Property owners and property managers have a lot to think about. Not only do they need to ensure that tenants are happy and that the building is well occupied, but they are also in charge of making common areas safe and welcoming. That may sound like a simple task, but finding the right mats that perform well and look great does take some effort. Commercial mat options include classic mats, Water-hog floor mats, and even image mats, but how do you know which ones you need and where to put them?
Mats That Will Improve Your Property
City Clean offers indoor and outdoor commercial floor mats for property management, including many options with differing features that can enhance the image and the safety of both condominiums and apartment buildings. Often times, property managers worry the most about lobby mats and entrance way mats, but the reality is that there are so many ways and so many places mats can be used to improve building common areas.
Let’s take a look at some of the top options worth considering.
- Custom logo and personalized mats. These mats are created with your logo, symbol, or building name imprinted on mat.
- Interior mats and runners. These classic mats are plain, and typically used inside the main entrance of apartment offices to keep dirt and debris to a minimum. These mats can also be used in covered parking garages and in front of elevators. Many buildings opt to use Water-hog floor mats in these locations as well, in order to keep floors from becoming slick during wet weather.
- Exterior mats and runners. These mats are typically located in the exterior areas of your property. They are usually made of rubber or other scraper material.
- Gym and weight room mats. Many of today’s apartment and condo buildings offer gym and workout spaces as part of the building amenities.
- Pool, shower, and storage room mats. These additional facilities require mats with anti-slip and drainage properties.
- Office mats. Don’t forget about the property management office! Anti-fatigue mats can be used in areas where employees may stand for long periods of time, and brush mats are a good idea in those high traffic areas used by both staff and tenants coming to speak with property management.
- Roof mats. If your building also includes an entertaining area up on the roof, make sure you are using mats to protect the space and to make it safe and comfortable.
Make Your Building Stand Out With City Clean
You only get one chance to make a first impression, and having the right mats in place can help your building make the best impression possible. Not only can clean and high-quality commercial mats impress prospective tenants, but they will also help keep your current tenants and visitors safe and happy too. For more information on how anti-fatigue mats or classic mats can improve the buildings you manage, contact City Clean.