Anchoring a climbing frame

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Our customers are looking for high quality products that will entertain their children throughout their whole childhood. Therefore we have to make sure that the climbing frames we sell are as safe as can be. However, we know that as a family grows, sometimes moving house is the only option. But it is a shame to have to leave your garden toys because they are concreted into the ground.

The team over at Selwood Products have perfected the design of their climbing frames so that a child’s safety is never compromised but also so that climbing frame can be dismantled and taken to the new family home, should you move house.

As you know, all of the frames are made from cedar wood which means they are heavy, solid structures! They are perfectly fine to be left freestanding on the lawn – they will find their footing and settle into the soil. However, we know that the kids will LOVE to swing high and hurtle down the slide at full speed, so of course, a little more stability and support is absolutely essential. Therefore all of the Selwood climbing frames come with ground anchors which easily attach to the bottom of the frame in strategic places and stick into the ground at a depth of 35cm. These ground anchors can be concreted into the ground if you wish – probably best if you live in a particularly windy area!

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