Weighing approximately 4.8kg each, these rubber granulate tiles are perfect for building a safe and soft area for children’s play.
Their rubberised surface is non-slip and cushioned which means these tiles are great for use in all weathers and in the unfortunate event of a trip or fall your little ones are effectively protected.
Our play tiles are made from 100% recycled rubber and have been tested to BS EN 1177 with a critical fall height of one metre, which means they’re suitable for the majority of low-level play applications. It also means, they’re one of the most environmentally friendly and cost-effective safety solutions available.
Easily fixed into place with rubber adhesive, our rubber play tile range is really simple and easy to install. Simply lay each tile down on level, solid ground to create a low maintenance, safe surface for children to play.
Available in three colours – black, red and green – you have the choice of creating an environment to stimulate the imagination or maintain a natural appearance with our green tiles.
If you’re interested in any of our range then make use of our easy online ordering system to secure your order. Alternatively, click here to take a look at the other rubber safety products we have available. If you’re unsure on the best product for your needs, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team.
To see how our play tiles have been used by a customer read our blog; Rubber Play Tiles Used To Create A Golf All Weather Tee
What are rubber play tiles suitable for?
They are suitable for low level children's play equipment, as roof tiles, balcony flooring, gym flooring and more. Please contact us on live chat if you are unsure.
How many mats do I need to cover my area?
We have a calculator at the top of the page (tile calculator) which will give you an estimated quantity required for your project. Enter your area in metres (if you've measured in feet you can convert using a calculator) and it will give you the amount required.
Are the pegs included?
Yes, pegs are included to assist with installation but are not sold as interlocking mats.
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To help our customers pick the right product and learn more about how our products can be used, we have compiled blogs which can be read by clicking the button below.
Absolute Interiors Using Rubber Play Tiles To Create A Gym Flooring
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Creating A Safe Play & Learning Area Using Rubber Play Tiles
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Glynhir Golf Club All Weather Tees Made Using Rubber Play Tiles
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Rubber Play Tiles Used Around A Built In Garden Trampoline
| The Project | The Work | Conclusion |
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Rubber Play Tiles Used To Create A Golf All Weather Tee
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