The days are getting colder and darker, leaves are falling from the trees and the rainy clouds gather in the atmosphere. Clear enough, wintertime is upon us. This blog will give you some useful tips to prepare your Jungle Gym and garden for winter.
- Posted: December 29, 2016|Read more »
- Posted: September 16, 2016|Like the heading is giving away, show your Jungle Gym some love. Do you have no clue where to begin? The Climbing Frames are very easy to take care of and in this blog we will explain 8 tips to maintain your own Jungle Gym, so you and your kids can have a whole lot of fun for a very long time!Read more »
- Posted: September 07, 2016|Read more »
In the last few days the international Garden Trade Fair ‘Spoga Gafa’ took place in Cologne, Germany. The Spoga Gafa is the most important and annual garden exhibition where both Jungle Gym and Hy-land are represented with their stands. Over 2,000 attendees from around 60 countries around the world present their garden related brands to almost 40,000 international trade visitors.
- Read more »The extensive collection of Jungle Gym climbing frames consists of 19 different play towers that can be combined with one or two of the 14 modules. Using the playground planner, you can simply “fit and measure” which setup is best for you and suits your garden. It works like this: Show where a module can be placed depending on the play elements and the required safe play area that must be kept clear around the climbing frame. See which modules can be attached to which towers (most towers, but there are some exceptions). Our Blog explains how you can put together your own wooden climbing frame, how to find out where a module can be placed, and other important details.
- Posted: August 26, 2016|
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In this blog we collect tips and tricks for all Jungle Gym owners and for those considering to purchase one. It is a collection of tips from our own experiences and the little hacks we have heard from others. This way we want to create a complete list full of fun and smart ideas to make playing around the climbing frame, swing set or playhouse even more fun and maintenance easier:
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Woohoo, the Jungle Casa is climbing frame of the month May! These childrens wooden playhouses are well suited to lively inhabitants. Climb up via the colourful ladder rungs and slide down via the wavy slide. The design of the ladder and slide in front reduces the need for free running space at the rear and sides of the wooden playset, making it a superb choice for a smaller garden. The roof can be rotated 90 degrees into an alternative position. This climbing frame is a complete set including a sandbox, handgrips, bumper pad, bolt caps and ground anchors. Have fun!