We look at the pickleball courts you are concerned about on Google Earth and we then measure the distances to nearby homes and locations that you bring to our attention.  Using our historical records of pickleball sound, we then estimate the sound levels that are likely to be present at the locations you identify.

We also study local noise ordinances, and we supply you with a list of questions about the area surrounding the courts so that we understand the problem. After that we prepare a written report that makes recommendations about steps that may be taken to reduce the sound levels or minimize the impact on play, such as restricting the hours of play.