To the untrained eye all backstops may look alike. But, there’s a lot more to it than just steel and hardware. Investing in higher quality equipment can really pay dividends in years to come. Discover the pitfalls of buying the ‘cheap’ … Continue reading The Pitfalls Of Buying ‘Cheap’
Wall pads are designed to keep kids safe, but if the incorrect pads are installed they can do the opposite in an emergency situation. Many wall pads are highly flammable, do not pass proper fire codes, and are installed right … Continue reading Hot Topic: Wall Pad Fire Safety
Architects: when designing your next athletic facility, keep these 5 critical factors in mind. There are many different models of ceiling suspended backstops that fold and operate in a variety of ways. Some models fold the brace forward, backwards, and … Continue reading 5 Critical Considerations For Ceiling Suspended Backstops
When choosing a curtain for your facility, there are a lot of factors to consider; so, how do you know which is best? Here are the 4 curtain styles you should know about. Fold-Up Curtains Fold up curtains operate by winch-drawn … Continue reading Curtain Origami- Fold it or Roll it?
Choose a rope track for safety and easy storage. Many adults remember their turn to climb the PE gym class rope. Though its favor has waned in the last few years, this tradition is seeing a resurgence in popularity. Interest in … Continue reading Equipment Trend: Rope Climbing
Most divider curtains on the market are made out of a combination of a solid vinyl panel and a semi-transparent vinyl mesh. Some are made completely of one or the other (or neither – net curtains are also available, but that’s … Continue reading 5 Things To Consider When Specifying A Divider Curtain