Playground Rubber mulch

The safer choice


Rubber Mulch Safety

Rubber Mulch is aware of the high incidence of play area mishaps in the USA. Every year, emergency rooms all over the country treat at least 200,000 playground-related injuries. For decades, gravel and wood chips have become standard playground surfaces even if they inadvertenly contribute to this alarming statistic.

Playsafer Rubber Mulch can provide extra shock absorption for when kids fall or stumble while at play. With proper installation and adequate depth (around six inches), a rubber mulch surface will give up to 16 feet of critical fall height protection compared to gravel or wood mulch. It can cushion many mishaps and help your child avoid fractures, brain trauma, and other playground-related injuries.

Playsafer has been proven time and again to be the best rubber playground mulch and protection surface. Its main benefits include:



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