Playground Equipment Design, Manufacturer and Suppliers for Schools and Parks in the UK.
PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FOR SCHOOLS AND PARKS IN THE UK PlayQuest are market leaders in manufacturing play equipment from recycled plastic, having done so for over 17 years. All the play equipment manufactured from recycled plastic carries a 25 year guarantee, with a life-expectancy of 40+ years in the ground. Recycled plastic is a fantastic product to manufacture playground equipment from, as it cannot rot and is virtually maintenance free.
Based in beautiful North Wales, PlayQuest specialists in the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of ALL aspects of playground equipment and safer surfaces. From a small back garden through to a large scale local authority adventure playground, they offer a large, ever-growing variety of products to suit your individual requirements. Having been in the playground industry for over 25 years, PlayQuest are experts in their field, from their 'standard' range of play equipment through to a complete bespoke design package for those who require something a little more unique. If you have a design idea for a unique, one-off playground, do not hesitate to contact them to discuss your requirements. Play equipment is available in either timber or heavy-duty recycled plastic materials, along with a small range available in steel. The timbers used in constructing the playground equipment are very robust, smooth and pressure-impregnated, to give the best life-expectancy possible. In addition, PlayQuest can also install post-saver bitumen sleeves to timber upright poles, to increase the overall life-expectancy of these poles.
''I am the Site manager at a school in Essex and we needed to replace outdoor play equipment. We had made the decision to invest in using recycled plastic and decided to speak to Playquest. From the instant we spoke to their friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff, we knew we had found a company we could work with and trust. I would definitely use them again and recommend them to any school'' Mr Glenn Bond, St. Peters Catholic Primary School