There are many factors to consider when deciding what type of surfacing would be the best option. A few important factors include: budget, type of playground equipment, and location. Contact one of our playground professionals to learn more about what surfacing might work best for you!
Pour In Place Rubber Surfaces
ADA approved, unitary rubber surfacing is a great option for playgrounds for many reasons. Pour-In-Place (PIP) or Bonded Rubber can reduce maintenance cost and also add color and style to the look of your playground.
All unitary rubber surfacing is professionally installed to meet ASTM and fall height requirements. PIP and Bonded Rubber provide a non-slip, handicap accessible playground surface that is enjoyable for everyone who uses it. Our rubber surfacing is also made of recycled materials!
Rubber Surfacing Design & Install
Because of the endless shapes and sizes that playgrounds come in, rubber safety surfacing’s ability to fit and follow fall zones and incorporate different shapes and colors within the surfacing design is one of the added benefits to its many positive traits. No matter the shape and size, unitary rubber surfacing is installed over a stable foundation and (with a little planning and foresight) can be designed to help with remediating drainage issues a playground area might encounter.