When you have chosen the location for your hoop and you have the necessary concrete from your local home improvement product store, you will cut a hole into your existing concrete that is 24″ diameter by 36″ deep. Then you will place the plate and J-bolts into the hole and pour cement into the hole. You will want at least 15″ of the poles to be buried in concrete, so it may help to mark the pole 15″ from the bottom. Using a leveler will help you to know your pole is inserted properly, straight up and down. If your pole is in pieces, you will need to wait 72 hours before attaching the remaining pieces of the pole to the piece that is inserted into the concrete.
Continue doing this until you have all four walls covered. Then let the room dry. The compound will turn white as it dries, if you see any gray spots, give it more time. Once it’s dried, you can paint the walls.
As soon as you have everything discussed with contractor, he will then present to you his first-floor plan. He will put everything you want and incorporate his ideas. Bear in mind that the design you have should go with the existing theme of your house. This is just a home addition. You will not change the entire look of your place. Hence, anything added must be coordinated properly with your house so it would not look disorganized.