Surfacing is a critical part of any playground installation with most items of playground equipment needing protection against falls. This shouldn’t be under estimated although that said we can’t wrap children up in cotton wool.

Surfacing comes in many different forms with the most effective and long lasting being wetpour rubber. Wetpour rubber is essentially granules of rubber (black or coloured) glued together to give a tarmac kind of textured finish. There are many companies out there who profess to be able to install this surfacing, however beware, it is not quite that simple, yes your local builder could install the surface for you but the chances of this being done correctly are slim. That’s why PMD install lots of surfacing for big professional building companies, they know and we know that this surfacing MUST be installed correctly.

Playground Markings Direct are one of the leading UK wetpour installers with quality being priority. For further information please contact us.

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