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Entrance Mats

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Indoor Entrance Mats

Grounds Keeper™ 300

Available as scrapers/wipers that trap dirt and moisture, these great-looking indoor mats are broken down by Light, Medium or Heavy traffic, available in a wide variety of sizes that can be customized, and all type of colors to match your facility's decor.

Outdoor Scraper Mats


The 1st line of defense against dirt and moisture is your outdoor mat. Usually made of rubber or a tough fiber, these aggressive scrapers can trap dirt and hold moisture, keeping your facility clean while reducing maintenance costs.

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Entrance mats are so called because they are used inside or outside the entry points to your business. They are manufactured from a variety of materials. They also come in a huge range of styles, colors and sizes, so you will have no problem in finding just the right entrance mat for any purpose.
The primary usage of entrance mats is to protect the local environment from certain types of contamination. People entering a building from the outside may have dirt, moisture or other types of debris on their footwear, and those contaminants will be brought inside if there is no mat available. When you do have a mat in place, the vast majority of people will use it. Another major benefit of using entrance mats is to protect people from slipping due to wet floors.

Yes, there are many different kinds of entrance mats. Mats that are intended for outdoor use have to be more durable, and be able to withstand a variety of weather conditions. These tough mats are perfect for getting mud and other dirt off shoes before entering a building. Indoor mats are not expected to cope with as much punishment as outdoor mats. They are most often used just to wipe off moisture from rainfall or snow.

What are entrance mats made from?

There are many different types of material used to make entrance mats. The material will depend to some extent on what the mat is intended for. The following is a list of some materials used.

a) Nitrile backing – a type of rubber backing that enhances a mat’s durability
b) Polypropylene – a synthetic material that is very good at trapping dirt, and also dries very quickly.
c) Recycled material – a wide range of options
d) Yarn – can be made from natural or synthetic substances, such as nylon.
e) Dyes – used to present mats in an attractive color.

This is one of the most important advantages of using entrance mats. If there are no mats present, people will bring in water from the outside on their shoes, and solid floors will quickly become very damp. Damp floors pose a major slip hazard, and are a prime cause of indoor falls.

Entrance mats provide a level of protection for floors, helping to increase their lifespan. Wooden floors can rot if they are subjected to continual damp conditions, and using entrance mats helps prevent this. Entrance mats are an excellent tool for helping to brand and publicize your business name. You can have mats custom made to carry your logo, and done in your company colors.

Floors that are covered with damp patches, muddy streaks and other debris look unsightly. Additionally, as people walk across such floors, they spread the dirt and moisture ever wider. Having the right kind of entrance mats in place greatly reduces the amount of dirt brought in. You will have a wide range of entrance mats to choose from. Try to pick mats that will complement your business, and that look good. Make sure the type of entrance mats you select is correct for the location and the traffic volume.