Miami-Dade County's Best Poured-In-Place Rubber Installation Services
The number of classrooms, public playgrounds, and parks with play areas are considering PIP (Poured-In-Place Rubber Surfacing). PIP Rubber is a visually pleasing and long-lasting PIP material. In addition, the surface is hygienic and long-lasting. From our inception, we have provided the highest quality solutions, and our portfolio currently includes the development of over two million square feet of protected surfaces and outdoor areas. Miami-Dade County Safety Surfacing not only easily installs our equipment, but we also use our skills to inspect the existing playground surfaces and ensure that they meet the required safety and quality standards.
School systems, mosques, the community, and a number of other organizations have also used PIP rubber. Miami-Dade County Safety Surfacing will be happy to discuss your options with you. Give us a call today for more details and a no-obligation quote! To create a seamless safety surface, our experienced in-house construction team custom mixes PIP surfacing on-site. The market standard for assessing the accessibility of surface systems under and around playground equipment is met by our surfacing.
Here Are A Few Questions Which We Usually Get every day.
What Is PIP Rubber Surfacing For Playgrounds?
PIP rubber is a kind of smooth playground flooring made up of tiny rubber granules that have been glued together. Rubber mulch, wood chips, sand, and gravel are not among the materials used.
What Other Names Do People Use For Poured-in-place Rubber?
Although PIP rubber surfacing is the most widely used and reliable term in the industry, it is also classified as rubberized playground flooring, wet pour rubber surfacing, playground flooring, and poured rubber flooring.
Snow shovels with plastic blades are suggested for keeping the soil clean and in good condition. Ice melt or frozen floors are the only ways to save from freezing. In the spring, pressure washing will clear the majority of stains and particles. Sand is not recommended since it will clog the pores and reduce the porosity of the soil.
Can We Install The Rubber Ourselves?
It is not advised because installation necessitates experience and precise mixing ratios. By far the most costly aspect of the installation is the commodity (rather than the labor cost).
Poured-in-Place is a two-layer construction consisting of entirely polyurethane and post-consumer recycled Styrene Butadiene Rubber, with an aromatic or aliphatic urethane binder and TPV Granule or recycled post-industrial EPDM on the upper layer surface (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer). The more rubber surfacing you need, the more costly, but the better the playground will be in the end. Miami-Dade County Safety Surfacing will fully adapt it to suit the playground’s physical design needs, whether that is a larger space or walkways around the playground. For underwater spaces, pour-in-place rubber alternatives are also available. The brittle aspect of PIP rubber causes it to dry quickly.
A seamless surface is a clear, polished playground protection surface that is available in an endless variety of styles and colors. The porous, non-slip, long-lasting, low-maintenance seamless surface rubber surfacing is ADA compliant.
Porous, durable rubber is used to build protection from the ground up. This ADA-compliant floor is self-contained, so no loose particles fall into pockets or shoes, and children will play on a smooth, tidy, and low-maintenance surface.
Our PIP rubber is mostly used in playgrounds, but it still has a wide range of applications in amusement parks and childcare facilities.
Easy To Clean.
What is the most effective method for disinfecting soft fall rubber? Cleaning dirt and debris with a low-pressure water cleaner on the fan setting or a broom may be done from time to time, particularly during the autumn months.
We Use Recycled Materials.
Miami-Dade County Safety Surfacing rubber surfacing is a common playground surfacing option made from recycled materials. It comes in thicknesses varying from 1-1/2′′ to 4-1/2′′ and is designed to withstand impact from a variety of fall heights.
Poured-in-place rubber is a long-lasting and environmentally sustainable option that will provide you with anything you need from a safe surface.
Great Impact Absorption.
PIP rubber has no modifications or seams, resulting in an even discharge. The impact layer offers impact absorption for a complete professional installation, and the surface layer may be identified in one or more colors.
Does Rubber Flooring Absorb Sound?
The backing layer, which not only insulates from sound but also defends against mold and mildew, is the source of its acoustic benefits.
How Long Does Rubber Floor Smell Last?
Allow for proper ventilation and air drying. This can be done many times before you are satisfied with the result. Strong rubber odors will be less as a result of this. After 30 days, the odor generally goes.
- Durable Rubber. The fact that natural rubber produces latex (a skin sensitizer), tests show that there is no skin discomfort when it interacts with poured-in-place surfacing items. PIP is a cost-saving solution since it is simple and effective to execute, lowering labor costs. This flat surface is long-lasting and provides better access for wheelchair-bound children.
- Seamless Surface. Poured rubber is a form of smooth playground flooring made of tiny rubber granules that have been glued together.
- Maintenance Free. Rubber safety surfacing is a long-lasting, low-maintenance choice. When it comes to playground protection and ADA accessibility, poured-in-place rubber, also known as PIP rubber, is a common safety surfacing choice. Shredded rubber makes up the bottom sheet, while shiny rubber granules make up the top layer. Poured rubber is also known as rubber playground turf, pour-in-place rubber (PIP), wet pour rubber, playground foam pad, or a bonded rubber block. In addition to being clean, PIP rubber is a fashionable option with almost limitless color options.
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Locations We Serve
We offer the above surfacing services at the following locations within Florida: