Rubber tracks for giving
Garden paths are an essential attribute of landscape design. And even if you don’t plan anything grandiose in this direction, there’s still no way without paths — you have to somehow approach the beds without getting ankle-deep in mud, and it’s convenient and comfortable to move between the house and outbuildings along clean and tidy tracks.
Rubber coating for paths in the country
The use of rubber tiles or rolled rubber tracks in the country today is the fastest and best option in all respects. This coating is very easy to install, it can be placed on any surface and even indoors, because they are non-toxic and odorless.
And the best places for laying rubber tracks and playgrounds are places near fountains, ponds and pools, on children’s and sports grounds, near flower beds and garden beds. The rubber track is ideal for those who have small children in the family, because if a child falls, he will get off with “little blood”.
It is also important that ice does not form on such paths in winter, and in the rest of the year they have anti-slip properties, so they can be called the least traumatic of all available options.
Varieties of rubber tracks for giving
As we have already mentioned, the paths in the country can be made of rubber modules or tiles, or it can be a rolled rubber track. The difference is in the size and the best place to use it. This means that in each specific place you need to use the appropriate type of rubber coating.
For example, for the construction of pedestrian garden rubber paths for summer cottages, it is better to choose individual tiles 50×50 cm in size and 1 cm thick. They need to be laid on a hard concrete or asphalt surface.
At ponds and pools, terraces and sports fields, it is better to use tiles of the same size, but 1.5-2 cm thick. And on playgrounds, even thicker tiles are usually used — up to 4 cm.
Rolled rubber coatings are often used for the construction of paths and sidewalks.