Playground Resurfacing are not only designed for fun, but also to develop children’s motor skills and creative imagination. However, playground injuries can be serious – a child falling onto the wrong surface could cause a concussion just as severe as those caused by a 40 MPH car accident or heading a soccer ball. To reduce the risk of head trauma, it’s essential that your playground surfacing be soft and thick enough to absorb the impact of falls.
Whether you’re looking for a durable, long-lasting, compliant, or low-maintenance surface, our team of experts will help you choose the right one for your unique needs. We will walk you through your options and make a recommendation that suits your design theme, critical fall height safety requirements, and budget.
Poured-in-place rubber surfacing is made up of an energy-absorbing material that’s poured into place at the site and then cured. This produces a seamless, solid surface that’s ADA-accessible and can accommodate people using wheelchairs.
Engineered Wood Fiber
Engineered wood fiber (EWF) is a popular, budget-friendly option that can be used in many locations and provides excellent fall protection. EWF is available in a range of colors, and can be used to add a sense of purpose and creativity to a playground by creating inlaid shapes and themed designs.
GT Impax bonded rubber surfaces are made from clean, recycled shredded rubber tires that are mixed with an adhesive compound and then applied to the playground surface in a seamless layer. This surfacing offers a wide variety of color options and is great for ADA accessibility, especially in contrasting shades.