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Custom Installed Residential Bowling Alleys

United Bowling Installation (Image courtesy United Bowling)
By Andrew Liszewski

I’m not thrilled with the idea of owning a house, mostly because of all the added responsibilities like cutting the lawn, shoveling snow and having to be that mean neighbor who always confiscates baseballs and Frisbees that land in my yard. But on the other hand a house allows you to do things like install a dedicated home theater or even cooler, your own bowling alley.

United Bowling Installation (Image courtesy United Bowling)

United Bowling, a Florida based company will install a 2 lane, full regulation length bowling alley in your home complete with genuine AMF and Brunswick equipment like pin stackers and ball returns. You’ll need a minimal area that’s 88 feet long, 12 feet wide with a 10 foot ceiling, but if the kids have moved out there’s no reason not to demolish their bedrooms in order to make room for such an awesome upgrade. Of course at $88,000 it’s not a cheap upgrade, but if it was worth it to Daniel Plainview, then it’s worth it to me.

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  • Dan L

    I drink your milkshake. Then bash your head in with a bowling pin.

  • http://www.evergreenknives.com knife geek

    I’d need a really big house in order to have one of those put in and not have it disturb the people in the theater. :)

  • Your mom

    I would probably piss in the ball return when I was liquored up.

  • http://openamf.net Bowling Balls For Sale

    That is a really nice bowling alley. If a homeowner can afford to have on of those put in their house. I doubt they are doing their own laundry and cleaning up around the house. I think an in home bowling alley like that would be an awsome addition to the house. $88000 dollars is a bit stiff. But it really is beautiful. Can you imagine how good your bowling score would get from all the practice you would get in.

    John

  • Cody

    its nice but the maintnence for the lanes would cost a fortune. min of 20000 a year woth new oil patterns and an oil machine and oil in general would cost a lot of money plus u wouuld need to fix the machine when it breaks and such it would be nice if i could afford it

  • http://www.worthpoint.com antiques

    damn i have always wanted my own bowling alley. dare to dream.

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  • Rick

    I do, and trust me…you don't want to. It's a nightmare dealing with whiny league bowlers that, even when everything is perfect, they still find something to be crabby about. Unfortunately you have to deal with them because they pay your bills…We're selling our place in May.

  • M.Bazarov

    So, are you selling it dismantled?
    And what's your target price?

  • hie844

    I love this sport.this place looks nice.

  • hie844

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