The Stabilizer Pad is a series of interlocking pads used to support, level, and spread the weight impact of concentrated loads in an outdoor environment.
Inventor Keith W. Pierce, a mold maker from Portland, MI has created a series of interlocking pads used to support, level, and spread the weight impact of concentrated loads in an outdoor environment.
Many outdoor and recreational items are placed on soft ground surfaces such as grass or asphalt. However, they arent always level and can sink into the ground immediately or over time. Some people resort to the use of blocks of wood to help level, stabilize, and prevent sinking. Yet these blocks of wood are often too thick, too thin, or not wide enough. This causes the blocks to slip, slide, and create even more problems than they were intended to solve. In turn, Inventor Pierce has created a means by which various types of outdoor objects can be supported, leveled, and stabilized in order to prevent these issues.
This clever new invention is used to level an object and/or adjust its overall height. It keeps heavy objects from sinking into the ground. It is made of UV resistant high density plastic and will not rust or corrode. The Stabilizer Pad can be used with tables, chairs, ladders, portable awnings, trailer jacks and more!