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How long does rubber surfacing last?

How long does rubber surfacing last?

While the lifespan of rubber surfaces is 20+ years, to ensure you get the most out of your rubber during that time we recommend calling us to reseal your surface every 5 years.

What is Wetpour surface?

A ‘wet pour’ surface is a blended mix of rubber granules bound together, having been manufactured on site and laid on an existing suitable, or specially prepared base to provide a continuous surfacing free of seams or joints.

How much is rubber wet pour?

approximately $10-$15 per square foot
On average, poured in place rubber flooring, or wet pour rubber surfacing is approximately $10-$15 per square foot.

Can you DIY rubber paving?

How’s it work? Pour in Place comes in a kit with the rubberized surface in a bag and a rubber binder in a bottle. Pour the binder into the bag containing the surface and mix for a couple of minutes. Pour this out onto the area you want to cover then shape and smooth the rubber.

How do you make rubber mulch stick together?

Simple 5 Step Process

  1. Remove sod or mulch from bed and create a level surface.
  2. Line wheelbarrow with plastic liner and put on gloves.
  3. Empty mulch per included chart and add binder per chart.
  4. Mix Thoroughly.
  5. Pour rubber mulch mixture into area and hand screet until even or trowel for smoother surface.
  6. Allow to cure overnight.

Is rubber paving cheaper than concrete?

The rubber paving cost is lower than that of concrete materials since installation and materials are cheaper. It’s also easy to maintain and repair. Contractors have tested and proved these benefits of rubber paving, so you know you’re getting a quality paving job.

Can rubber paving go over concrete?

Rubber paving can be applied directly over a number of surfaces, including asphalt, brick, concrete, roofing membrane, paving stones, tile, wood, and even crushed limestone and gravel.

Is rubber crumb permeable?

The Rubber granules are laid on top of type 1 MOT which is a permeable sub base allowing the drainage of any surface water. Therefore this makes wet pour rubber crumb flooring SUDS compliant as it is porous.

What is the rubber used for playgrounds called?

Researching playground surfacing means you’re going to learn about poured rubber, also commonly called pour-in-place (PIP) rubber or poured playground surface.

Is Wet Pour rubber waterproof?

Wet-pour rubber floors are weather resistant and shock-absorbent and are recommended for use in playgrounds and other exterior spaces. However, they are not ideal for interior spaces, as they are not waterproof and their cleaning with chemicals might cause degradation of the surface.

Is rubber surfacing waterproof?

Rubber surfacing is being increasingly applied by commercial space owners and homeowners because of the world of benefits it has to offer. It is skid-proof, waterproof, absorbs shocks and vibrations, is safe and eco-friendly, durable, and cost-effective in the long term.