Runner Mats vs. Commercial Mats
Do you have a long entry way or a large area of space to cover? If so, runner mats may be an option better suited for your facility. The true difference between a runner mat and a commercial mat is very subtle. They both have the same goal of controlling debris and moisture accumulation but runner mats aim to cover longer floor spaces. Runner mats can be made and customized according to the length of the floor you need protected. In doing so, you can ensure that facility maintenance is reduced and customers, employees and other outsiders feel welcomed and safe.
Featured Runner Mats
Classic Impressions Solid Runner
Classic Carpet Runner
Waterhog Plus Runner
The Added Benefits of a Runner Mat
Safety: Whether your facility experiences high or low foot traffic, placing runner mats in entrances is a good step to secure safety. When a mat is extended to reach the full length of a floor surface, there will be a reduced chance of a slip and fall accident. Since this is something all facilities need to protect against, simply adding a runner mat can be the first line of defense to prevention. It also provides an extended amount of time for customers to scrape away the dirt, moisture, dust and debris from the bottom of their shoes.
Direction: A long runner mat has the ability to not only protect, but to guide people where you need them to be. You can utilize this feature to steer pedestrians while also containing the debris that is being brought in from the outside. This can also be extremely beneficial over surface areas like tile or hardwood that don’t give as much of a grip than traditional flooring or carpet.
Style: Runner mats that are colored and styled to meet your facility design can be aesthetically pleasing to people who enter your building. Runner mats are eye catching due to their length but coordinating them to go with the feel of your facility can end up tying the whole thing together.
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