Wetpour Repair


Very few things in life are maintenance-free and wetpour safety surfaces are no exception. They need to be regularly inspected and maintained in order to keep them looking good and performing well.

Fortunately, wet pour surfaces are relatively easy to maintain. This is primarily due to their shock-absorbing properties and non-slip surface, which offers stability to people walking across it.

This type of Wetpour Repair is also a great option for those who are looking to add colour to their playgrounds as it comes in a range of different colours and designs. Having an alternative colour on your wetpour will make it more interesting to play on and can also give the area a unique feel.

Wetpour Repair for Schools: Enhancing Learning Environments

One of the most important aspects of maintaining your wetpour is ensuring that all grass, weeds and leaves are removed daily. This will prevent them from breaking down and clogging the pores in the wetpour. This is because wetpour is designed to be self-draining and if the pores are blocked the surface may not drain properly and could create puddles on the playground, which in turn can lead to a variety of problems including tripping hazards.

If your wetpour surfacing is beginning to show signs of wear and tear, we can carry out a repair process known as a “recap”. This involves adding a new layer of 15 mm over the existing safety flooring. This is a bit like icing a cake and it can really transform the appearance of your playground. Wetpour re-cap is usually done in an alternative colour to the existing wet pour, allowing you to have a fun design for your children’s playground or school playground.