Horse Stall Mat Kits

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When seeking to create a safe place for horses and other livestock to stand and rest in a barn, trust the horse stall kits for sale from Greatmats.

These kits are available in several different coverage sizes. They include everything required to create the desired size of floor. These are thick rubber mats used in a complete flooring layout to give horses inside the stable a safe space.

Size and Shape Options

Because these horse stall kits contain all the pieces required to create a layout of a particular size, customers can simply measure the size of the stall in the barn and then order the correct kit, whether that’s a length and width of 8 ft, 12 ft, 16 ft, or 20 ft. Some of the sizes we offer include:
  • 6x12 feet
  • 8x10 feet
  • 8x12 feet
  • 10x10 feet
  • 10x12 feet
  • 10x14 feet
  • 10x16 feet
  • 10x18 feet
  • 10x20 feet
  • 12x12 feet
  • 12x14 feet
  • 12x16 feet
  • 12x18 feet
  • 12x20 feet
  • 12x24 feet
  • 14x14 feet
  • 14x16 feet
  • 14x20 feet
  • 16x16 feet

The black rubber modular tiles featured in these horse stall kits measure about 3/4 inches in thickness. We also offer a roll of rubber flooring that measures about 2/3 inches in thickness.

When making use of tiles and mats, the individual pieces in the kit carry different sizes, depending on the overall size of the layout for the kit. The largest individual mats we offer measure up to 4x6 feet. Some kits may have several 4x6 mats and some smaller mats to configure the desired layout.

Material Options

Each of the tiles and mats in the kit will make use of recycled rubber crumbs. This type of rubber is extremely durable and delivers excellent quality. By using recycled rubber, we can keep old tires out of landfills, creating an eco-friendly type of flooring.

Rubber is a highly desirable type of material to use in horse stall kits, as it provides a little bit of cushioning for animals as they stand in the stall.

Additionally, rubber offers a non-slip surface, so the animal’s handlers and the animal will not slip and fall when wet conditions are present inside the stall. Moisture and puddles inside a horse stall are common as the animals spill their drinking water and leave urine inside the stall.

Pattern and Texture Options

The rubber mats in our horse stall kits consist of all-black rubber. Having a dark color in the mats is a smart idea for flooring in use around livestock and horses, as the dark colors hide stains and soils better than lighter-colored flooring could.

Many of these mats feature a raised pebble pattern on the surface. This creates a little bit of traction for people and horses walking across the equine stall kit mats, reducing the possibility of slips that could cause injuries.

Common Use Options

Although these tiles are most frequently used for the installation of horse stall kits, customers can make use of the mats for a wide range of options where rubber flooring is beneficial.

Keeping with the theme of using these mats in an equine barn, installers may choose to use the tiles inside a general stall. They also work well in a foaling stall or a wash stall, as they keep all ages of animals and their handlers as safe as possible.

Beyond using these mats around livestock, some customers install them in commercial buildings or retail spaces. Some people use the tiles in a gymnasium setting where athletes may be using barbells with significant amounts of weight. The rubber flooring protects the subfloor and cuts down on noise generation.

These tiles also work well for fitness centers where athletes are performing plyometric workouts. The rubber creates a cushioned floor, and it gives athletes a sure grip for their feet as they are trying to generate leverage.

Installation Options

Installing these mats works well for a DIY job, as installers simply need to line up the tabs and slots on adjacent tiles and press them together. Because these mats measure 3/4 inches in thickness, it will require quite a bit of force to connect the edges of the tiles securely.

Each kit includes a “map” that shows the proper layout of the included tiles. Follow the map precisely when connecting the different-sized tiles.

After installing these tiles, understand that they do generate an odor that resembles a new car smell. This odor can be quite strong when installing the mats indoors. For those who have sensitivity to this type of odor, only make use of these tiles in areas with high levels of ventilation or a large barn.

Cleaning and Maintenance Requirements

To clean rubber flooring, you can use a vacuum cleaner or a broom to remove dry debris. In a horse stall, remove feces and stray hay from the surface of the mats.

For a more thorough cleaning, customers can use a hose with a nozzle to rinse the tiles outdoors. Indoors, use a mop with a neutral-pH cleaning solution to wash the tiles.