Rock and roll memorabilia adorn the walls along the single-lane in this home bowling alley in Minnesota. The ball return capping is made of wood, painted black. Fusion Bowling built a special custom enclosure between the curtain wall and the pinsetter machine.
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It takes about six months to get the equipment ordered, prepped, and ready to ship.
A pair of lanes take about one week to install. Single lanes take about six days, and 4-lane projects take about 11 days.
The window of opportunity is after HVAC is up and running but before flooring is installed.
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