Surface America playground surfaces are where you need it, when you need it!
Surface America’s renowned PlayBound™ Poured-in-Place is a mixed and poured on-site rubber surface. It’s as attractive as it is durable. Choose from a basic one color to an elaborate – and customized – design. Our original system performs so well we extended the warranty to 7 years. We call it the Super-7 system. Our Extreme-10 is the same system, but with aliphatic urethane in the top surface. It’s so durable and problem-free we extended its warranty to 10 years. Our versatile EverTop is the top layer of the PlayBound Poured-in-Place system. It’s commonly used in play areas with no equipment, in portions of playgrounds outside the equipment’s use zone. UltraTile is a patented product that combines an ultra durable top wear layer and resilient underlayment – into one extraordinary product. PlayBound Tile is molded in the factory in a variety of thicknesses and colors. Manufactured for more than 30 years, it’s the industry’s most proven performer. PlayBound TurfTop combines the best aspects of recreational and sports surfacing worlds. It includes a poured basemat and synthetic turf with (optional) rubber granule infill. It’s very durable, so you can expect a long life — even with heavy foot traffic.
Surface America playground surfaces meet 4’ to 12’ critical fall heights per ASTM F-1292-04, the industry’s standard test to evaluate a surfacing system’s ability to absorb shock.
Safe Playground Surfaces
In the interest of playground safety, the International Play Equipment Manufacturers Association (IPEMA) provides a Third Party Certification service by an independent laboratory. Surface America has received written validation that its playground surfacing conforms to the requirements of the standard. Check the IPEMA website (http://www.ipema.org) to confirm product certification, its thickness and critical height.
Shredded rubber used in many of our systems comes from our parent company, ECORE International. ECORE is North America’s largest processor and user of scrap tire rubber sourced from the United States, recycling 80 million pounds of rubber each year. Learn the facts about recycled rubber – including third-party test results.