Playcraft Playground Equipment
The season for playground installation has not slowed down yet. The LuckyDog construction team is still geared up to install for another month in spite of the cold. “Building playgrounds in late fall is always a challenge. You won’t know what to expect until you wake up in the morning. As you can see in these pictures, we had a beautiful sunny day”, said CJ Stoddard, Construction Manager for LuckyDog. “Tomorrow it could be snowing.”
Weed barrier added to protect rubber mulch
This play structure is installed at Residences of Mayfield Apartment Complex an ICO Construction (a division of Ivory Homes) project in Pleasant Grove, Utah .
It is a PlayCraft Playground System
with brown rubber mulch. The rubber mulch is a preference of this particular contractor (ICO) and because they have used it on all their projects, we are becoming more and more familiar with how it performs. It’s our favorite rubber mulch playground safety surfacing by far. Unlike many rubber mulch brands, the Wolverine
product knits together to provide a stable slip resistance surface. It doesn’t migrate out of the pit like some rubber products that are round and pebble-like.
Rubber mulch soft enough to comfortably fall
The Wolverine rubber mulch has been tested to be ADA accessible. This performance benefit has made it a customer favorite.
Like this playground? Download the drawings here.
Nicole Stoddard, Playcraft Playground Systems in Utah and Idaho.
P.S. Call us for complete playground installation and Wolverine rubber mulch safety surfacing.