Repair Rubber Mulch Now to Prevent Further Damage

As winter approaches now is the best time for a final playground inspection. Repairing issues now will prevent further damage that will have to be repaired next spring.

Pour in Place playgrounds that have holes should be filled immediately to prevent ice from further damaging the wear layer or the base layer or both.

As playgrounds wear, tears and divits in the poured in place surface are going to naturally occur.  Loose fill mulch should be inspected for overall depth and topped off ahead of winter so that when the weather breaks the playground is ready to go.

Another safety and maintenance issue can be holes under swings and slides where children drag their feet.  An easy and cost effective solution is to use our swing mats to prevent ruts from forming.

A little planning now can prevent last minute rush repairs in the spring.

Winter’s End Brings Playground Problems

As the snow melts, playground and daycare providers are finding that their play areas have been ravaged this winter.  Some of the hardest hit are bonded rubber mulch play surfaces that have been affected by hard freezes.  Potholes, torn patches, and divits are now a problem and luckily we have a cost effective DIY solution.

Our ready to use pour in place repair kits are extremely popular as our customers do not have to call a repair crew, schedule a playground closing, and can save money.

Available in most popular colors and ready to play on after an overnight cure.

Information here and pricing direct here.