The cost for the restring includes $15 labor per racquet, the price of the string you choose, and $5.95 shipping cost to ship the order back to you.
Keeping this in consideration, how often should you restring a racquetball racquet?
As a general rule you should re-string each year as often as you play per week. If you play twice per week, you should restring your racket twice per year.
Thereof, how do you string a racketball racquet?
What tension should I string my tennis racquet?
Assuming you’re willing to spend some money on your equipment, we’d recommend this player re-string their racket once a month. Whether you’re playing in leagues or starting to enter a tournament or two, it’s important to maintain your strings’ tension for consistent performance as you start to compete.
The racquets and balls are different; the environments are different; most importantly, the techniques of play are different. And even though you can’t readily see the differences in the strings, they’re different too. … Because power rules in racquetball, the strings are typically strung looser than in tennis.
Keep your racquet cool (but not freezing!) or at room temperature. Keep your racquet out of heat any time you’re not on the court. … Heat can also warp or weaken grommets and even damage your frame if extreme enough.
Typically a racquet takes 30 minutes to string once it’s on the machine.
Any racquet can be strung in one of two ways, by using one piece of string for both the horizontal and vertical stringing, or by using a separate piece for each. … This can be difficult with one piece of string, and impossible on some racquets.
Tennis strings are made of natural gut, nylon (multifilament) or polyester (monofilament). Natural gut and nylon strings are best for beginner to intermediate players due to their power and comfort properties while polyester is best for advanced players due to its stiffer, control-oriented properties.