To our valued clients, partners, friends, neighbors, and families,
The health and safety of our employees, clients, and communities is our number one priority.
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.
Please know that we are ready to assist anyway we can with current orders, as well as, orders you need to place as we push forward.
We will continue to monitor any further developments and will make any adjustments with our employees and clients as our top priority.
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At Fieldwallpads.com, we have been providing our customers with state-of-the-art wall pads for over 30 years. As research has evolved and new safety regulations have come to light, we have continually changed our wall padding to match these requirements. The thickness of wall pads varies depending on their purpose and more. Our team will take a variety of factors into consideration before designing your indoor and outdoor wall pads. The padding needs to both absorb and resist impact to prevent injuries. If the padding is so thick that athletes bounce off on impact, it can cause more injuries. However, if the padding is too thin, the athletes could get injured from the impact of the surface behind the pads, which can cause more harm. Padding is an exact science, and our experts are the best in the business. Here, our safety and design experts at Fieldwallpads.com will discuss how thick your various wall pads should be and how we determine the thickness we’ll make them at.
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With the current global situation amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the chances are high that your athletic facilities and organizations have been shut down or are operating in a limited capacity. If that’s the case, now is a great time to invest in new facility enhancements to improve the safety and design of your building(s). There are several routes you can go to enhance your facilities, but at Fieldwallpads.com, we suggest that you look at your current safety and design layout and decide if they need an upgrade. If they need to be improved, you should contact our team of experts to help you improve your facilities. Here, we will discuss some of our services and how they can help you.