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In today’s market, there are many options available for playground surfacing — mulch, synthetic wood chips, rubber mulch, sand, pea gravel, poured-in-place systems, rubber tiles, and synthetic turf systems are the most common. When evaluating these different options, there are a lot of factors to consider — safety, consistency, maintenance, design and, appearance are the most important.

  • Safety

  • Beautiful year-round toughness

  • Excellent drainage

  • No maintenance


PlayBound™ TurfTop™ compliments a park setting or green environment nicely. It resists wear and tear from heavy foot traffic so it looks like perfectly-groomed grass all the time. It allows a free flow of water, enabling the playground to be used immediately following heavy rain. It’s extremely durable, so you can expect a long life even in high-traffic areas.


The resilient basemat provides great shock absorption at areas needed most, and doesn’t dish out at swings and sliding boards. Wheelchairs and walking aids can negotiate the playground without difficulty, thus conforming to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and ASTM F-1951 Determination of Playground Surface Accessibility.

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