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As we adjust to the evolving circumstances that COVID-19 presents, we want you to know we are still conducting business to every extent possible. While we are following precautions and guidelines provided by the CDC and public officials, we want you to know we are here to serve you. Much of our team is well-equipped while working remotely and are able to provide the same reliable service you expect. We are prepared to work with you through phone calls, email, video conferences, texts or any other manner of communication that respects the current social distancing guidelines.
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The underlying premise upon which gyms, fields, or other facilities are designed should be to protect the welfare of athletes and ensure they are not exposed to physical risk in any aspect of execution. Thus, athletic facility planners and school administrators have a tremendous responsibility to keep athletes safe from harm and injury during a sporting event or practice. When building a sports complex, all parties involved should consider every inch of the facility and where the risk of injury may be present.
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When it comes to investing in wall pads, your priority should be safety and impact absorption. Therefore, you’ll need to choose pads that have the appropriate size and thickness. Thick pads prevent injuries and also offer a decorative option for the back wall or fence.