We Offer:

- Pool Edgings
- Underwater Emblems
- Dairy Barns
- Golf Courses
- Dog Kennels
- Basketball Courts
- Walkways
- Player Boxes
- Horse Stables
- Parks Arenas

We Can Customize:

- Hopscotch
- Outdoor Chess
- Outdoor Checkers
- Corporate Logos
- Underwater Emblems
- Customized Messages.

Safety Surfacing

We install pour-in-place safety surfacing, resilient mats, and flooring systems for a safe long wearing surface. Pour-In-Place seamless surfaces eliminate trip hazards and are in total compliance with ADA standards.

Key Benefits Include:

  • Compliant with current ADA handicap accessible requirements and ASTM fall height standards
  • Dry, Sanitary & Colorful Play Area
  • Virtually maintenance free, can be sprayed, swept, or blown clean.
  • Environmentally friendly; every square foot of safety surfacing uses approximately one rubber tire.

Surfacing is a duo-layer unitary synthetic surface. The base layer consists of shredded recycled rubber (tires) and a polyurethane binder. The half inch thick wearcoat consists of colored EPDM rubber coated with a polyurethane binder. Recycled tire material can be incorporated in the wearcoat to minimize cost. This creates a flexible, resilient and virtually indestructible surface that is adaptable to any design or architectural need.

Our tested surface will meet or exceed the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission's Guideline for Safety Surfaces as tested by ASTM'S Designation F 1292-93 Standard Specifications for Impact Attenuation of Surface Systems Under and Around Playground Equipment. Our surface has also been tested of H.I.C. Values per C.P.S.C. Regulations. Our seamless Pour-in-Place surface provides firm footing and traction for wheelchairs or other special walkers, and are in total compliance with the American Disabilities Act.

Safety Surfacing is also environmentally friendly. Every square foot of synthetic Resilient Surfacing uses approximately one rubber tire. (Varies according to thickness). Prevents soil erosion in sloping areas. Recycling tire rubber into new products is better than using them as fuel (burning). Most synthetic resilient surfaces are designed to handle more than 8" of rainfall per hour.