Mroy31 Posted January 2, 2018 Share Posted January 2, 2018 Not sure if this is the right forum, but here goes. Have been wanting to create a little outdoor practice surface for a while. I only have a small flat space in the backyard anyway (renting a walkout basement apt), but figured a 10'x10' or 10'x15' ice pad would be big enough for practicing slides, pushes, movement etc. Any recommendations for a smaller build? I've found a couple of options online, in addition to just going to Home Depot and getting lumber etc. but I've only got pretty simple wrenches/screwdrivers etc. tools-wise, so the more compact ready-made options are kind of appealing. https://icengo.ca/product/ez-rink/ Seems like a more complicated build, but only costs about $200 CAD, smallest size is 12'x19' https://www.ezicerinks.com/purchase/custom-rink Looks like a much easier build, comes in 10'x10' or 10'x15', but cheapest option is $1,100 I could probably get lumber, hardware and tools for less than option 2. Anybody else done this? Is there a way easier option for a pad this small? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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