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Playground rubber tiles are a great way to achieve the precise impact attenuation around a zone of the equipment. they are perfect when installed the right way. That means choosing the right substrate, such as asphalt or concrete. When tiles are installed over compacted aggregate, they tend to warp and separate over time. Creating a border around the tiles can mitigate the problem but nothing replaces gluing them down. So what to do if your playground rubber tiles have shifted and now they have a gap that is causing a trip hazard and all kids of debris is getting stuck in there.
Here are step by step instructions that I have personally used to mitigate such a problem:
As always, shoot me an e-mail if you have any questions. You can send me pictures of your rubber surface if you would like and I will do my best to advise on the best course of action. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 203-659-0456 and any of our installer scan help you.