Floor and Wall Padding

Published: 01st March 2011
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For parents, it is important to the development of their child that they are not ‘wrapped up in cotton wool’. However, allowing your child to play freely does not mean that parents have to compromise on their children’s safety. There are is a wide range of floor and wall padding available which can prevent injuries sustained by children if they trip or fall whilst playing. However, such padding is not only suitable for use by parents for their children, it can also be used in public buildings such as hospitals and sports centres to prevent injuries through tripping or falling.





Wall Guards


Wall cushioning is suitable for use in playgrounds, schools and children’s play areas in parks and other public places. This padding can be installed quickly and easily and can dramatically reduce the likelihood of injury caused by trips, falls and collisions. For use of children, such padding is available in a spectrum of colours such as red, blue and green amongst others. These wall guards are highly durable and are resistant to shock, making them also suitable for use in sports centres where there is a risk of trips and collisions.





Floor Guards


Floor guards, like wall guards, are highly durable and resistant to shocks and scratches, meaning that the use of such padding drastically reduces the likelihood of serious injury being sustained following a trip or fall. These floor guards are also available in a wide range of colours and can be applied for several purposes such as for use in kindergartens, schools, play areas in retail outlets and also in leisure centres. Also, like the wall guards, the floor cushioning is quick and easy to install.





The use of these wall and floor guards is a guaranteed way for parents to have peace of mind as these guards allow children to play freely and, most importantly, safely.





Natalie Eastaugh is the Internet Marketing Specialist for JDRWebsites.co.uk


If you wish to find out more on corner guards and wall guards as well as information about Safety Cushioning, go to www.safetycushioning.co.uk



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