Properly scrutinizing and keeping up on maintenance of your indoor playground will go a very long way to ensure the protection of your visitors.
The indoor playground should be scrutinized each morning before opening, in addition to through the day. All staff should be suitably trained in what to search for while inspecting the play equipment.
Maintaining your playground to be in best condition is critical to the security and success of your play field. Regular maintenance is to be expected, and it is an very important part of owning and running an indoor park.
Regular maintenance includes replacement of certain components from time to time such as post padding, netting, plastic components, and replacement of ball pit balls. It also includes making sure nuts, bolts, and other hardware is complete, tightened, childhood perceptions
and also in good condition. Windows and domes should be free of any openings; if broken or broken, they should be replaced promptly.
Necessary maintenance ought to be identified during regular inspections. Some playground owner operators prefer using an external company to do maintenance on the play structure.
The protective pads covering the posts should be scrutinized for signs of wear. Ensure no bits of padding are overlooking. Make sure there are no zip ties missing; substitute as necessary. Also check to make certain that there are not any exposed ends or sharp edges on the ties.
Netting should be protected and undamaged. Inspect the netting for holes/tears is important, particularly on upper levels of this playground. Little holes/tears will continue to grow, becoming a potential entrapment problem or even kids falling through. Larger holes/tears will require the netting to be replaced in the affected area.
Inspect the safety floor to ensure it's not coming up at connection points. Be sure to concentrate on tripping hazards. Replace as necessary.
Assess all webbing, mesh fabrics, and vinyls are secure and free of tears. This includes, but not restricted to, deck boards, net bridges, and web platforms. Inspect the stitching in webbing for signs of failure.
Make sure that there are no cracks in plastic components, windows, and domes.
At Indoor Playgrounds Internationalwe put in with security
in mind. Our installation technicians are trained to possess good attention to detail, ensuring minimal maintenance will be required by the owner. We care about our clients and our staff will assist with maintenance of your playground well after the installation is complete.
All things above are covered by our industry leading warranty period. Indoor Playgrounds International also has a complete time Certified Playground Safety Inspector on staff who personally trains all of our installation technicians.