Wet Pour Surfaces

A popular surface for playgrounds, Wet Pour Surfaces are manufactured using a blended mix of rubber granules bound together with polyurethane resin. This creates a smooth, durable and comfy under-foot surfacing that is extremely safe and highly impact absorbing, ideal for children to run around on. It can be installed on existing tarmac, concrete or MOT type 1 stone base and can be made in any shape available in a wide range of colours to make it an aesthetically pleasing addition to any outdoor play area.

Wet pour surfaces are often referred to as soft play surfacing and although it is most commonly used in schools, it is widely used across many types of recreational areas. It also has a number of benefits over wood chip surfacing such as being more resilient, longer-lasting and being much easier to maintain. This is because wet pour doesn’t move around and become thin in high-traffic areas such as around swings and slides whereas wood chips can do.

Maintaining Wet Pour Surfaces: Tips for Longevity and Safety

Maintenance of a wet pour surface is simple, a regular hose down or going over with a leaf blower is all that is required to keep it looking good. However, regular inspections are important to identify and address any damage quickly to ensure the surface performs as expected into the long term.

Wet pour surfaces are often made from recycled materials, for example, recycled lorry tires, helping to reduce environmental impact. They are also known for their longevity which means they don’t need replacing as frequently as other surfacing options, further reducing their environmental impact.

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