Poured In Place Rubber
Unitary Playground Safety Surface
Poured in place rubber playground surfacing from PlaygroundSurfacing.com is designed to be durable, low maintenance and cost effective. Our team of expert installers has completed installations of poured in place rubber all over the United States and even on rooftops! We only use the highest quality EPDM granules from Germany and our proprietary binders are made to be resilient against UV damage.
With the flexibility that poured in place rubber surfacing offers, it can be used for a variety of installations, including playgrounds, entry ways, exercise areas, walking trails and anywhere else a non slip, soft surface may be beneficial. Although this surface was originally designed for playgrounds, its benefits have been realized and it is commonly used elsewhere now.
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Certified ProductsAll of our surfacing products are third party certified to meet CPSC, ASTM and IPEMA standards for quality.
No Guess WorkOur playground surfacing experts will design the perfect system for you, taking care of the details for you.
Safety GuaranteedAll of our surfacing products are tested to make sure the meet or exceed ASTM, IPEMA and CPSC safety requirements.
Professional InstallationGuaranteed hassle free professional playground surfacing installation by our licensed and experienced surfacing installers.
Poured in Place Rubber Surfacing
Durable, Affordable Rubber Surfacing
Poured in place rubber playground safety surfacing is both beautiful and durable. The key to a great poured in place rubber surface that lasts is expert installation and quality products, at PlaygroundSurfacing.com; we provide both. We are able to do intricate designs and beautiful custom layouts using our poured in place rubber products. All of our poured in place rubber surfacing installations are ADA compliant and meet or exceed ASTM 1292 standards. It is important that only professionals install your poured in place rubber playground surfacing, ensuring that the proper base materials, slopes, products and drainage have been considered.
Durable ConstructionOur poured in place rubber systems are designed to be durable and withstand frequent use and abuse.
Seamless InstallationWhen correctly installed, poured in place rubber is a smooth and seamless playground safety surface product.
Low MaintenancePoured in place rubber is virtually maintenance free after installation, saving you time, hassle and money.
Benefits of Poured In Place Rubber
Poured in place rubber playground surfacing is the newest and greatest innovation in playground surfacing to date. Poured in place rubber takes all of the strengths of traditional rubber mulch and has none of the weaknesses of a loose fill. Using a unique two step process, poured in place rubber consists of two layers. The bottom layer is composed of shredded rubber, the top layer of colorful rubber granules. The rubber is joined with a polyurethane binder.
Once the layers have dried and appropriately cured, the result is a smooth solid surface with the same impact absorbing properties as rubber mulch; without the hassle of a loose fill playground surfacing material. Poured in place rubber allows for intricate designs, patterns, lines and curves; as well as inlaid images and shapes. Poured in place rubber is by far the most attractive playground surface currently available. Poured in place rubber is known to last in excess of 20 + years.
Answers to Common Playground Surfacing Questions
There are a lot of factors that affect the price of a poured in place surfacing system. The price can vary drastically depending on what sub surface is used, how thick the system needs to be, colors and site preparation requirements just to name a few. The best thing to do would be to let us provide a quote for you so that we make sure you are getting accurate pricing.
Yes, poured in place rubber will get hot when exposed for long periods to heat and sunlight. It does not retain heat however in the way that other surfaces would, like for instance asphalt.
There are a variety of factors that will affect how long a poured in place rubber surfacing system will last, the most important of these being the quality of the product, the experience of the installer, UV exposure and maintenance. The average life span for most surfaces is around 10 years.