It will be easier for three people to install together in the yard or in an open place. There are instructions and installation videos for reference.
Bought for my son and daughter to practice use, two people are more than enough in it, plenty of space, good quality net, but for longevity take it inside in bad weather.
This batting cage is the perfect size for my kids to practice in the yard and it's good for them to develop an interest in baseball from an early age.
We bought this one Cove Ed because we knew our son would not be able to play baseball that year. It took two people to put it up, but it wasn't that hard. I really like the design and spaciousness of it. It seems sturdy enough to me. We will be enjoying this for years to come I hope.
As you know, assemble is not the easiest. Sturdiness is great. Durability, well I've had it for about 2 months now and probably assembled it about 2-3 times. Today I noticed that one of the fiberglass poles that support the arch, is shattering. Duck tape does wonders for now. There are some spare parts that came with the package. I was just wondering, what happens when I loose another fiberglass pole? Thank you, Purchaser/User