Posted on: July 20th, 2010 by Mark Carmer
Custom logo mats are a great way to advertise at the entrance of your business or trade show booth.Â Â They are inviting, look great and help to promote your company or brand at the same time. Whether you have your own trade show flooring or rent your tradeshow floors a carpetÂ logo mat may be just what you need.Â
Some logo mats are vinyl backed and some are rubber backed.Â Vinyl mats will be less expensive, but are also less durable.Â In addition, many rubber backed matsÂ are actually machine washable.
There are many different ways to produce a logo mat. Some manufacturing processes use inferior “overprinting” where screen printing or transfer printing merely adds color to the tops of the carpet fibers, which ultimately wears off.Â Â A higher quality and longer lasting processÂ uses micro-jets that directly inject the dye deep into the carpet fibers, producing vibrant yet durable and fade-resistant mats.
Carpet logo mats are available in various stock sizes, but custom sizes are also available if desired/needed.Â Artwork submission, proof approval, production and delivery is typically about 4 weeks.
Posted on: May 4th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
One of the most dynamic of available styles in trade show flooring is the very sharp-looking camouflage trade show flooring.Â The ingenious design of foam, anti-fatigue, interlocking tiles has really made the concept of do-it-yourself installation of foam flooringâ€”in pretty much any facilityâ€”so doable and feasibleâ€¦the application of this fantastically useful addition to your facility goes from â€œif onlyâ€ to â€œwhy not?â€
The applications of such flooring should not be limited to gyms and trade shows only; the comfort underfoot and the therapeutic qualities of trade show flooring, even anti-fatigue trade show flooring can be utilized in just about any environment where hard floors are the safest ideal.Â And if thatâ€™s the case, why not go with a little bit of pizazz and put in some dynamic camouflage flooring?Â Â If conservatism is the catch phrase here, trade show booth flooring is another excellent choice you could consider.
Posted on: May 3rd, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Trade show shipping cases go together with trade show flooring the same way a guitar case [should] go with a nice guitar: something of value should be properly stored, transportedâ€¦protectedâ€¦as these things are indeed investments, wouldnâ€™t you agree?
Of course, it is possible to transport your foam, or other show flooring tiles or rolls without using shipping cases made specifically for the safe carrying of attractive, sometimes cumbersome sections of flooring, but in all honesty, why would anyone want to endanger something so valuable, which can be used repeatedly, for years to come, if well taken care of?
If you are engaged in business that involves your taking goods to trade shows or other expos, then youâ€™ve probably already got your own trade show flooring to suit your needs, and thatâ€™s great. But if youâ€™re just starting out, or are in the market for new flooring, then you really should protect your investment with enough trade show shipping cases to protect your flooring.
Posted on: April 30th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
When SoftCarpetTM first came out with their original, carpeted, interlocking carpet tiles, the world of trade show flooring was set on a collision course with greatness.Â Foam-bottomed, carpeted tops, variety of colors, tiles of manageable sizesâ€¦the possibilities went from drastically limited, from toting around mats of various sizes and trying to make them fit into a given space at a trade show or expo, to precision fulfillment of needs!
And for those who donâ€™t want a carpeted look, there’s other foam and anti-fatigue flooring that will surely fit whatever the need might be.Â For example, if youâ€™re hosting or participating in a gun show or other outdoor sports or hunting related event, camouflage flooring will be perfect for such events as well. Whatever the event, thereâ€™s sure to be a custom flooring that will fill the need.
Posted on: April 29th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Trade show flooring is made to install easily and quickly for whatever the need might be.Â Have you ever wondered how those who host trade shows or other such exhibitions put in such attractive flooring, especially when itâ€™s in a venue you know has either a different style of flooring or even drab, concrete floors?Â If you think about it, thereâ€™s definitely a need for many different styles of such flooring and, as the saying goes: necessity is the mother of all invention!
So whether the need is for a trade show booth flooring with a wood appearance, or something in a cool blue, gray, or blackâ€¦or even if you want to go for a â€œwildâ€, interlocking camouflage flooring, you can be sure it [most likely] exists!Â Practically every size or layout of spaceâ€”whether huge or tinyâ€”can be fitted with secure, interlocking tiles that come with a vast variety of surface appearances and textures.
Posted on: April 29th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Trade show flooring is a real godsend to business owners going to exposÃ©â€™s where trade shows are taking place on concrete floors and youâ€™ve got expensive goods that should be rested on a softer surface, where wall-to-wall carpeting isnâ€™t available.Â Whether youâ€™re looking for trade show booth flooring in a soft carpet, or prefer interlocking rubber tiles like you might see in your favorite gym, the possibilities are virtually endless, and itâ€™s good to know thereâ€™s a mat material suitable for every need, in every circumstance.Â Many trade show participants have their own flooring they bring alongâ€¦just in case the place youâ€™re showing in doesnâ€™t provide carpetâ€¦or only cardboard!