Manufacturers and suppliers of indoor play equipment, House of Play, today reveal the importance of evaluating indoor play equipment.
December 21, 2012 (Newswire) - House of Play, suppliers of indoor play equipment, today revealed the importance of evaluating soft play equipment being used in indoor play centres.
Indoor play centres are large interior environment parents can take their children to enjoy a wide range of different play equipment. Assembling an indoor play centre can be an arduous task, needing to ensure play equipment is not only intuitive and entertaining, but also practical and safe for the space available.
House of Play today revealed the importance of evaluating soft play equipment prior to installation via their latest news article. The document, 'How to Successfully Evaluate a Soft Play Design', discusses why indoor play equipment should be chosen for the activities it presents to children, rather than colour and looks.
Indoor play equipment needs to offer children a variety of ways to play, and shouldn't be designed to appeal to art lovers or fit a certain architectural style as some feel. A Customer Service Representative for House of Play commented, "Many indoor play owners want to create something that looks aesthetically pleasing for their indoor play centre, but they need to remember that children need multiple forms of play to engage with. In addition, these owners must consider their staff, how will the equipment be cleaned if cleaners can't access it? How will people walk around if the equipment takes up too much space for clear walkways? By working with us, indoor play centres benefit from our ability to step back and think about every aspect affecting operation of an indoor play centre."
By evaluating the indoor play equipment to be used in an indoor play centre, owners can create a fun environment to attract families, which is practical from a business point of view.
House of Play is the UK's number one manufacturer and supplier of indoor play equipment. They work with indoor play centres across the country to ensure the level of quality play delivered to children in these centres is as high as possible.