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Some customer comments. Visit Customer Comments for more.
3/18/2013 – Venice, FL
I just wanted to let you know how much we love the batting cage! We actually purchased a competitor product last summer, and it was a disaster – constantly falling apart, breaking, a pain to put up. I dreaded another experience like that. But your cage has been wonderful: a breeze to set up and it really stays up without any maintenance. My son just blasted a ball over a pull-backed outfield last weekend and I credit it to the work in the cage! Thanks! Sincerely, ES
3/4/2013 – New Bedford, MA
Hi, As it nears time to put up the cage I bought last year I realize I never sent my feedback. Grandson and I love the cage. The cage, added with some hard work, led my undersized 8 year old grandson to become rookie of the year in the local 9-10 yr old league. My only regrets are I wasn’t paying attention enough to request the game changer upgrade and the 8′ 10′ panel for a backdrop. Thanks for a great product. GS
11/14/2012 – Chalmette, LA
My son loves it. He’s getting about 200 cuts a day which he could not get anywhere else. He used it so much the first weekend that he blistered his hands. He’ll be way ahead of the other freshmen this Spring…hoping for a spot on varsity! Thanks for checking on us. MC
10/13/2012 – Midland, TX
Howdy, I bought one of your cage packages when my son was 10 years old in 2007. He is now 15 and playing high school baseball. He and I have spent countless hours in the cage over the years. Thank you for a great product. LD
Wheelhouse Batting Cages has been a proud partner of Ripken Baseball for many years. See our photo album on the Gallery page. See our link on their site: http://www.ripkenbaseball.com/ Check out one of their many camps or tournaments at either Aberdeen, MD or Myrtle Beach, SC.
We are also involved with Perfect Game visit their web site too: http://www.perfectgame.org/
We have also been advertising on the MLB Network. Watch and checkout our commercials.
Some Personal History, Comments, and Suggestions.
We started in 1998 and our history has been interesting and exciting. We sold our 1000th batting cage in July 2002, our 2000th cage in April 2004, our 3000th cage in June 2006, our 4000th cage in May of 2008, our 5000th cage in May of 2010, our 6000th cage in March of 2012, and our 7000th cage in April 2013. We have sold our batting cages in all 50 states and Washington, DC. We have sold internationally as well. We have cages in Australia, Canada, Curacao, France, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, and Puerto Rico.
More and more companies are copying our idea, some are making subtle changes. You, as the consumer, should be aware of what you are getting. For example, I got a call from a prospect, who became a client, saying that one of my competitors was offering a batting cage similar to mine and at a cheaper price. They were even going to throw in the L-screen. When I investigated further, I found out they were offering poly net rather than knotted nylon. Poly net is quite a bit weaker and less expensive than knotted nylon. In my opinion, knotted nylon is a lot more durable than poly net. See discussion on the Details page. Since we started in 1998, we have never had a water problem, UV deterioration, or any breakage of our net. Knotted nylon is easy to repair. So when shopping make sure to compare what you are getting. Ask a lot of questions.
I get calls about accessories for our batting cages. Some of my competition provides leaded rope, others sell backdrops, still others offer other things for sale. I’m cheap, sorry frugal, I try to find inexpensive alternatives. Here are some. Leaded rope is expensive and heavy to ship. I used to offer it, but now I make my net wider. It is 36′ wide and the perimeter of my frame is only 30′, so there is 3′ of overhang all the way around. But if you still feel you need something, try a simple garden hose. It is much cheaper than leaded rope and will do the same thing – provide a little extra weight on the net so it won’t blow around as much in wind. Some companies offer expensive backdrops. I suggest an inexpensive piece of carpet. Hang it from the roof corner connectors.
Because our batting cages are free standing and lightweight, wind is the one weakness of our system. Strong cross winds can actually tip over the cage. If you can put the batting cage near a barrier like house, fence, or trees, generally wind is not an issue. If you are in a windy climate and your cage is in the wide open space you should anchor down the cage in some fashion. See question 15 on the FAQ page.
Our batting cages are not perfect and may not be for everyone. However, I think we have made a good product and people feel they are getting very good value for the dollar they spend. We also provide excellent customer service and support.