Utah’s Best Playground Safety Surfacing Company
Our company has developed itself as the go-to brand for playground equipment design and development from our decades of successful projects and satisfied customers. Our primary goal as an organization is to promote a sense of wonder in children through creative safety surfaces while also meeting their needs for inclusive play, regardless of capacity. We integrate relevant design concepts into our projects to meet all of a child’s needs and to create an atmosphere that allows all children to play harmoniously together. Best USA Safety Surfacing Experts in Utah (UT) is the company you can rely on to make your dreams come true. From management to construction, everyone on our team is committed to working with our clients to build a project that will benefit the children and their families.
Safety Surfacing Services Salt Lake City (UT)
When it comes to total value, creativity, and efficiency, our playground equipment is unrivaled in the industry. We have many options when it comes to safety surfacing. Colorful PIP rubberized surfacing, interlocking playground bricks, playground sand, engineered wood fiber, rubber nuggets, and shredded rubber are among the options.
Poured-In-Place Rubber West Valley City (UT)
Poured-in-place rubber is a form of smooth playground flooring made of tiny glued-together rubber granules. It is not a thin substance (like rubber mulch, wood chips, sand, or dirt). The more rubber surfacing you want, the more expensive it will be, but it will result in a better, safer playground. Our poured-in-place rubber playground surfacing is long-lasting, low-maintenance, and cost-effective. Best USA Safety Surfacing Experts in Utah (UT) has finished poured-in-place rubber installations throughout the state of Utah (UT). We use only the best EPDM granules, and our patented binders are UV-resistant and weather-resistant, making them suitable for your state’s weather and seasonal changes. The material is mixed on-site and can be used to create an entry point for existing playgrounds, retrofit existing play areas, or fill new playgrounds with high-quality rubber surfacing that doesn’t move out of place when stepped on.
Bonded Rubber West Jordan (UT)
And those who prefer the clean, formal look of tile will benefit from a safety surface system. The use of blue and green rubber tiles, for example, in a park creates an ordered yet visually stimulating look that draws attention to the main attraction: the playground equipment. When it comes to designing a playground, our products encourage designers and architects to think outside the box. Because of the variety of surface structures available, we consider all factors such as context, topography, community needs, and aesthetic appeal. Each product is designed to withstand the rigors of regular outdoor usage, including UV ray damage.
Rubber Tiles Provo (UT)
Straight-edged rubber tiles have a continuous rubber board and are simple to build. They are excellent options for indoor flooring, and they are available in a range of colors and geometric designs to add appeal. Tiles have a long lifespan and are simple to replace if one falls. Ramps, bevels, and corners are some of the finishing choices. Our rubber floor tiles are simple to maintain and are ideal for high-traffic areas. They are made of interlocking rubber and come in a variety of solid colors. Tile flooring is suitable for use in playgrounds, gyms, and other indoor settings. Our recycled rubber playground tiles are manufactured in the United States and have fall heights of 4, 6, and 8 feet, making them enjoyable for children. Rubber playground tiles contribute to the reduction of 2.5 tires in landfills.
Synthetic Grass Orem (UT)
Synthetic grass can be used in a variety of environments, including children’s play areas. Synthetic grass is hypoallergenic and simple to clean, making it an excellent option for children’s play areas because it is less muddy than natural grass and reduces the chance to get injured from drops than carpet. It is also ideal for people with allergies because there are no grass spores or dust mites to contend with. In terms of soil preparation, a good durable sub-base is required; your artificial grass should always be constructed on an aggregate and smooth sand base. Until setting down the sub-base and artificial turf, make sure to remove 60-80mm of soil. This will ensure that the installation goes smoothly.
Synthetic Turf Sandy (UT)
Synthetic fields have many advantages over natural turf fields, which require a lot of upkeep, water, and chemical fertilizers. Synthetic fields provide a more uniform playing surface and make it fun to play games on them at any time of day or night. If well maintained, the fields will last for several years, saving water, money on irrigation, and chemical costs. Synthetic turf may be laid on top of concrete, clay, or a well-compacted aggregate foundation. A cushion layer can be made from synthetic turf. It must have a cushion layer with a proper depth of approximately 2” to 4” to achieve a fall height ranking. The optimal fall height rating determines the depth of the cushion sheet.
Bonded Rubber Mulch St. George (UT)
Bonded rubber mulch is a single-layer product made entirely of recycled rubber! Bonded rubber mulch gives your playground an aesthetically pleasing and natural feel while requiring less maintenance than a poured-in-place surface. Bonded rubber mulch is non-toxic and suitable for use in the presence of children and animals. Rubber mulch is a suitable loose-fill surfacing medium for use on commercial playgrounds, according to a Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) playground safety surfacing guideline. Wood chips, Pour and Play, sand, pea gravel, and other playground surfacing materials are all better, longer-lasting, cleaner, and less expensive than bonded rubber mulch. The EPA recommends bonded rubber mulch because it is ADA compliant, IPEMA approved, and safe for children and the environment.
EPDM Rubber Ogden (UT)
Are you looking for a surfacing solution for your neighborhood playground that is clean, beautiful, low-maintenance, and affordable? Playground surfacing that has been poured in place is an excellent way to keep your children safe while they play. This substance is composed of tiny rubber particles that are applied in two layers to provide optimum protection. On top of the pour-in-place rubber, the surface can get a color layer made of EPDM flakes, with a bottom layer made of bulkier rubber scraps for shock absorption. This surfacing approach is more appealing to people who want to save money on maintenance and other expenses. Unlike sand, mulch, and loose-fill rubber, this playground surfacing does not require raking or replacement. This long-term solution incorporates ADA accessibility, safety, and a variety of exclusive color and design choices.