Poured-in-Place Surface vs. Rubber Safety Tiles – Which Option is Best? Rubber playground surfacing has become the most popular solution to enhancing playground safety. There are two main types of
As a company that installs poured-in-place playground surfacing and rubber tile playground and safety surfacing, of course we think wood chips should be off of every playground. However, it’s not
Not so long ago, playgrounds were fairly dangerous places for children to play. Monkey bars and climbing towers 10 feet tall, everything made of metal that gets hot in the
Rainbow Child Care Center has recently contracted the services of adventureTURF to install poured in place surfaces on playgrounds at each of the seven new child care center sites they have opened. The surfaces are planned to be installed on the each of the center’s play areas for children age two to five and children age six to 12.
There is no playground surface that is completely 100% maintenance free—not even poured in place rubber playground surfaces. Probably the most common misconception with rubber playground surface is that it
Poured in place playground surfacing materials require a binding agent to bind the materials together for safety and durability. There are primarily two different types of binders used in poured
How to pay for that new playground? The playground grants resource list. Most often, the first thing we talk about with prospective new playground surfacing customers and local community organizations
Without question, the most important thing to think about when considering options for your playground or playground surfacing is whether or not the playground is safe. Playgroundsafety.org is a great
Despite what many people may believe, poured in place rubber surface is not 100% maintenance-free. Of course, it’s a lot easier than maintaining wood chips as a playground safety surface.