Posted on: October 22nd, 2010 by Mark Carmer
Door Mats and Entry Mats - Keep The Dirt Outside
Many of the door mats, entry mats and mat runners found today incorporate fashion, durability and functionality.Â Specifically, many mats today offer improved scraping ability, color fade resistance, improved durability and ease of cleaning. Residential door mats are now designed using the latest fashion trends along with the durability and functionality of commercial matting products.Â
Therefore, protecting your floors doesn’t need to be a challenge. There are many options available to you depending on your needs. If you have problems with wear and tear in heavy traffic areas; discoloration due toÂ weather; or dirt that is tracked into your home and office, than the proper mat can be the solution to your problems. Mats can help keep your floors clean, provide protection and are easy to clean. Carpet mats trap water, keeping moisture in the mat and dirt off your floors!
Posted on: May 18th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Most of the time when we think of rubber mats, we probably picture those you would see in a wet service area like behind a bar, or where a dishwasher stands in a commercial setting; rubber mats to help prevent the person(s) standing on those mats from slipping. We might also envision those mats having an anti-fatigue quality about them, and that would be pretty much accurate in many instances.
Carpet mats might not come to mind when we think of such rubber mats, but guess what? A great carpet mat with rubber backing that absorbs water would be ideal for such circumstances where water landing on the floor, at the personâ€™s feet, is more than probable; the water can later be pushed out using a squeegee. But if the need is to channel away standing water, then modular floor tiles like the ones pictured here are perfect.
Posted on: May 15th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
No matter the type of business, there are industrial and office mats to suit every purpose for every circumstance.Â What office would be complete without the right mats to cover entryways, breezeways, and floor protection against chair wheels and such?
Now, most office environs have translucent, plastic runners beneath many of the desks, but wouldnâ€™t it be nice to have something more attractive, like perhaps the stylish, eco-friendly bamboo office chair mat?Â These beautiful, durable mats are distinctive and will add a certain degree of flair and elegance to any workspace.
And if these donâ€™t match your tastes, or if you would prefer a softer feel beneath your office chair wheels, you might consider one of numerous, available indoor carpet mats.Â Either way, youâ€™re sure to find just the right solution to your need for mats for your office space and office entryways.
Posted on: May 5th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Not every one is looking for ornate door mats for their entryway or porch.Â If youâ€™re looking to add that â€œhomeyâ€ touch, decorative door mats are great, but if you want a less conspicuous mat to place at your entryway, or around your premises, where impressions arenâ€™t (so) important [perhaps you want something less attractive so would-be thieves passing through your business park or shopping strip wonâ€™t want to steal your mats], then ordinary, ribbed pattern or other low cost entry door mats are perfect for you.
And you wonâ€™t want just one door mat at each doorway.Â If you have nice carpet or other floors inside your building, you might want to look at placing some durable, non-slip indoor carpet mats to absorb traffic and reduce wear on your interior carpet or hardwood or ceramic floors, which can become slippery when weather is bad; these mats protect your floors as well as help prevent slips.