Certified Playground Safety Inspections

Sanitizing, Cleaning & Maintenance

playground services – The Greater Phoenix Area

Playground owners and HOA managers have a great responsibility for making sure their playgrounds are safe, clean, and fun. If you’re a playground owner or HOA playground manager in the Phoenix area, we can help you with certified playground safety inspections, sanitizing, cleaning and maintenance, including:

  • High, Medium, and Low Frequency Certified Playground Safety Inspections and Service
  • Power Sand Flip and Sifts
  • Close Down and Fence Off Playgrounds as Needed
  • Removal of Debris and Graffiti
  • Rake & Level Playground Surfaces
  • Sweep or Leaf Blow off Sidewalks & Ramada Floors
  • Playground & Ramada Equipment Sanitizing, Cleaning, and Pressure Washing
  • Certified Playground Safety & Service Reports Upon Completion
  • Notify Manager or Owner of any Safety Hazard Including Caution Taping or Barricading the Affected Area
  • Repair & Replacement of Damaged or Missing Playground and Ramada Equipment

Who We Serve

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Playground cleaning & maintenance services in the Phoenix valley to:

  • HOA – Homeowner Associations
  • Condominiums & Apartments
  • Schools
  • Daycare & Preschool Facilities
  • Restaurants with Indoor Playgrounds

about us

Tot Lot Services Inc. of Phoenix provides exceptional service and maintenance that goes above and beyond the rest. We provide our members with expert service including playground safety inspections that can drastically reduce your legal liability and most importantly keep our children safe by preventing hazards before they happen.

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Inspection and reporting on playground safety.


We repair and maintain playground equipment


Powerwashing and sanitizing playground equipment

Recent Posts

ADA Celebrating 25 years!

Twenty-five years ago, on July 26, 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed the “Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Our nation committed itself to eliminating discrimination against people with disabilities. The Federal Department played a critical part in enforcing/regulating the ADA Act, geared toward providing a future in which all doors are open to fairness of opportunity,...

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Summer Newsletter

It is estimated that over 200,000 children end up in emergency rooms across the United States each year as a result of playground injuries. The final count is only a guess given that the additional children whose injuries are not reported due to minor bumps, cuts, bruises, and broken bones-not to mention the countless “close...

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Water And Sand Don’t Mix!

Due to the heavy flooding and rain in the valley as of late, the concern has been the sand lots! As some drainage systems failed or the sudden down-pour of rain proved to be too much for some, the number of playgrounds underwater multiplied drastically. If your playground has experienced flooding, stagnant or slow moving...

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Supervision & Safety: Go Hand in Hand

These next few months we will focus on Adult Supervision and Safety. They say one of the keys to the safety of a child is adequate and/or adult supervision. Too many times small children visit community parks unaccompanied by an adult or left in the company of an older child. Other times, when adults have been present,...

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Spring; let’s talk about Rockers!

Because rockers are constantly in motion, spring rockers wear out and need repairs more frequently than stationary pieces or equipment. Most rockers are supported by large coiled springs that move to and fro; hence the same, “spring rockers”. Spring Rockers should be checked regularly for loose or missing hardware, cracks or breaks around hand holds,...

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