For many individuals, bowling lanes are considered the be-all and end-all when it comes to interactive entertainment. Man Caves and Game Rooms everywhere achieve a great ‘feel’ when they have arcade & pinball machines next to a home console gaming setup. But if you want ‘the best of the best’ for your room, it is hard to top the installation of a bowling lane into your location. Implementing a bowling setup in the rec room is understandably more complicated than typical home games device; it requires much more space, a long building process and a bigger investment. Nevertheless, if you’re looking to bedazzle everyone with your cutting-edge gaming taste, a bowling lane is the way to go.
We certainly understand that the mere thought of putting turning your game room into a bowling alley is a daunting task. However, here at PrimeTime Amusements, we’re here to tell you that building a bowling lane in your home is not as difficult as it seems. We have years of experience in both manufacturing and operation of bowling lanes of various types and brands. Several lanes sit right underneath our main offices at the Xtreme Action Park in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Though the process does entail some preparation, as well as a somewhat lengthy construction phase (compared to other types of amusements that are mostly plug n’ play), it is a fairly straightforward procedure which can be completed in a matter of days, depending on the number of lanes to be installed.
In this article, we are going to briefly explain the models currently available, as well as the construction phases of a standard home bowling alley.