Playground Depot provides professional installations for commercial playground equipment nationwide. All equipment is sold unassembled so it is important that you have an action plan for how you will get your playground in working order. Here are your options:
Professional Installation: If your budget allows, this is undoubtedly the best solution. We can often schedule your installation for the same day that you receive your equipment so that you won’t have to deal with the hassle of offloading the truck and organizing an installation team that is experienced enough to assemble the playground. Not only will you have our fast and friendly installation service - you can also feel confident about the safety of your playground and that it is done right the first time. All contractors carry insurance so you won’t have to worry about any liability involved in the installation.
Supervised Installation: If your budget doesn’t allow for professional installation, we can schedule a supervised install for a fraction of the cost. Supervised installation includes a full day of supervision and support for the installation team of your choosing. Many of our supervisors are also NPSI certified so they can often provide an inspection and certificate upon completion. All playground installations in the state of California require a NPSI certified inspection. Supervised installation is an excellent choice if you’d like to save some money in order to spend it on additional playground components.
Self Installation: Scheduling and labor for the playground installation is the customer’s responsibility. Be sure to organize a group of 3-6 people to assure that you’ll be able to complete the installation within a reasonable period time. We suggest scheduling a time for your volunteers to meet before the playground arrives so that you can create a well thought out plan of how your installation day will go. You will also need to decide on who will be there to help offload the truck. Offloading should be done with no less than 4 people for the equipment is very heavy and the truck driver won’t take responsibility for moving the equipment beyond the back door.