Playground Rubber Tiles: Pros & Cons To Evaluate

When it comes to playgrounds, you have plenty of options to make it fun and enjoyable for kids to play in. Because they’re kids, you want them to be safe. Playground rubber tiles are simple, non-fussy, and easy, and we’ll tell you why rubber tiles are the best option for your playground flooring.

Safety of Rubber Tiles

Pros:

They Are Shock-absorbent

Our 2.5-inch tiles can resist falls from up to six feet, and our 4.25-inch tiles can go up to eight feet.

They Are Non-Slip Even When Wet

They Are ADA Compliant

Ideal for Sensitive Children

Provides Hassle-free Cleaning

Cons:

Installation of Rubber Tiles

The rubber tiles we use at adventureTURF measure 24 by 24 inches and can be trimmed to fit your area’s nooks and crannies. They come in two thicknesses, 2.5 inches and 4.25 inches, and are available in a variety of pleasant colors. They can also be custom-made to your desired pattern and design!

Pros:

They Are Great for Indoor Playgrounds

They Are Fun and Creative

They Are Smooth and Seamless

They Are Weather-proof

Cons:

Also, rubber tiles do not last forever. Make sure you swap the older ones for fresh, new ones to ensure that they are still providing optimal shock absorbency.

Cost of Rubber Tiles

Pros:

They Are Cost-effective

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Next Steps

If you’ve decided that rubber tiles are the best for your playground, contact us today for a quote. If you want to learn even more about rubber tile flooring from adventureTURF or other playground surfacing options, visit our site!

adventureTURF safety and playground surfacing is your turn-key park and playground rubber flooring installer in the United States.