Thank you for your interest in Smith Brothers rubber safety tiles. Please find enclosed price list for Smith Bros. Safety tiles and services.
Smith Bros. Specialise in the design and manufacture of safety tiles and rubber playground surfaces, using recycled rubber granulate and top quality binders.
We offer a full installation service for both tiles and wet pour continuous safety surfacing.
Rubber safety tiles have the added advantage as they can be installed by the customer or a local contractor, thus reducing the overall cost of the safety surfacing. For this reason I have included installation guidelines for the tiles should this be of interest to you.
Smith Bros. Products are regularly used in the following: -
At Smith Bros. We operate a non-pester policy, which means you won’t be contacted with follow up calls or visits unless we hear from you. We trust the above details and enclosed information is of continued interest and would welcome the opportunity of discussing our product range further.
If you have access to the internet, you may wish to look at our web site for further information, the address can be found at the bottom of this letter or www.ukRubberMats.co.uk
If we can be of any further assistance, or you require more detailed information then please do not hesitate to contact us
First, prepare your existing concrete or tarmac base to receive the tiles. Sweep off any debris or loose stones. Any weeds on the area should be treated with a suitable weed killer. If the area to be surfaced has moss this can usually be scraped off with a shovel. A pressure washer is an ideal way of ensuring your base work is clean
Allow the surface of your base to dry
Do not apply any adhesive; just arrange the rubber tiles into their positions dry. This will help you ascertain whether any tiles have to be cut and where the ramp edged tiles have to be placed (if required)
Any tiles that require shaping can be cut using your straight edge and knife or electric jigsaw. A piece of chalk may be used if necessary to mark your cuts. This can be removed with some water later
Lift your first tile and place to one side
Adhesive should be applied to the concrete or tarmac base. Using the metal scraper, apply five (5) saucer sized portions of adhesive, one portion in the middle and one in each corner on the exposed base underneath the tile you have set aside. You will find the adhesive has a syrup like consistency. It is very strong, each 7Kg tub is sufficient to fix ten tiles
Remove the second tile in the line and replace the first, ensuring the tile makes good contact with the adhesive. At this point it is a good idea to smear a little adhesive along the adjoining edge of each tile so the tiles are not only stuck to the base but to each other for extra strength. Take care not to allow adhesive onto the face of the tile as this will look unsightly and is difficult to remove