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Top Climbing Frame Installer related questions

How long does it take to do a climbing frame installation?

It depends on the size of the climbing frame you want for your home or establishment and securing materials if there is a need for more. Typical home installations take a week or two, while bigger commercial-scale projects may take more time. It would be best to discuss with your Tasker project particulars like timelines to ensure a smooth workflow.

Why are there cracks in my climbing frame?

Given that climbing frames are made out of timber, a natural material, some cracking is expected when the material starts to dry out. This could be solved by making sure that the timber is treated using a clear water repellent. However, cracks in the climbing frame may also be signs of wear and tear, particularly if the usage of the installation exceeds limits.

What maintenance measures do I need to take note of in taking care of my climbing frame installation?

Most climbing frame installers use pressure to treat the timber material. This means that there’s usually no need to treat the material further for maintenance. However, given that timber is a natural material, some fading is to be expected over time. Treating the timber with oil-based treatment is recommended every 18 months or so, with some Taskers even giving out maintenance procedures for your convenience.

Do I need to secure permits when having climbing frames installed?

This depends on your local government’s regulations. Some units require permits, and some don’t. This would also depend on the scale of your project, whether it’s for residential or commercial purposes. Especially for residential installations, if it will cause a stir in your village or community, then securing permission from your homeowner’s association may be necessary. Make sure to discuss with your Tasker how to go about permits just in case.

Can I make modifications to my climbing frames?

Climbing frames are usually built with precise specifications in mind. Any modification to the structure may result in damage and changes in how the structure feels when in use. We do not recommend making modifications to climbing frames on your own. Should you wish for it, we would recommend getting in touch with your Tasker to see how they can make changes in the design while keeping the structural integrity of the installation. 

Is my climbing frame covered by a warranty?

Most likely, yes, your climbing frame is covered by a warranty. However, how long the warranty lasts and the warranty coverage is something specific to your Tasker. As such, we recommend asking for more details from your Tasker and see if their warranty offers may affect your decision to push through with a particular installation team.

What do climbing frame installer services include?

Wouldn’t it be nice to gaze right from your newly installed pergola to see your kids having fun in your own climbing frames? Airtasker makes it easy to book a playground installation near you. Climbing frames make up the outdoor space that kids can climb on and have fun in for hours on end. With one installed, you can have many structures added to it to add to the fun. Here’s what you can expect from playset assembly services near you:

Climbing frames built to your spec

Want a climbing frame for your kids to enjoy at home? Taskers can take on climbing frame installations fit for your needs. Do you need an installation with baby proof features? What about room for your existing trampoline? Or a straight-up playhouse for your kids to frolic in? Playset assemblers near you can make these happen and ensure that your climbing frames will fit your vision of a playground for kids to spend countless hours of fun in.

Climbing frames built to last

Timber has long since been a natural and sturdy material used to build homes and other pieces of functional architecture. Modern treatment has also given it more strength than it used to, making climbing frames built to be used and abused by curious children with explosive energy. With materials and how it’s made, Taskers can ensure that the levelling ground for playhouses to be built over is prepared well before installation.

Bigger frames for bigger spaces

Playhouse assembly services are not just limited to the home. If need be, Taskers can also handle bigger installations for commercial purposes, be it for malls or schools. Sturdier materials, sturdier construction, and an emphasis on reliability are key to expanding the scale of climbing frame installations for these establishments.