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IS OUR NUMBER ONE CONCERN

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PROVIDING A SAFE PLAY ENVIRONMENT

No playground is complete without safety surfacing

At Soft Play, our greatest concern is the safety of the children playing on or around our playground equipment. An important aspect of providing a safe play environment is the installation of a high-quality, impact-absorbing surfacing. That’s why it’s important to have properly installed surfacing that meets current safety guidelines.

OUR SURFACING:

Pour-n-Place Rubber Surfacing
Pour-n-Place Rubber Surfacing
A uniquely customizable surfacing product that delivers on safety and durability. Mixed on site and troweled in place around the playground, this unitized solution can be color and pattern matched to suite your design.
Pour-In-Place

Mixed on site and troweled in place around the playground, this unitized solution can be color and pattern matched to suite your design or if desired, themed area.

Easily formed to geometric and organic shapes and colors. Pour-n-Place surfacing is a preferred product for many commercial owners.

For new construction, a recess area can be arranged to provide an even transition to finished surrounding floors or a gently sloped ramp that is ADA accessible can be formed for above grade locations.

Modular Tiles
Modular Tiles
A pre-manufactured, 2’ square tile that meets the needed safety guidelines. An economical solution with a variety of colors to choose from that can be mixed and match to create geometric patterns.
Modular Tiles
Great for existing locations for an above grade solution.

The 2’ modular tiles are linked together with subsurface clips that allow for singular tile replacement should one get damaged or stained. Tapered ramps boarder the accessible sides with use of ADA compliant ramps located at appropriate locations for ease of accessibility.

These modular tiles typically ship with the playground for installation immediately following the playground assembly and provide for a place and use option if timing is of concern.