Rubber Tile Services
Rubber tiles are an excellent alternative. They are slip-resistant and keep you cooler than most surfaces, even in the heat of summer. There are premium multicolored tiles, personalized edging options, and ADA-accessible ramp tiles to choose from. Rubber tiles are also used as a deck plane on rooftops. Rubber tiles are eye-catching and bring artistic interest to a deck or playground. Tile mats often serve as a form of defense. This recycled rubber tile decreases the risk and maintenance associated with dislocated loose fill products.
Ideal for those who are chemically sensitive. Broward County Safety Surfacing only uses quality rubber made from natural materials, as well as EPDM rubber (which helps the surface withstand cracking due to extreme temperatures and weather) and SBR rubber (which helps the surface stay flat and supple). Steel, wood, harsh chemicals, and other irritants are not present in these components. The rubber’s porous aspect retains a non-slip surface even though it is soaked with moisture. Contact Broward County Safety Surfacing today to learn more about these recycled rubber pavers and how they can be used. We would gladly provide you with a quote on a particular project at any time.
Our Rubber Tiles Are Durable.
Broward County Safety Surfacing rubber tiles have a long-lasting and surprisingly robust recycled rubber granular surface for years of safe playground play. Our playground tiles are made of recycled rubber and come in a variety of bright colors that can be combined to create a variety of shapes. Rubber tiles provide a safe playing surface for sports fields.
Are Rubber Tiles Safe?
Rubber flooring is thought to be safe. In particular, 110 research studies on recycled rubber have been conducted, and none have found a related health risk. Our rubber tiles are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This ensures that they are wheelchair-accessible and suitable for children with physical disability restrictions.
Great Safety Standards.
Broward County Safety Surfacing rubber tiles withstand shock. The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), the organization that establishes industry safety guidelines, assures that the tiles we use are suitable for falls ranging from 6 feet (for 2.5-inch rubber tiles) to 8 feet (for 4.25-inch tiles). Our rubber tiles feature a 3mm proprietary, premanufactured top wear layer that allows for virtually unlimited style options. The tile also has an interlocking pin scheme that makes installation easy.
Play And Safety Are Important.
Broward County Safety Surfacing is concerned for the welfare of children at play. The sensation of running, climbing, and dropping that can injure children is absorbed by these rubber tiles. Outdoor rubber tiles are versatile, whether they are used to keep children happy at a playground or as part of a landscaping scheme to build pathways or boundaries.
We Have Unique Products.
Looking for a safer, comfortable flooring solution for your pool or a client’s playground? This unique piece, combined with the design of our time-tested, pigmented tiles, provides an eye-catching appearance with excellent shock absorption, long-term longevity, and ease of maintenance. Tiles are a low-cost, maintenance-free alternative that can last up to five years, making them an excellent choice for schools and parks.
What A Great Option.
Rubber tiles are designed to keep children happy and can be used to create a safe play space. So, if you want to build an inclusive playground for all children, this is one of your best choices. They are usually made of sturdier materials such as composite rubber, with a sheet of plastic material underneath to keep them in place.
Keeping Children Safe.
Playground tiles are designed to keep children happy when they are using playgrounds, jungle gyms, and outdoor play courts. One of the main reasons we recommend rubber tiling for places that would be used when damp — such as a pool deck or a playground following a rain shower — is its non-slip properties. Interlocking tiles are useful in that they can be used to build a protected surface for play anywhere.
Meeting Safety Requirements.
Broward County Safety Surfacing rubber tiles are available in a variety of thicknesses to have the required amount of impact for your structure’s or play event’s critical fall height. They can be used indoors or outdoors, depending on the requirements, and come in a variety of shades, sizes, and thicknesses. Furthermore, our rubber tiles are ADA compliant and facilitate wheelchair entry, which improves inclusion and mobility in parks.
Only Recycled Materials.
Small sections of surfacing can be easily replaced with tile surfacing. Our rubber pavers are made of 100 percent recycled rubber tires and are specially built to be long-lasting and cost-effective, with paint lasting 10+ years. Rubber tiles come in a variety of shapes and shades. Rubber tiles are commonly used because of their safety features.
No Allergic Reactions.
It is quick to set up and manage, and as a result, it makes life easier for people. Parents and managers need not be concerned with rubber tiling triggering a reaction in people who have skin sensitivities or allergies. We already have a stock of used playground tiles that will be suitable for a number of repurposing projects.
Why Tiles Are Great.
These are suited for unusually formed spaces that need special designs because they can lock together and form a sturdy matted space. With a sturdier construction, these have less cushioning than the PIP but have a much more robust and easy-to-clean surface.
Tiles Can Last A Long Time.
A properly cared for rubber floor will last 20 years or more, depending on the form of tile used and the position in which it is placed. Rubber flooring is slippery underfoot despite its toughness.
What Are Rubber Tiles Used For?
Rubber floor tiles are highly recommended. Rubber tiles, while widely used in gyms, are also commonly used in playgrounds, outdoors, and other high-traffic areas that require sturdy and/or waterproof flooring. For more information on our products and services, gives us a call or email us and we’ll get back to you in an instant.
Locations We Serve
We offer the above surfacing services at the following locations within Florida: