A Playground Mat Provides A Safe Surface For Your Children To Play On
The days of children playing on playground equipment above a sandbox are long gone - replaced by a better and safer material so your children will not seriously injure themselves. In the place of sand, playground manufactures have created a variety of different playground mat options which give your kids a smooth, cushy surface where they can play around without getting scraped up or hurting themselves too badly. If a child takes a fall from a loft playground piece, they will simply be deflected off of the cushioned surface of the playground mat instead of getting all scraped up by the sand of a sandbox.
One of the most popular playground mat options is the Bounce Control Safety Surface. This synthetic product is extremely easy to install into nearly any shape thanks to its interlocking edges. The tiles are created from a special type of rubber which has been formulated to be completely weather, heat and cold resistant. To make sure your children do not accidentally trip while on the mat, the designers have included a special design for extra traction. You can purchase the Bounce Control Safety Surface tiles in any of four colors, each of which is completely interchangeable with the rest.
Another popular playground mat which you can purchase for your backyard playground is the Force Field Safety Surface. Unlike the previous system, Force Field playground mat comes as one large piece in either five, eight or ten foot squares. You can almost seamlessly join squares together and easily cut them to form any shape you wish. This playground mat is held to the ground thanks to specially designed pegs which dig several inches deep for a super strong hold. The Force Field Safety Surface's pride however, is the fact that is extremely flexible, making it feel like you are walking on air and providing your child with the utmost amount of safety while he or she plays.
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