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How to Make a Hockey Rink

Wayman Harten - Tuesday, October 25, 2016
If you are looking for instructions on how to make a hockey rink I'd like to give you a solution that you may never have considered, a synthetic hockey rink. There are many advantages to building a synthetic ice rink starting with performance. When you make a hockey rink out of synthetic ice you'll have an ice surface that is 100% ready to use 24/7/365. If you are building your rink outdoors it's not dependent on the weather to be cold enough to make ice. If you are building it in a warmer climate you don't have to have refrigeration which can be very costly. 


Another big advantage is that when you make a hockey rink out of synthetic ice you do it once and it's done, you have a great skating surface for years and years. As opposed to waiting each winter for the temperature to fall below freezing, standing out in the cold with a hose and then crossing your fingers that it doesn't warm up and melt.

You can also have your rink set up in places that you would have difficulty putting it if it wasn't made of synthetic ice such as the basement or garage. Synthetic ice typically comes in panels that easily fit together like a jigsaw puzzle so you can put it together yourself and move it if you like too. As long as you have a flat and stable surface you'll have a hockey rink that performs very much like real ice. All things considered when you add it all up, to make a hockey rink out of synthetic ice just might be the smartest answer to the question of how to make an hockey rink.

Wayman Harten is the Owner & President of Synthetic Ice Solutions, Wayman has about 30 years of technical experience in the plastics Industry and is passionate about providing the best artificial ice rinks at very affordable prices. Click on one of the links and read more about synthetic ice or see videos about the product. You can also call us at 855-2-ICE SKATE (855 242-3752) or email us at sales@syntheticicesolutions.com.

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