Climbing Frame Buying Guide
Unsure which climbing frame is right for your child? Asking yourself what are the best climbing frames? Well fear not, our climbing frame buying guide is here to answer all of your questions & guide you to the perfect play equipment for your child.
The best way to protect the wood on your climbing frame is to treat it with a suitable top coat that will defend it against the rain & snow.
This top coat would consist of a wood oil or a wood varnish that you can pick up from any DIY store. You should apply at least one coat a year ideally in the late Summer or early Autumn to allow it time to settle before the bad weather hits.
Q - Do i need to anchor a climbing frame?
A - All of our climbing frames come with the correct anchoring equipment to make sure your climbing frame is safe & secure. Please make sure to use the included equipment to secure your frame.
Q - Do climbing frames need planning permission?
A - Usually you do not as they aren't a permanent structure & for the most part they sit below the 4 metre height threshold. You can always check with your local council here.
Q - Can i put a climbing frame on artificial grass?
A - It is absolutely fine to have a climbing frame on artificial grass as long as the surface is flat & the frame does not need to be cemented into the ground.