SpectraTurf is an innovative leader in manufacturing and installing rubberized playground safety surfacing, utilizing both pre-consumer and post-consumer recycled material components. Most of the recycled material is rubber from post-consumer tires. SpectraTurf is a subsidiary of PA-based Ecore International. Ecore and its subsidiaries are the largest processors and users of recycled rubber in the western hemisphere. Ecore manufactures sports and recreation surfacing, commercial flooring, construction materials, and automotive and aerospace components.
Poured-in-place, tile and artificial turf systems are available in a variety of colors for a wide array of applications. SpectraTurf surfaces are used at schools, parks, daycare centers, fitness facilities, military bases, quick-serve restaurants and homeowner playgrounds. These porous surfaces are highly weather resistant and provide customers with a virtually maintenance-free play surface.
We use the best materials so our rubber play surfaces are clean, safe and made to last. Our experienced installers know how to make a rubber playground safety surface come alive! More importantly, our quality installations last. Our work is done fast, right and on budget. Plus, customers appreciate our friendly service and helpful support … before, during and after installation.
While product quality is sometimes hard to immediately recognize, people quality is easy to spot. You’ll quickly learn that SpectraTurf excels in project management … from staying on top of every detail from bid and specification through construction and closeout to carefully adhering to schedules and budgets. Another key component is having on-staff installation crews, which helps us control quality and schedule better than other surfacing companies that utilize sub-contractors. At the end of the day, we can confidently guarantee our work because it’s our own people who are delivering the quality product and service.
SpectraTurf adheres to the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s guidelines for public playgrounds. A thorough third-party, laboratory-testing program insures that all products meet the CPSC surfacing standard.
Staff members are active on national committees for surfacing standards to insure that all products consistently meet impact attenuation tests. We are committed to providing safer playgrounds through our involvement with the International Playground Equipment Manufacturers Association (IPEMA) and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).