In 2022, we work from home. The pandemic has been awful in so many ways, but a silver lining is our collective effort to restore a work-life balance. While we were forced to WFH against our will, we realised that it actually isn’t so difficult.
If you’ve got a one-off event or special project coming up, you might be considering renting mats, instead of buying. There are pros and cons to both, so you should consider your needs and goals very carefully. Being a mat shop, we don’t hire out mats, but we can point you in the direction of the people that do.
We recently discussed the factors that affect whether you should install your entrance mat into a recess. We also highlighted some of the benefits, including health and safety, cleanliness and mat longevity.If you have made the decision to go with a recessed entrance mat, there are some things you should know.
If you’re planning an event or you’re sick of the dogs ripping up the yard, artificial grass is a great alternative to the real deal. With expenses for turf laying and relaying quickly adding up, artificial grass gives you a lookalike for a fraction of the price. It’s also easier to maintain and much longer-lasting than real grass.
You probably don’t even notice the mats you walk over most days. The funny ones – sure, they might get a giggle. The rest, though, not so much as a smile. While they spend their lives being largely ignored, doormats do a lot for us. They keep us safe and they keep our homes and businesses clean. They promote our brands and keep our costs down.
It isn’t a scenario we like to think about, but if you work in a physical job, there is always a chance that you could hurt yourself. Even if you work at a desk, it is important to be aware of the potential safety hazards around you.
The weather situation in Australia right now is pretty dire, and you might have had an issue with flooding, depending on where you live. Where flash floods have affected your building, your entrance mat has most likely taken a battering.
If you’ve had a browse through our site – and maybe even if you haven’t – then you might have noticed that most of our mats come in 2 sizing options: standard or custom. Custom sizing seems self-explanatory, but it can be confusing to know its limitations.
If you are designing, constructing or managing a building, you might be considering using aluminium floor mats somewhere in your entranceway. The most common area to use aluminium is the doorway, but it is sometimes used in other common areas.
If you are installing new entrance matting, you want to get it right. Once you choose your type, size and design, there is still one more thing you need to consider: recessed or loose laid?