Our timber cladding gives your axe throwing cage a rustic and complimentary look and feel to the axe throwing activity. Cladding is to each lane and reaches a metre in height from the floor. Each outside wall is capped off with drinks ledges and the cladding can be left natural or finished in a colour of your choosing.
Our timber decking floor serves as floor protection but also delivers a visual impact. It also prevents throwers from slipping when incorporated into our outdoor axe throwing huts.
This is an essential option in our opinion. Through our years of experience, rubber matting helps to reduce and stop the bounce and velocity of axes back towards the thrower. It also serves to protect both the floor underneath and the axes from damage.
Whether you’re axe throwing indoors or outdoors there’s nothing more frustrating than a lack of target light. This optional extra incorporates the supply of a low-power/ high-lumens floodlight to each of your axe throwing lanes.
Locking doors are particularly useful if you wish to store your throwing axes and other associated equipment inside your indoor or outdoor cage when not in use preventing unauthorised access and use.
Return on investment can vary depending on the environment in which our axe throwing cages are placed and how they are charged to the player. This is something we are happy to discuss at the initial enquiry stage.
There are elements of our axe throwing target cages that are sacrificial. In particular, the target backing timbers, target header, and footer boards. Any good handyman can tend to their replacements very easily. However, if you would prefer us to maintain all aspects of your axe throwing cages we can certainly devise a service plan to support you.