Outdoor Entrance Mats

Showing 1-23 of 23
Showing 1-23 of 23

Showing 1-23 of 23 Products

Creating a safe area for visitors to your home, business, industrial facility, or office building often involves the use of one of the best outdoor entrance mats.

Greatmats offers a wide range of options for front door mats. Customers can select from both modern designs that offer decorative elements and standard, heavy-duty black rubber mats that create the safest possible area to step on when entering the building on a rainy day.

Size and Shape Options

It is important to select outdoor entrance mats that are the proper size and shape to match the entrance area of the building.

Whether the building has an entrance with several doors and you need a long mat to cover all of them or you want a mat that extends well into the building, Greatmats has models to meet your needs.

Many of our large mats are rectangular, allowing customers to lay them out horizontally to cover the space in front of multiple doors or vertically, so visitors have to take several steps on the mat before stepping onto the building’s floors.

Common sizes range from 2 by 3 feet to 3 by 10 feet. We even have a commercial roll of matting that measures 6 by 67 feet for areas that need a large area of coverage.

For customers who need a custom size, consider our tiles measuring 1 by 1 foot. These interlocking tiles pop together with very little effort, so installers can create the perfect size to fit the area.

Material Options

When selecting outdoor entrance mats, finding a durable material that can handle areas with heavy foot traffic is the best option.

Some of the most durable mats consist of rubber, which has a grippy surface to protect people from slips when they have wet shoes. Rubber mats made from recycled tires keep a large percentage of tire waste out of landfills as well.

Heavy-duty carpet atop a plastic or rubber base also delivers excellent results for a mat made to catch debris off the shoes of people as they enter a building. Polypropylene plastic is another option for an interlocking tile with a grip.

Pattern and Texture Options

With outdoor entrance mats, having a slightly uneven or rough textured surface will pull dirt and moisture off the shoes of people walking into the building.

Manufacturers can create the desired level of texture through nubs on a rubber mat. With the surface layer of a carpet mat, manufacturers will use different pile heights in the carpeting, making it easier to scrape the soles of the shoes.

For a modern look, customers have the option of creating an entry door mat that includes a business logo or a family name printed on it. These mats can use any of more than a dozen base colors, allowing the logo to stand out clearly.

Many entrance mats have a black color or a darker neutral color that hides dirt well, meaning customers do not have to clean them as often.

Common Use Options

The majority of customers will deploy these mats at the entrance to an office building or industrial facility where visitors will be entering.

Our outdoor entrance mats will have materials and designs that allow them to stand up to rough weather and constant sunlight. They will continue to work well in both cold and hot weather.

Some of these mats will also work for indoor installations at a building or home. When used indoors, it further removes the dirt and moisture from shoes before people walk onto the floors of the building or home. When using these mats indoors, they reduce the chances of someone slipping on a vinyl or stone floor with wet shoes.

Installation Options

When using these outdoor entrance mats, installation is a simple process. Installers can just lay these mats wherever they want to use them. There is no need to use adhesive or tape to hold the mats in place. The grippy back layer on the mat helps to hold it in place.

By not adhering the mats to the subfloor, it’s easy to move them to a new location or to take them out for cleaning.

When selecting interlocking tiles to use as entryway matting, these tiles connect through tabs and loops on the edges. The interlocking design will hold the tiles tightly together without needing to add glue.

Cleaning and Maintenance Requirements

Because these mats have a design made to collect dirt and moisture, cleaning them is necessary on a regular basis. However, because they use heavy-duty materials and generally darker colors, they do hide dirt better than some other types of mats, reducing the need for constant cleaning.

To clean the rubber mats, use a vacuum to remove dry debris or use a garden hose or power washer to rinse them. With a carpet mat, use a vacuum cleaner to remove dry dirt. You can also use a carpet cleaning machine if desired.