Since 1999 I have helped thousands of churches, schools, municipalitities and residential customers find the best equipment for their needs and application. I assure you, if you have the budget for institutional equipment, I will get you the best price possible on the equipment most suited for your intended use.

I started this business quite by accident. In 1998 I helped my church in Southern California upgrade the gym equipment in our multi-purpose room. Back then it wasn't as easy to find equipment. It took many trips to local high schools to look at their basketball systems to find some sort of manufacturer label and then seek out that manufacturer, only to find that you had to find a dealer to purchase the equipment. After a few weeks I found what we were looking for and had people within the church with the skillset to install everything and it worked out great.

A year later my sister moved her family to Huntersville, NC. Two weeks after she was there I got a call from her to help her church do the same, and this church not only had a multi-purpose room but also a school gymnasium. After that was completed I ended up doing 3 more projects in NC, which essentially convinced me that this could be a business.

In 1999 I built my first websites, several of them, each showcasing the different products I sold; basketball goals, padding, volleyball systems, soccer goals, football goal posts, etc. I have since condensed all to one website, this one.

I would be happy to work with you on your project. Thank you for your consideration.

- Tom Nicotera, cell 858-692-1532

What are the differences between residential basketball goals and commercial basketball goals?

Residential basketball goals and commercial basketball goals are designed for different types of use.

Residential basketball goals are intended for use in a home setting, typically in a driveway or backyard. They are generally smaller in size and less expensive than commercial basketball goals. They are made of lightweight materials, such as aluminum or steel, and are designed to be durable enough to withstand occasional use by family members and friends.

Commercial basketball goals, on the other hand, are intended for use in public settings such as schools, parks, and community centers. They are typically larger and more heavy-duty than residential basketball goals. They are made of stronger and more durable materials, such as steel or glass-reinforced plastic, to withstand the wear and tear of regular use by multiple people. They also have more stringent regulations and safety features to ensure safety and durability.

In summary, Residential basketball goals are designed for home use and are typically smaller, less expensive, and made of lightweight materials. Commercial basketball goals are designed for public use and are typically larger, more heavy-duty, and made of stronger materials.