Frequently Asked Questions

Will you have other color or design options in the future?

Prior to the start of each season, we consider new colors options. If you have any colors or designs you'd like to see, please contact us.

Can I use an End Game broom for competitive play?

Yes, the WCF Approved Replacement Fabric can be used in all curling competitions.

Will the sticker wear off on the sliding surface?

During the 2020-21 curling season, we modified our sticker design so it no longer covers the sliding surface. This reduces wear caused from sliding and ensures a more consistent slide.

Can I use an End Game head assembly with my existing broom handle?

Yes. See the product details for the head assembly to see what broom handles are compatible. If you have a broom handle that isn't listed, send us an email and we'll help you find the right size.

Do you offer various handle sizes?

Yes, we offer standard length handles (4ft broom) for all broom colors, as well as 3" longer and 6" longer handles for select colors. We offer standard diameter handles (1-1/4", 28mm) for all broom colors, as well as a thinner, 1" (26mm) diameter handle, in select colors.

Is there any suggested maintenance to keep my broom working like new?

In general, there is very little adjustment or maintenance required, and the most common adjustment is a slight tightening of the piviot connector screw to adjust the pivot resistance. In rare cases, the inside surfaces of the pivot connectors may get a buildup of dirt, which could cause a slight squeaking noise or change in resistance. To clean the connectors, disassemble the head assembly by removing the screws and clean the inside surface of the plastic connectors so that any dark buildup is removed. A light sandpaper could be used to clean off the dirt if needed. Once clean, reassemble the broom and adjust the pivot assembly screw to the desired resistance.

What if my broom not locking into the sliding position?

If the broom head loses its distinctive snap-to-lock into the sliding positon, there are a few things to check. 1. Ensure that the faceplate is securely snapped to the head. 2. If Step 1 doesn't work, turn the faceplate 180˚. There are two locking features on the top of the faceplate, and one of them may be worn. 3. If Step 2 doesn't work, disassemble the pivot connectors and swap their positions. There is a small locking feature on each of the pivot connectors, so if one of them is showing wear, the other can be used. If the above steps do not improve the snap-to-lock sliding position, please email us at