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Choosing a commercial entry mat by style
Select models of entry floor mats for commercial buildings for indoor and outdoor use come in rubber and have a raised bar style. These are also an effective scraper mat that helps remove mud, snow, ice, and slush from footwear. Brands with hollow octagon shapes also provide better drainage to prevent pooling, which can lead to accidents and might damage floors. Scraper versions make cleaning the interior floors of your facility less time-consuming. They still need regular maintenance with mops, dusters, and floor sanitizing products that are available with other commercial janitorial supplies.
Find the ideal commercial front door mat material
You can place several designs inside or outside. These are made with rubber or vinyl bottom linings that help reduce accidents when wet weather makes floors slippery. Some indoor models have a fiber surface that’s softer to walk on than all-rubber or vinyl mats. Another option that helps prevent falls is to use additional safety supplies such as bright orange cones where runoff may puddle or areas are wet. Some brands use up to 50 percent recycled rubber, polypropylene, vinyl, and fiber, which can reduce your company’s environmental footprint. Mats with fiber surfaces are wear-resistant and fade slower than traditional materials. Colors include different shades of blue, gray, red, green, and brown.
Different commercial entry mat sizes
Commercial front door mats for high-traffic areas such as medical facilities, schools, and shopping malls need to fit the entire entryway to remove most of the dirt and debris people can track into a building. The most common sizes brands offer include:
- 24 x 36 inches
- 32 x 24 inches
- 32 x 48 inches
- 36 x 60 inches
- 40 x 60 inches
- 48 x 36 inches
- 60 x 36 inches
- 72 x 48 inches
- 120 x 36 inches
- 120 x 48 inches
Mats that are too big can bubble and lead to costly accidents. Aim for a size that covers as much of the doorway as possible without folding or getting caught in the door. Mats that are a series of octagon shapes to drain water quickly can also use connectors to link multiple mats together. To further reduce accidents, consider adding safety signs to alert visitors when floors are wet.