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Fencing: How You Can Benefit From A Backyard Batting Cage

If you and your family enjoy playing baseball but hate waiting to hit some baseballs at the public batting cage, you may want to install your personal home backyard batting cage. This article will provide you information about the benefits of having a home backyard-batting cage.

Hercules Fence, a professional fencing company, could easily install a sturdy batting cage right in your backyard at a reasonable price.

With a batting cage in your backyard, you and your family could get great daily exercise by improving your batting swing. You could save time and money by designating a part of your backyard as a baseball practice area.

When choosing to install a batting cage in your backyard, you need to consider how much space you will need for the cage, how much of a budget you can afford and what size do you want for your cage. An average batting cage can be 12 to 14 feet in height and 50 to 70 feet in length.

No matter the size or price of your batting cage, you need to make sure it is wind resistant as well as resistant to extreme weather conditions.

With a batting cage at home, you and your family can become better baseball hitters and have fun together at anytime.

Hercules can customize and install a fencing design to fit your project.

Hercules Fence has a superb reputation for quality service and products. For example, we installed a fence for Harrison Tyler, one of the living grandsons of the 10th President of the United States, John Tyler.

Hercules Fence does not only install residential, commercial and high-security, high quality fencing but also Hercules Fence donates products and labor to charities, as well as, ABC’s remodeling project called “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”.

If you have any questions or need fence installments, contact Hercules Fence by calling (800) TU FENCE or here today!

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This entry was posted on Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 at 6:20 pm. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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