23 feet minimum
5 m max
maximum ceiling height of an indoor shuttlecock court
30 feet / Depends on the architect......! No limitations ! Depends on the structure itself!
There is no maximum height
The main factor in determining what ceiling height you'll need is the standard / level of competition being played. Minimum 3 metres for recreational play and a minimum 5 metres for professional play.
There is no maximum height.
The rim is at 10'-0" and you must take into consideration a player attempting a last second shot from the other end of the court. There will be quite a bit of arc on that attempt.
ANSWER As high as the 1st serve that can be, but practically about 25 feet high. and then add a further 8-10 feet for lighting space, etc. So in total a 33 ft height (10m). ANSWER There is no mention in the Laws of badminton, of a minimum height for the ceiling above the court. Nonetheless, a badminton court will not be suitable if the ceiling is likely to be hit on a high serve.
Most facilities in Ontario have a minimum height of 24 ft. An ideal height is 33ft or higher.
If you mean the height of the hoop, all levels play on 10 feet.