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 •  January 9

According to National Recreation & Park Association (NRPA) figures, local governments spend about $76 per resident on park and recreation services each year. Talk about return on investment! Whether maintaining an existing park or building an innovative new playground from the...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  December 17, 2017

If your community is planning, building, or renovating a playground, chances are there’s a big gap between your vision and what your budget will allow. Don’t despair! You may be eligible for grants you aren’t even aware of. There are also community fundraising opportunities that anyone with a little time, effort, and perseverance can leverage to...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  October 31, 2017

Tricycles are a great way for toddlers to explore the world around them. However, neighborhood sidewalks aren’t usually the safest place for small kids and their tricycles. Driveways in front of our homes don’t often give kids enough space to discover either. Even if you are lucky enough to have sidewalks and driveways that are relatively...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  October 17, 2017

Since 1974, No Fault Sport Group has taken great pride in being an industry leader in the playground safety surfacing business. That means staying ahead of the curve on trends is a must. Also, learning about the best new products in parks and recreation safety by talking to our peers and customers, hearing their concerns, and discovering the needs...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  September 20, 2017

Why do we care so much about the quality of our playground surface materials?The Consumer Product Safety Commission says about 200,000 U.S. children end up in hospital emergency rooms every year due to injuries sustained on the playground, most of which are caused by falls, particularly from climbing equipment.Things are getting better. However,...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  September 20, 2017

Parkway School is a Kindergarten through 3rd grade school in the Glendale Riverhills School District, which is located in a suburb of Milwaukee, WI. The PTO and school staff have been working hard fundraising for a few years for their new playground. Inclusivity and fun for all was top priority on their list of needs, making quality unitary rubber...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  September 13, 2017

No Fault Safety Surface (poured-in-place rubber)If you’re designing a playground or park play area, your job is to maximize your budget and provide a safe and fun space for kids. Whether you work for a school or municipal parks department, you want to make your school or park a better place for years to come.Here at No Fault Sport Group, we have...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  August 24, 2017

The Brentwood Union School District (BUSD) in Northern California recently upgraded two of their elementary school playgrounds with No Fault PlaySafe 50 Turf along with Miracle Playsystems and Miracle Recreation play equipment.
No Fault Playsafe 50 Turf installed at Ron Nunn Elementary School in Brentwood, CAThe upgrade included fully accessible...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  August 9, 2017

Fault Safety Surface (poured-in-place rubber) Keeping a kid’s attention is even harder than having it in the first place. That’s why landscape architects, parks and recreation departments, schools, and municipalities are breaking the mold of traditional playgrounds with creative themes built to battle ever-shrinking attention spans. For a...

No Fault Sport Group

 •  August 3, 2017

Landscaping features and children’s play areas look great when borders offset them. Sometimes these are plastic, stone, metal, or wood. However, we believe that for many parks and playgrounds—and even some residential applications—rubber is the safest, most attractive, longest-lasting, and most cost-effective option. If you’re building a new...