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Childrens/School Playground - Play Surface  and MUGA cleaning

Childrens playgrounds with surfacing such as 'rubber' ‘wet pour’ ‘soft play’ and other safety surfaces, often get, mossy, muddy, stained and covered in leaves and debris. Multi use games areas will get the same.  All this makes the playground a dangerous place to play, especially for younger children. Your aim is to keep these surfaces safe for any children who wish to use the area.  Elite Exteriors are specalists in cleaning childrens playgrounds especially rubber cleaning and has had many years experience cleaning and restoring these surfaces.

Elite Exteriors offers two levels of cleaning. Firstly we can clean the surface, improving the aesthetics but most importantly removing debris such as weeds and moss drastically improving the grip and drainage of the surface therefore reducing the chance of accidents occuring.

Secondly, we can do all of the above and also incorporate   an environmentally friendly cleaning agent which will restore the surface to a ‘as good as new’ condition.

We have recently cleaned a number of mugas (multi use games areas). Our muga cleaning service is once again offered on two levels. One where just the muga is cleaned and the second where the muga and all the surrounding area is cleaned and includes a muga moss and algae treatment on completion.

Elite Exteriors staff are now qualified to NVQ standard in sports and play surfaces. So now with our safety surface cleaning experience plus recently obtained qualifications we should be your first contact for safety surface cleaning, playground cleaning or wet pour cleaning.

Call us now for a telephone quote on 0800 731 6319  or 01733 340 890 or email us

Childrens play area before cleaningCan you see the difference to the play area ?Play surface when cleaned

'Very impressed, firstly with your competitive quotation, but also your flexibility to work around our business and “local community”

Steve Evans, General services manager, Notts Girls High School.