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To explain it simply, Poured-in-Place is a two-layer structure made entirely of polyurethane and post-consumer recycled Styrene Butadiene Rubber and the upper layer surface is made of aromatic or aliphatic urethane binder and TPV Granule or recycled post-industrial EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer). The deeper you need the rubber surfacing, the more expensive it will be, but the better the playground will be in the end. PIP is also known as poured in place rubber, wet pour rubber, rubber playground turf, bonded rubber block, or a playground foam pad. Aside from being clean, poured-in-place rubber is a very sleek alternative with nearly unlimited color choices.

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When referring to poured-in-place rubber, you have lots of choices, from the standard blacktop to personalized mascot colors of your choice. We will fully customize it to meet the physical design requirements, or for a bigger area or walkways across the playground. Wearing courses are traditionally made of standard Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer rubber granules, but you are able to switch to Thermoplastic Vulcanizates (TPV) granules in two parts. Urethane can be improved for greater UV resistance and flexibility.

For additional safety in these heavy traffic environments, standard poured-in-place installations provide protection for slide exits and under swings. Poured-in-place rubber alternatives are also accessible for underwater spaces. PIP rubber has a porous nature that allows it to dry easily.

Seamless Surface.

Seamless surface is a safe, smooth playground safety surface that comes in an infinite number of style and color choices. The seamless surface rubber surfacing is porous, non-slip, long-lasting, low-maintenance, and ADA compliant. Depending on the options chosen, the estimated cost of poured-in-place rubber is about $10-$15 per square meter. As for every playground surface, there are advantages and disadvantages of using it for playgrounds.

Durable Rubber.

Durable Rubber- Porous, sturdy rubber is used to build safety from the ground up. This ADA-compliant floor is self-contained, causing no loose particles to escape into pockets or shoes while enabling a clear, clean, and low-maintenance surface for children to play on. The fact that natural rubber contains latex (a skin sensitizer), studies reveal that interaction with poured-in-place surfacing products causes no skin discomfort.

Very Economical.

Our PIP rubber is mainly used for playgrounds, but it still has numerous uses in theme parks and childcare centers. PIP is a cost-effective option because it can be implemented easily and effectively, saving money on labor costs. This flat surface is long-lasting and allows wheelchair-bound children easy access.

Great Protection For Our Children.

Poured-In-Place Rubber protects children from scrapes and other cuts. Uneven surfaces with possible tripping hazards may arise from playground surfaces that are tiled.

Easy To Clean.

What is the best way to disinfect soft fall rubber? A low-pressure water cleaner on the fan setting or a broom may be used to clean dirt and debris from time to time, particularly during the autumn months.

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Seamless Surface.

Poured rubber is a kind of playground flooring that is smooth and made up of very tiny rubber granules that are adhered together. Seamless surface rubber combines all of the benefits of conventional rubber mulch with none of the drawbacks of loose fill. Seamless surfacing is an ideal option for lowering repair costs over the life of the playground.

We Use Recycled Materials,

Broward County Safety Surfacing rubber surfacing is a leading playground surfacing device manufactured from recycled materials that are built-in thicknesses ranging from 1-1/2′′ to 4-1/2′′ and are engineered to withstand impact from specific fall heights. Poured in place rubber is made up of two layers thanks to a unique two-step technique. It is not sloppy (like rubber mulch, wood chips, sand, or dirt).

Long-lasting Surface.

Poured-In-Place Rubber is an environmentally friendly and long-lasting choice that will provide you with everything you need on a safe surface. The surface offers overall consistent fall defense and can be conveniently configured to suit your playground’s safety, architecture, and aesthetic specifications. The rubber surfacing is long-lasting and can be customized for schools or parks.

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Maintenance Free.

Broward County Safety Surfacing offers low-maintenance surfaces that will last for several years. When it comes to playgrounds, protection and ADA functionality are important features to provide, and poured-in-place rubber, also known as PIP rubber, is a popular alternative for safety surfacing. It is made up of two layers: the bottom layer is made up of shredded rubber, and the top layer is made up of colorful rubber granules.

Great Impact Absorption. 

There are no changes or seams in PIP rubber, resulting in an even discharge. The surface layer may be defined in one or more colors, and the impact layer provides impact absorption for a full skilled installation. Our playground surfaces are both fully inclusive and ADA compliant. Broward County Safety Surfacing is a pioneer in the field of playground safety surfacing.

How Much Does It Cost?


The cost of wet pour rubber may seem to be high at first, but this is offset by the product’s long life. Rubber flooring for the home costs between $1 and $15 per square foot. Poured rubber surfaces are the most costly, costing between $7 and $15 per square meter. This price will be increased by experimenting with various graphics and color schemes.

Does Rubber Flooring Absorb Sound?

Its acoustic advantages are primarily derived from its backing plate, which not only insulates against sound but also protects against mold and mildew. Commercial rubber flooring is well-known for its ability to sustain sound. Furthermore, it slips -, mold-, and mildew-resistant.

How Long Does Rubber Floor Smell Last?


Allow it to air dry and ensure adequate ventilation. This may need to be repeated several times until you are comfortable with the result. This would alleviate the sting of heavy rubber odors. The smell will usually disappear after 30 days.

Broward County Safety Surfacing provides dependable, professional, and trustworthy surfaces throughout the US. Call us now for a free quote or email us if you have any questions regarding our products and services.