Installation of rubber pavers – video

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.

A checklist for a safe playground surface

DIY installation of playground rubber mats - a guideline for a safe playground surface

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

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