Intro to Domes

How much does a sports dome cost?

The biggest cost components of Yeadon domes are the dome fabric, doors, lights, and the HVAC unit to provide the air supply. They can vary significantly based on your needs and preferences but as a rule of thumb, they combine to cost about $9 to $15 per square foot. There are additional costs, but they depend on what you already have in place.

Rest assured, we’ll work with you to understand your needs up front so you have a full picture of the cost of your project before it starts. We pride ourselves on minimizing costly surprises during the construction process.

Air dome cost is considerably less than traditional structures

So, how much does a sports dome cost? A fraction of the cost of traditional brick-and-mortar facilities.

Plus, inflatable domes have revenue potential that can offset cost. A seasonal dome extends rental opportunities and field use into those months when turf time otherwise isn’t possible.

Dome dollars make sense

Rental revenue can offset air dome costs

Without the complexity of conventional construction, the cost is less and the timetable is shorter than brick-and-mortar facilities. Following planning, permitting and site preparation, a dome can be up and open for play within two to three months.

And with a good stream of rental revenue, a dome can pay for itself in 3-5 years and be a revenue producer for many years to come.

With these kinds of considerations, what’s it cost to not have a dome?