Our rubber surfacing is proven to be the best with advanced colour pigmentation and superior UV stability, while our realistic synthetic grass options can be mixed and matched to fit any and all of your playground surfacing needs. With excellent soundproofing and insulating abilities, our surfacing is a viable option for both inside and outside spaces.
Pour’n’Play is New Zealand’s leading dual-pour rubber surface system. It combines the highest quality shock-pad with a colourful wet pour rubber top layer to bring you a premium playground surface solution.
Pour’n’Play Mulch is a ‘natural look’ safety surface for recreational areas, playgrounds, and walkways. As a long-lasting, water-permeable surface, it provides an economical and hygienic alternative to organic mulches.
While CoolGrass looks like real grass, it never needs mowing or watering. It also has the benefit of being super hard-wearing while maintaining softness.
A shock-absorbing turf system suited to playground applications, perfect for school play areas. With its super-realistic synthetic grass, backed by a long-lasting shock absorbing underlay, it’s a more natural-looking alternative to rubber playground surfacing.
PlayTiles make a great low-cost alternative to our Pour’n’Play product while still offering maximum safety. With its puzzle edge, our trusted PlayTiles can be easily laid on a range of sub-surfaces while remaining firmly joined.
TopChip is an engineered wood chip made from untreated recycled timber that is designed for use as a playground safety surface. It has a fall safety rating of up to 3 metres and meets the latest New Zealand Safety Standards (NZS 5828:2015).
With its durability, excellent safety rating, and good looks, Numat’s Pour’n’Play was the perfect answer. Principal Doug White and the children at Clyde School are very pleased with the final result.
ACG Parnell College wanted to redevelop an existing play area that was cold, grey and uninviting. To give the area a lift, they called in Numat to install play surfacing and equipment.
Balclutha Primary School had a major problem with its old concrete surfacing. The surface was cracked, broken, and presented a potential hazard to the schools’ students.
When it came to surface selection – performance, durability, and a great colour range were key considerations. Pour’n’Play ticked all the boxes.
When Westmount School were building their new campus in Timaru, they were looking for a surfacing company who could provide both a playground surface and an indoor sports court.