A popular surface type for playgrounds is wetpour rubber flooring which absorbs impact and can be installed in a range of colours and graphic designs.
Wetpour play surfacing can be installed with graphics to create educational designs and activities which children of all ages can enjoy.
We have many years of experience in installing rubber play area surfaces and would be happy to discuss designs and prices with you to help create the perfect outdoor surface for your school or nursery.
We are Playground Rubber Flooring, we provide wet pour rubber flooring which absorbs impact and can be installed in a range of colours and graphic designs to create educational designs and activities which children of all ages can enjoy. If you'd like to install a brand new playground rubber flooring, our friendly and experienced team are here to help.
The wet pour EPDM surfacing is the most common of the two playground rubber flooring types and is used as the surface for a large number of playgrounds across the UK. Wet pour surfacing is made up of rubber-crumb which is mixed together with a binder to create a soft, impact-absorbing playground surface which comes in many colours.
This surface can be installed on two different types of sub-base, including a solid porous sub base and the MOT type 1 stone sub-base. Despite the MOT type 1 being the more common sub-base to use for EPDM surfacing, we prefer to use the solid porous type due to it being smoother and easier to apply. This surfacing will be excellent for all-weather use, as wet pour is much more suited to use in the rain than a grass play area would be.
The types of facilities which would use this flooring include nurseries, primary schools, kindergartens and public parks near me. These are areas where children will be running around and playing on different equipment, so it's vital to have a safe surface in case they fall.
To find out more about the various surfaces available, please click here http://www.playgroundflooring.org.uk/surfacing/ The different coloured designs and graphics also help to create a fun and exciting outdoor space where many activities can be done to develop skills and keep fit.
The shock pad for it is created entirely from recycled SBR rubber crumb (Styrene Butadiene Rubber) and then mixed together with a resin binder. This system must meet the CFH (Critical fall height) and BS EN 1177 criteria which ensure that the children’s safety is a priority, and these requirements must be between 30 and 150mm in thickness depending on the facility in question.
This helps to prevent any serious injury that may occur from a fall onto the surfacing and therefore is a very important part of the surfacing. Other specifications such as bonded rubber mulch flooring can also be used as an impact absorbing safety surfacing for children's playgrounds. To learn more about rubber mulch please have a look at this page http://www.playgroundflooring.org.uk/rubber-mulch/ Here you can learn about the various colours and specs available for play bark.
Please contact one of our experts through the enquiry form if you've got any questions about our services or the costs to install playground rubber flooring. Each project will be completely unique and therefore the specifications and prices do vary, we'd be happy to discuss your budget and offer a quote which suits you.
Rubber safety surfaces are an ideal option for a number of schools and parks closest to you. Our specialists are fully trained and qualified to carry out surface installation so are sure to provide you with results that are ideal for what you have to offer.
Whether you are looking to install rubber mulch or Wetpour, our team have all the right equipment and tools to achieve the best standards. Putting a child's safety first is crucial in a number of schools and clubs which is why we always recommend you consider all the playground surfaces that we have to offer. Talk to our team if you'd like to find out more information and receive further information by filling out the enquiry form provided.
The other main type of play area rubberised surfacing is the bonded rubber mulch. This flooring is fantastic for those with an existing grass play-area that becomes muddy during rainy weather, as this surface is installed over the existing grass area to ensure the flooring is usable all year round.
This surfaces type acts as a much cheaper alternative than installing full wet pour EPDM rubber, and also makes the environment a lot safer for children who could potentially fall from the playground equipment and injure themselves. To learn more about outdoor surfacing, please click here http://www.playgroundflooring.org.uk/outdoor-surface/ By having soft play surfacing at nurseries and schools, kids can be protected for injuries if they fall or trip over.
There is a playground surface which is created from rubber bark chippings which are then bound together using PU polymer to ensure the material is strong and porous, helping for all weather conditions.
As well as this, the play area surfaces are available in a wide variety of colours, allowing you to ensure that your bonded rubberised mulch matches your playground exactly how you want it to. This flooring is excellent for those who look for cost-effective playground surfaces that ensure the safety of the children remains a priority whilst being usable all year round due to its porous qualities.
If you are unsure about what playground surface you should get installed in your facility, make sure you get you to speak to one of our specialists. It all depends on what your floor is going to be used for, the standards it has to meet and the requirements which are needed.
The common flooring installed at play-areas is wet pour, rubberised mulch, grass matting and loose bark. Each of these floor options has benefits and it will vary on your facilities uses.
If you are interested in having this specialist safety surface installed at your school, nursery or kindergarten facility please contact us today. We have a huge range of designs available and our team would be happy to send you some professional advice with regards to costs and previous case studies.
Simply send over your details by filling in the enquiry form and we'll come back to you as soon as we can.