• Playground Flooring with Poured-in-Place Rubber

    Poured Rubber Playground Surfacing Installers

Soft Commercial Playground Flooring

Safe, long-lasting, virtually maintenance-free.

Commercial playground flooring comes with a variety of options. But when it comes to recreation surfaces, durability is second only to safety. Our poured-in-place rubber playground surfacing is our most durable, permanent surface option—making it safe, long-lasting, and virtually maintenance free! Sometimes called “wet pour rubber flooring”, “rubberized playground surfacing”, “safety flooring for playgrounds”, or “playground base”, it can be installed when a playground is being built or for an existing playground. Unlike rubber playground safety tiles, poured playground surfaces are seamless.

Poured-in-Place rubber playground surface, customized for your play space.

The rubber playground surface material we use is also highly-customizable for depth, color, shape, and design. The pour-in-place (PIP) method allows us to install a recreational flooring surface that is not only safe (it’s a soft playground surface, which is why some people refer to it as a “playground foam surface”) and durable, but also practically limitless in design options. Because the components are mixed and applied on site, school colors, logos, games and/or geometric shapes can be permanently incorporated into the surface allowing for a visually appealing and even functional rubber surface design.

We also offer playground resurfacing services for existing playgrounds that are looking to replace the wood/rubber mulch or other surfaces.

Poured Rubber Playground Flooring Features

  • 2-layer surface, poured and troweled on site
  • Thickness can be customized for safety and shock absorption
  • Recycled rubber: Rubber surface materials made from post consumer and pre/post-industrial recycled flooring materials
  • Porous, ideal for outdoor or indoor flooring surfaces that might get wet
  • Customizable designs with 24 standard colors and combinations
  • Unitary playground surface (unlike mulch its all connected
  • ADA-compliant (meets requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • ASTM F1951-99 (Standard Specification for Determination of Accessibility of Surface Systems Under and Around Playground Equipment)
  • ASTM F1292-18 (Standard Specification for Impact Attenuation of Surfacing Materials Within the Use Zone of Playground Equipment)
  • Eligible for LEED credits and state grants

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Indoor & Outdoor Poured Surfacing for Playgrounds

You may be wondering if poured rubber surfacing works indoors and outdoors. The answer is yes; both indoor and outdoor rubber flooring for playgrounds can be installed for various applications, including:

  • Outdoor Playgrounds
  • Indoor Playgrounds
  • Pool Decks/Areas
  • Parks & Recreational Departments
  • Schools
  • Daycare Centers
  • Recreational Centers
  • Military Family Housing
  • Garage Floors
  • Gyms & Fitness Centers
  • …..and more!

Installing Poured Rubber Playground Surfacing

You’re planning to install a new playground or redo an existing one. Or, you need rubber safety surfacing installed elsewhere (such as a pool deck or splash park).

Many companies will sell you the rubber flooring supplies, but you’re stuck with two options:

  1. Spend the time and hassle of doing it yourself, or…
  2. Overpay the playground builder or general contractor to install the flooring

There’s an easier way.

Trust the expert playground ground covering contractors at adventureTURF to get the job done right the first time, within budget, and on time, all while using high-quality rubber surfacing material. When you’re looking for a playground flooring installer in the USA, our professionals are ready to get the job done so kids can start enjoying the investment of a new (or improved) playground

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Installation Process

After the components are mixed, advetureTURF experts “pour” the mixture over the prepared surface. Then the mixture is spread out and leveled. Finally they trowel the surface smooth.

The surface is left to dry and set in place.

Mixing Process

During the poured rubber surface mixing process rubber granules are added to a mixing machine along with the adhesive compound.

Once the granules and adhesive are mixed they are transferred to a wheelbarrow to “pour” on to the playground surface.


You may have questions about the rubber playground flooring and safety surfacing flooring installation we provide. Here are a few of the most common questions we receive from our community personnel, teachers, daycare center managers, and recreation professionals. If you don’t see your question below, please contact us. We are happy to answer any and all of your questions about the playground and safety flooring installation and cost. Click on any of the questions below to reveal the answer:

Poured in place rubber safety surfacing is mixed and hand-troweled on site. The surface depth is set to meet or exceed ADA safety standards for playground and other equipment at that location. Take a look at two videos of our crew mixing and installing a playground flooring.

Both poured in place and rubber tile flooring can last as long as 12-15 years. If maintained properly, this lifespan is VERY attainable. The longevity it this flooring product is one of its biggest selling points. Please see our product warranty.

Poured in place surfacing can be installed in a variety of different ways to meet different budgets. The best way to save on the materials and installation cost is to use a 50/50 color/black mix. The colored rubber is still dominant in appearance. Believe it or not, the colored rubber is the most expensive portion of the cost of installation. We are happy to help our customers find ways to achieve the look they desire and save money in the process. Check out our playground installation project gallery, which includes mostly 50/50 black/color installs. This will give you an idea of what your project could look like utilizing a 50/50 color/black mix.

Poured rubber surfacing is a safe, durable and excellent flooring choice for most playgrounds and swimming pool surrounds (also called “rubber pool coping”), but if your surface area is less than 1000 sq. ft. it may not be the most cost-effective option for smaller playgrounds and pools. Sometimes the size of the playground or pool patio is the determining factor in the type of material that is ultimately chosen for the flooring surface. Read more…

Designs can be as unique as your playground. Okay, so we may be biased, but one of the coolest things about poured in place surfacing for playgrounds, is that design and color options are almost limitless.

Stenciling is a really attractive way to add unique designs to make your playground surface stand out. We’ve worked on playground surface stencils in a variety of shapes, such as stars, suns, moons, clouds, butterflies, and even school logos or mascots. Read more…