We haven’t met a single business owner yet who wasn’t interested in creating a safer, cleaner, and better-looking space inside their building. Enter business floor mats. Sometimes simple solutions can be overlooked, so it’s time to think hard about adding commercial mats to your building.
Every time you place a high-quality commercial mat down, you will be improving your business. Did you know that business floor mats can even be branded? So, even when they are working hard to reduce the amount of dirt and debris being tracked into your space, your floor mats will also be contributing to your marketing efforts.
And since the number one cause of injury in businesses and workplaces are slips and falls, putting non slip rubber matting in the right places will not only reduce injury levels but also make employees more comfortable and enable them to do their jobs more efficiently.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get the right mats in the right places!
Improving Your Building, One Mat At A Time
When you make the decision to add business floor mats to your building, you want to be sure that mats are first placed in areas that need them the most.
Entrance mats are your biggest tool when it comes to dirt control. This is important for several reasons. The less dirt that is tracked into your building, the cleaner it will be. Not only does work towards keeping your space clean (which can help reduce cleaning bills!) but entrance mats also help protect your floors from damage. With the outside weather being unpredictable, mats will help employees and guests remove dirt and water before they walk through your space, which is a best practice for limiting slip and fall incidents.
2. Under Sinks And Behind Counters
It’s true, no one is really going to see these mats. But that doesn’t mean they don’t matter. Commercial mats in these high traffic areas will ease the pressures of standing for long periods of time while cleaning dishes, tools, or serving customers. Standing for long periods of time on hard surfaces causes aches and pains, and reduces productivity and employee morale. Placing anti-fatigue mats under sinks and behind counters is worth the investment.
3. Industrial Zones
If there is anywhere in your building that uses oils, solvents, grease, or other liquids, you need commercial mats. Options such as non-slip rubber matting, Waterhog mats or other mats that provide drainage and quick dry properties will greatly improve the safety of the space.
How To Choose The Right Mats For Your Building
If you recognize that you have areas in your building that could benefit from commercial mats, contact City Clean. Based on our wide range of floor mat options, our expert team can determine which mats will deliver the best results for your building. With more than 40 years in the business, you can trust us to know how to make mats really work for you.