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How to Plan your Splashpad Project

Are you thinking about building a splashpad in your community or at your home? Splashpads are a great way to provide a fun and refreshing activity for children and adults, and they are becoming increasingly popular at parks, recreational centers, and even in some residential areas.

If you are planning to build a splashpad, there are a few key things to consider in order to ensure that your project is a success.

Important questions to ask when planning a new splashpad project

Budget: Building a splashpad can be a significant investment, so it’s important to have a clear idea of how much money you have available to spend. Consider the costs of materials, labor, and any necessary permits or regulations.

Location: The location of your splashpad is important for a number of reasons. You will need to consider factors such as the size of the area, the availability of water, and the proximity to restrooms and other amenities.

Features: There are many different types of features that you can include in your splashpad, such as spraying nozzles, water slides, and dump buckets. Determine which features are most important to you and consider how they will fit into your budget and the layout of your splashpad.

Permits: Depending on where you live, you may need to obtain certain permits or approvals in order to build a splashpad. Be sure to research the requirements in your area and allow enough time for the permitting process. Get in touch, we can provide you the information you will need to determine what you will require for your project. 

By considering these factors, you can ensure that your splashpad project is well-planned and successful. With some careful planning and attention to detail, you can create a fun and refreshing water play area that will be enjoyed by children and adults for years to come

Get in touch and one of our sales reps can help you design your project and walk you through the pre-construction planning process.

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