Bocce court construction and repair 

We know what it takes to create the exact look and feel you have in mind for your backyard, home owners association, commercial property, retirement community or anyplace else you have in mind for a beautiful well-built bocce court.

Our bocce courts are built: putting the game first; offer professional level play; and to last. We use Har-Tru tennis clay for the perfect surface. Har-Tru is rapidly becoming the preferred surface among expert bocce players because of its excellent playability and simple maintenance. We also offer synthetic grass over concrete or ultra base tiles for less maintenance and year round play. Because bocce courts are built flat and level, they tend to hold water after rain storms. Our courts have full drain systems to ensure quick play after the rain. Heavy 6"x6" treated wood, concrete edging, to complete your court we will custom build ball racks, scoreboards, pergolas, and seating areas. Call your friends over for a barbecue, a few drinks and a good game of bocce. All ages can play and everyone will enjoy. Please look around our site to learn about surfaces, the game and our company. Thanks for you interest.

We will come to your site and assess your bocce court. Many bocce courts that are not playing well...

A Division of Metz Athletic Construction, LLC

​Scoreboards & Accessories

We are ready and prepared to build you the best bocce court available. Har-Tru, artificial turf, oyster shell, stone dust...

Bocce Court ​Maintenance

At BOCCEBUILDERS, we're dedicated to excellence in all we do.
​You supply the vision for your space, and we'll do the rest.

Bocce Court ​Rebuilding

Bocce Court ​Construction

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PA (610) 847-6822       NJ (908) 328-4060

We offer hand made bocce scoreboards, made from high quality cedar planks, 4 coats of spar urethane...

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We offer a yearly maintenance service on all bocce surfaces. Har-Tru tennis court surfacing has become...