Rubber surface has become a great substitute to mulch given the fact that it is maintenance free and come in a variety of colors that can be combined to produce different surface designs. During the installation is done properly, the rubber surface can stay in place for ten years or more.
Adding Rubber Surfacing For Playground
Before installing the rubber turf, there are some steps that need to be taken. First, all the remains that there is a playground should be removed. Such materials may include gravel, mulch and sand.
While this may be useful alone, they can easily destabilize the rubber surface – installed a safety surface over another does not cause safety heighted in the final outcome.
To keep the material from settling into the ground below, blocking substance should be used to cover the area cleaned up after the border had to be made. Barrier not only prevents the rubber from settling to the ground but also will keep weeds from infiltrating and disrupting the stability and thickness of the rubber.
When it comes to treatment, the rubber surface does not need a lot of work but with continued use, mulch can move towards the edge and for this reason, it is important to rake in monthly surface.
This will help control the material so that it remains in a place where it is needed most. Rubber surface is soft, durable and flexible, and they make sure that young people are protected should they fall from playground equipment while on the playground.