Posted on: May 18th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
When youâ€™re looking for entrance door mats with carpet top, rubber welcome mats just donâ€™t cut it, now do they?Â Sure, recycled rubber door mats are gorgeous and are great for greeting guests, who need to wipe their shoes, but you canâ€™t expect those arriving at your business or even home to stand out in the rain, if you donâ€™t have a covered porch, wiping their feetâ€”especially if they donâ€™t happen to have an umbrella, now can you?
And you donâ€™t have to worry about spending an arm and a leg for decent entrance mats, either.Â Low cost entry door mats are readily available and come in a variety of colors and appearances to fit most any taste and needâ€”typically in conservative profiles, so as not to draw unwanted attention to them selves.
Posted on: May 12th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Springtime is almost over and summer is oh so close. But there still might be a few rainy days in the forecast, and so why not replace that old front door mat and buy a few welcome mats to match the coming summer, and subsequent autumn months?
Donâ€™t you get tired of that same, old mat thatâ€™s been there on your porch all these years? The same one you often look down at while wiping your feet and think, â€œWe need to get a new welcome mat.â€ So why not buy something thatâ€™s not only beautiful, but durable and eco-friendly, to boot?
Sure, you could settle for just one of several, nice quality, all season home door mats, and be done with it, but what about the back door? What about the entrance into the house, from the garage? Why not cover every entrance and place something attractive at each of those points of entry into your home? These mats are not only eco-friendly, but are durable and easily hosed off to maintain their beauty.
Posted on: May 8th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
It used to be, in industrial circles, there wasnâ€™t so much as a passing thought for eco friendly door matsâ€”door mats were door mats! You wipe your feet on them, for crying out loud!Â But thank goodness the mindset of the world has advanced to care about what happens to the earthâ€™s ecology.Â Door mats, after all, do wear out and they must be disposed of; so why NOT manufacture products that will break down and not pose long-term detriment to our environment?
Recycling technology has come such a long way, products made from recycled materials donâ€™t LOOK â€œrecycledâ€ in any way; on the contrary, these mats are very attractive and highly durableâ€”hardly what one would expect some years ago from â€œenvironmentally friendlyâ€ goods! Gone are the days of â€œstandardâ€, black, ugly welcome mats; nowadays door mats are better looking, more durable, more functional, plus they donâ€™t take a hundred years to dissolve!
Posted on: May 3rd, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Ever pay attention to the various styles of decorative door mats people place, for your welcomed arrival, on their doorstep, whether itâ€™s a residence or nice office, such as a dentists office or other professional locale?Â Who hasnâ€™t? Â Especially when inclement weather has caused you to have to step into a puddle, or has caused grime in the parking lot to get on the soles of your shoes.Â Itâ€™s at those moments when we stop to notice how nice it is to have good quality, rubber door mats in the world, now isnâ€™t it?Â Otherwise, we probably just go about life, never noticingâ€¦until the next bit of muck we get on our shoe(s), and then we WELCOME those Welcome mats, now donâ€™t we?
And if your needs for a durable mat to prevent slips on otherwise slippery steps or an inclined surface are what youâ€™re facing, then you might begin your search for anti-slip door mats, to begin with, perhaps just preceding something more ornamental. Â Keep in mind: door mats such as entry mats also reduce wear and tear on carpets, where the in-and-out traffic can really take its toll. No matter your needs, door mats and entry mats are practically a must for every doorway in existence!