Commercial outdoor fitness equipment has become increasingly popular in recent years as more people seek to exercise and stay active in natural settings. However, installing outdoor fitness equipment requires careful consideration to ensure it is installed correctly and safely. In this article, we'll discuss some of the key installation considerations for commercial outdoor fitness equipment.
Do you offer Installation Services for the Outdoor Fitness Equipment?
At Outdoor Workout Supply we sell our equipment all throughout the US and Canada. We don't keep an installation team on staff, but over the years we've learned how to connect our customers with local professionals to help bridge the gap between purchasing equipment and having it installed at their respective locations. In order to see if we can arrange this for you, please reach out to us at Sales@outdoorworkoutsupply.com, or contact us - HERE
Before installing outdoor fitness equipment, it's important to prepare the site properly. The first step is to choose a suitable location for the equipment. The site should have a flat, level surface, with no obstructions or hazards that could interfere with the equipment or the users. Suitable surfaces for outdoor fitness equipment installation include concrete, asphalt, compacted gravel, woodchips, grass or rubber safety surfacing.
Once a suitable location has been chosen, the surface needs to be prepared by leveling the ground and installing a foundation. The foundation should be made of concrete or other suitable materials, and should be at least four inches deep. This will ensure that the equipment is stable and safe to use.
Surface or Inground Mounting
Outdoor exercise equipment is typically installed in one of two fashions: surface mounted on top of a concrete slab or mounted into concrete footers buried inground. Some equipment only come with one option while other lines you have the option pending your application needs. You can contact us for direction if you need one option or the other and you're unsure how to navigate the different equipment choices
The placement of outdoor fitness equipment is also critical for safety and usability. When deciding where to place the equipment, it's important to consider the size and shape of the equipment, as well as the intended users. The equipment should be placed in a way that allows users to move around it safely and comfortably, and there should be enough space between equipment to prevent overcrowding.
In addition to space considerations, it's important to place the equipment in a location that is easily visible and accessible. This will make it more inviting for users and will help to prevent accidents or injuries.
Assembly and Installation
Once the site has been prepared and the equipment has been placed in the desired location, the next step is to assemble and install the equipment. Before beginning installation, it's important to read the manufacturer's instructions carefully and to gather all of the necessary tools and equipment. This may include hammers, wrenches, drills, and other tools.
During the installation process, it's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully and to ensure that all components are properly secured. This will help to prevent accidents or injuries and will ensure that the equipment functions properly.
Most of the equipment we sell at OWS comes almost entirely assembled, but we do have some systems that require more assembly. You can contact us for more information about this when planning your project.
Maintenance and Inspection
Finally, it's important to perform regular maintenance and inspection of outdoor fitness equipment to ensure that it remains safe and functional. This may include cleaning the equipment, lubricating moving parts, and inspecting the equipment for signs of wear and tear or damage.
Regular maintenance and inspection can help to prevent accidents or injuries, and can help to extend the lifespan of the equipment. It's important to schedule regular maintenance and inspection on a routine basis, and to address any issues that arise promptly.
Installing outdoor fitness equipment requires careful consideration and planning to ensure that it is installed safely and correctly. Site preparation, mounting style, equipment placement, assembly and installation, and maintenance and inspection are all critical factors that need to be considered when installing outdoor fitness equipment. By following these guidelines and working with a qualified installation professional, you can ensure that your outdoor fitness equipment is safe and functional for years to come.
In order to see if we can arrange installation for you, please reach out to us at Sales@outdoorworkoutsupply.com, or contact us - HERE
To see our Buyer's Guide for Outdoor Fitness Equipment - HERE
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