Interlocking pavers by Warco – not only for play areas!
A video showing how easy the installation of rubber interlocking pavers is, presented by the talking horse
Rubber pavers are suitable not only for stable alleys, but also for play surfaces where a robust flooring is needed, for example areas with vehicle access – backyards, car ports, pedestrian areas, play streets, driving range on a golf course. They combine elasticity and fall protection with sturdiness.
Did you know that, with only basic DIY skills, you can build a professional playground surface with safety tiles, by yourself? Just follow this checklist! (And maybe ask a friend to help you )
✓ Plan your playground / play area / sports ground carefully – measure the area and the height of planned equipment.
✓ Prepare the subfloor: if the existing surface is concrete, asphalt or other bound (“hard”) subfloor, make sure it is fairly flat and rain water drains away (2 – 3% incline). In case it is uneven, try to level it with a fast-setting filler. If your existing subfloor is unbound, for example lawn/grass, or topsoil, your future playground surface will be much more durable if you prepare a compacted grit bedding before installing the tiles. Continue reading →