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Kickplate, Sill Band & Sill Cap (3 pk)


Sill Band and Sill Cap

The Ultimate rink bling! Puck board with versatility! Sill Bands and Sill Caps will turn your basement rinks into the neighborhood must have!


Canadian Dollar Pricing

Here are the basic components for any style rink.

  1.  The Sill Cap (cap for 2″x4″ board system or puck/bottle ledge for indoor or outdoor rinks).
  2. The Board System Sill Band. See below for Sill Band width options
  3.  Liner Protection/Kickplate. Yellow at ice level for easy observation of the puck
  4. Dashers (the white side boards surrounding your rink and all rinks)
  5. Vertical stripes for Red Line Blue line or goal line. Sometimes necessary to hide gaps between Puck Board panels.
  6. Detailing: Colored matching screw’s in 2 lengths (1″ and 1.5″)

Please note Sill Band options below.

       1.    4′ x 1.5″ Sill Band

       2.  4′ x  3.75″ Sill Band

      3.     4′ x 5.25″ Sill Band

Please be advised that all 4′ and 8′ product will be trimmed by 1/2″ to meet shipping regulations.

Below are links for other puck board products for your basement or outdoor rink.

Basement Rink Corners 

Kickplates, Top Stripes

4’x8′ puckboard sheets for walls and boards

easily shipped white Dasher panels (Puck Board sheets)


Whether you are building a basement rink or an outdoor rink the following prices will allow you an easy approximate calculation.

*below is based off 2022 pricing* Prices subject to change*

Please be advised that all 4′ and 8′ product will be trimmed by 1/2″ to meet shipping regulations.

Basement Rink APPROX. RUNNING FT. COSTS (“all Services” means drilled and countersunk and beveled edges where applicable.)

  • TEP (Top Edge of 2″x 4″) @ 3.75” width x 4’L   $1.75 per running foot approx (this product has one edge beveled but is not drilled and countersunk)
  • TEP shown on the face as a red stripe/band   @ 1.5” x 4’L  $1.85 per running foot approx.
  • Puck Board Inner white 1/8” puckboard roll named LPS (Liner Protection) for outdoor rinks based on 2”x 12”s which are actually 11.25” in width. $1.60 per running foot no services (drilling)
  • Puck Board 1/4″ white  48″ x 48″  white $16 per running foot.
  • Puck Board 1/4″ white 40″ x 41″  (best shipping $ for this size as it does not qualify as an over size package)  $14.40 per running foot*
  • Kickplate roll in 1/8″ x 4″W  yellow  .76 per running ft. 
  • Kickplate in 1/4″ x 5.25″ W    all colors $3.75 per running ft.
  • Kickplate in 1/4″ x 7 7/8″ W   all colors $4.50 per running ft.
  • Colored matching screws    $13/100 bag 1.5″ L    $11/100 bag 1″ L
  • These are approximations only, so you have a guide for budget purposes.

Not sure of the service levels desired?  Basically 2 levels are available.

1. Plain (this means you would drill and bevel to your specifications)

2. DCR is the acronym for Beveled edges, drilled and countersunk screw holes so your screw head becomes flush to the material at 16”OC.

We have priced for services here for your  approx quote. Plain is available at a lesser cost. Plain means it would be a straight piece of material in the size your require based on the sizes available from our website.

*Regulation in many jurisdictions are 42″-46″ Puck Board heights. As noted above best shipping is 1″ less than regulation minimum height. You may add Sill Bands and/or Kickplates to make up this difference in your final product. When assembling your basement rink it is advisable to fasten your Puck Board 1″ – 2″ off the floor using a chalk line as a guide. This is done due to imperfect cement floors. The result becomes a straight top line of Puck Board with just a minimal gap at the floor which would be then hidden by your Kickplates.

We always suggest when budgeting that you add another 10% for items you may wish or costs not included in your quote.

For best results a perfectly level site is desired. Both outdoor on grass and indoor on cement have their own different characteristics. Neither are perfect.

We do not include wood costs as your outdoor rink or your basement rink needs may vary depending on your vision of your project.

Hope this helps out. Let us know if you have any thoughts, issues or discussion.

Your resident rink GURU….Brian Young.