Partner with AusPadel
Posted by AusPadel on 16 / 01 / 2020
Last year was an extremely busy and productive year for us here at AusPadel. We met with sports club owners, tennis club presidents and investors who heard about Padel for the first time. We showed them what Padel is all about, why it is such a fun sport and community to be part of, as well as why Padel is truly the fastest growing sport in the world. We are proud to be helping to develop Padel in Australia and know that 2020 will be the year that Padel really takes off.
As with every new project, there are a number of factors to consider when selecting a Padel provider to partner with. Over the years we have seen many issues arise from poorly managed projects, such as; courts using low-quality materials, below-standard installations and on-going maintenance. As a result, club owners haven´t been able to recover their investment, and most importantly customers haven´t been able to enjoy the new experience they were expecting.
At AusPadel, we are here to support you every step of the way ensuring your Padel project is a huge success.
So what should you be considering before you decide to kick off your project?
- Australian based company: Be sure you are dealing with a company that is based in Australia, and understands all the regulations required to install a Padel court from state to state.
- Australian public liability insurance: Padel courts involve a steel structure and extremely heavy glass panels. Safety comes first, be sure your provider has its Australian insurance up to date so you and your customers are covered throughout your Padel project.
- Australian certified courts: Not all courts comply with the Australian building regulations and are suitable for our climate conditions. Confirm the court is certified and suitable for your specific club / region.
- Turn-key project: A Padel project is not just about installing a court. It involves council permits, engineers, concrete slabs and other components. Be sure your provider can manage the whole project on your behalf.
- Local team: Your provider should have a local team registered with the State Building Authority (VBA or similar) to install the courts legally.
- Maintenance: Whether it´s replacing a glass panel or periodic maintenance, check your provider can offer the service so you don´t have to stop using the courts. The right maintenance will increase the lifespan of your courts.
We are happy to be the only company in Australia that can tick all these boxes.
AusPadel is an Australian registered company based in Melbourne and operating in all states. We work with top manufacturers in the Padel industry to not only design the courts that comply with Australian regulation, but also the International Padel Federation requirements. Our local team would be more than happy to work with you to define your Padel project and manage the end-to-end process, from ideation to installation and beyond.
When you start thinking of Padel, think AusPadel. Feel free to call or email us at any time. We look forward to seeing Padel grow in Australia!