The workload for surfaces in primary and secondary schools is different than surfaces in child care centres.
Child care centres deal with younger and less heavy children as compared to schools and, as such, teh wear and tear on school playground surfaces is much greater.
Our designers pay particular attention to the following problems and attempt to eliminate them when designing surfaces for schools.
- Loose material displacement from below play equipment.
- Hidden foreign objects such as needles embedded in play surfaces.
- Maintenance problems caused by topping up loose materials.
- Dog and cat faeces.
- Site drainage and wet weather problems.
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