Pebble-flex - A breakthrough in wet area safety surfacing

Pebble-flex - A breakthrough in wet area safety surfacing | SafePave-1 | ODS

A new product for pools, patios, decks, playgrounds and water parks

If you’re looking for a soft, safe surface to use in an aquatic environment or if you have an old worn out surface that needs rejuvenation then Pebble-flex is for you.

Pebble-Flex is the breakthrough soft thermoplastic rubber surfacing system made up of small colorful pebble-like particles, which doesn’t degrade, fade or chalk in sunlight or from strong chemicals, chlorine or cleaners. It is a soft and skid resistant safety surface ideal for pool areas, playgrounds and water parks. It is also ideal for resurfacing damaged concrete, tiles or pathways. It can be colour customised and is easy to clean with power washing, bleaches or other standard cleaning materials.

Melbourne-based company SafePave Surfaces is the Distributor of Pebble-flex in Australasia. SafePave have established a network of trained Pebble-flex install teams across the country. Managing Director Shane McGrath said "Pebble-flex can be installed straight over damaged concrete or tiles without any costly rip out or demolition. It really is a cost effective way to rejuvenate any tired looking surface. Pebble-Flex's chlorine/chemical resistance makes it the perfect soft surface for splash pads and waterplay areas."

To find out more about Pebble-flex contact SafePave:

SafePave Surfaces Pty Ltd
55A Dandenong Street, Dandenong, VIC 3175

Ph: 03 9792 1330 or 0407 094 254

Email: pebbleflex@bigpond.com

Visit:

www.safepave.com.au

and

www.pebbleflex.com



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