Perfect for schools, playgrounds, and other play areas, children and adults alike will love our Lazylawn Roadways. They can include white road markings, traffic lights, stop signs, parking spaces, zebra crossings, and characters. They are perfect for teaching children about road safety and encouraging creative play.
The benefit of having a Lazy Roadway installed is that it can be customised to the exact requirements of any playground regardless of size and shape. These roadways can be fitted over tarmac and can even be fitted around obstacles like trees, so the possibilities are truly vast. We offer a variety of road styles like corners, straight roads, and T-junctions, all of which can be used to configure your very own unique roadway.
We offer a range of different road kits which each include a different road style. These kits can be purchased individually to create your own personal design or an entire pre-designed roadway can be fitted. Alongside the roadway kits, we also offer a hopscotch kit and a number caterpillar which both use a variety of bright colours.
A recent report from Ofsted regarding a LazyLawn artificial grass installation at Langham School in Rutland highlights the benefits of outdoor play and learning which are essential to children’s health and development.
LazyPad foam is a high-quality underlay shock pad that is used beneath artificial grass surfaces on children’s play areas. On a play area as a safety surface, the 25mm LazyPad foam offers a critical fall height of 1.5m (tested to European Standard EN1177) when used with an artificial grass surface such as our leading Wonder Yarn. If a greater CFH is needed then you can use a double layer of the product for extra protection.
The foam offers excellent drainage properties as it will not absorb liquids and is long-lasting, complementing our artificial grass range. The elasticity and shock absorption make it safe for playgrounds, offering optimum fall protection and fantastic performance.
A recent LazyLawn installation is featured on ‘That’s Cambridge’ TV. The installation at Brington Primary School transformed a hard, uneven, concrete outside space into an all-weather, safe, and accessible play area for the primary school children.
The former problem area has been enhanced and the children now use the area in a much more purposeful way which will encourage their development through the early years foundation framework.