Resilient Playground Surfacing

Safe playgrounds require resilient surfacing. One of the most important aspects of a safe playground is the resilient surfacing that is found under and around it. We have several different types of surfacing available for playgrounds that have been tested to meet the ASTM guidelines for safety as well as the ADA guidelines for accessibility.

 

 

Surfacing Options

 
 
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Poured-In-Place Rubber

 

IPEMA Certified to meet critical fall heights up to 13 feet per ASTM F-1292, this durable surfacing is poured on site to create a safe and ADA accessible play surface. Available in several colors and combinations, customizable, and made from recycled materials.

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Loose-Fill Rubber

 

IPEMA certified for fall heights up to 16 feet per ASTM F1292, this durable surfacing is made from 100% recycled rubber and meets ADA accessibility standards. Non-toxic, prevents weed growth while inhibiting mold and fungi growth to reduce allergy risk.

 
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Engineered Wood Fiber

Treatment-free North American hardwoods create a play surface compliant with safety and accessibility regulations. When properly installed, wood fiber surfacing can last 3-5 years.

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Synthetic Grass

Safe for fall heights 4-10 feet and made of 100% recycled materials, this turf option offers an ADA compliant play space with a natural appearance that lasts.

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Rubber Tiles

IPEMA certified to meet critical fall heights up to 10 feet (when installed with the addition of Ecore Plyfoam panels below tiles), this ADA accessible option is made from recycled rubber.