them enough to be trapped by the HVAC system filters. The ionic load also makes some particles heavy enough to fall to surfaces where they can be cleaned away or further inactivated.