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What is a Pour-in-Place Rubber Surface? Poured-in-Place is a 2 layer surfacing system consisting of a basemat of 100% post-consumer recycled SBR (Styrene Butadiene Rubber) and polyurethane and a top surface consisting of recycled post-industrial EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) rubber and polyurethane. Its easily customized to meet the safety, design and aesthetic requirements of any playground. At Oracle Building Contractors, we can design a surface in almost any shape in 16 different colors.
Why do you need a safety surface? Per the CDC's Home &
Recreation Safety, each year in the United States emergency
departments treat more than 200,000 children ages 14 and
younger for playground-related injuries. About 45% of these injuries
are severe–fractures, internal injuries, concussions and dislocations. Many of these injuries may have been provented with the installation of a safety surface like the Pour-in-Place Rubber Surface.
At Oracle Building Contractors, we can customize your Pour-in-Place Rubber Suface in almost any design and color. Each surface is installed by our trained designers that understand the quality and standards that we both expect. Each surface is hand layed and spread to insure the best quality and safety for your playground or sports area. Pour-in-Place Rubber Surfaces can come any combination of 16 colors to meet your needs.
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