How to Build Backyard Rink Hockey

May 17th

Having a childhood dream to have their own backyard rink hockey is common in colder climates, and with the right amount of water, low temperatures and passion, dreams could be just days away. As long as you have a big enough and flat enough space to work, you can start with some simple tools.

Ice Backyard Rink
Ice Backyard Rink

Instructions to build backyard rink hockey: package by snow in your ice rink will be. You can use your feet or a roll of heavy grass. Add a perimeter. Flood your track. Plan your first flood when the weather indicates that the temperature remains below freezing for the next two or three nights. Check for leaks and repair if necessary. It’s always cold enough and not too windy, wake up the next day with a layer of ice decent base. Repeat the process on the second night, recalling that patch and scrape before each flood.

12 Photos Gallery of: How to Build Backyard Rink Hockey

Image of: Ice Backyard Rink
Image of: Beautifully Backyard Rink
Image of: Hockey  Backyard Rink
Image of: New Backyard Rink
Image of: Beautiful Backyard Rink
Image of: Synthetic Backyard Rink
Image of: Backyard Rinks
Image of: Photos of Backyard Rink
Image of: Backyard Rink Bench
Image of: Large Backyard Rink
Image of: Picture of Backyard Rink
Image of: Great Backyard Rink

Even surface irregularities, examine your minimum base layer 3 inches for revisions and lows. These can be filled with snow then felt with a flat shovel. Finally, to build backyard rink, add another layer of ice that is 1/8 inch thick at its track. Be sure to work back with the hose so that the layer is a virgin.