PLAYGROUND RUBBER MULCH

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Playsafer Rubber Mulch | Cocoa Brown
Playsafer Rubber Mulch | Unpainted Black
Playsafer Rubber Mulch | Terra Cotta Red
Playsafer Rubber Mulch | Blue
Playsafer Rubber Mulch | Painted Black
Playsafer Rubber Mulch | Green
Please Note : Wood mulch and rubber mulch require different amounts of cubic footage. Typically, you need twice as much wood mulch as rubber mulch.
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2000 LBS. (50 X 1.55 CU. FT. BAGS) 77 CU. FT.
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1000 LBS. (25 X 1.55 CU. FT. BAGS) 39 CU. FT.
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400 LBS. (10 X 1.55 CU. FT. BAGS) 15 CU. FT.
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40 LBS. (SINGLE BAG) 1.55 CU. FT.
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HOW TO MEASURE RUBBER MULCH AND USE THE RUBBER MULCH CALCULATOR

One of the most important aspects of installing rubber mulch is to make sure that you have the correct amount. If you don't have enough, then you'll have patches of ground showing through and your playground won't be as safe as it could be. On the other hand, if you have too much, then you'll be wasting money and rubber mulch. Here's how to measure rubber mulch for playgrounds so that you can get it just right.

To start, you'll need to know the dimensions of the area that you're working with. This will include the length and width of the space, as well as the depth that you want the mulch to be. Once you have those numbers, you can begin to calculate the amount of rubber mulch that you'll need.

To get the depth measurement, you'll need to take into account the thickness of the layer that you want as well as the amount of loose fill that you'll be using. For example, if you're looking for a depth of two inches, then you'll need to add an extra half-inch for the layer of loose fill. This will give you a total depth of two and a half inches.

Next, you'll need to calculate the square footage of the area. To do this, simply multiply the length by the width. So, if your playground is 10 feet long and 20 feet wide, then the square footage would be 200.

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