PVC Anti Fatigue Mats

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Interlocking Anti Fatigue Floor Tiles and Rolls

With flooring made from PVC, customers can install the flooring in areas ranging from residential to industrial, using this flooring system to create a safe and great-looking environment.

Size and Shape Options

PVC anti fatigue mats primarily appear as square tiles that interlock during the installation process. However, other formats are available too, including rolls of matting and interlocking rectangular shapes.

With a few different shapes and sizes available in this type of flooring, it is easy to find just the right format for whatever needs customers have.

The square mats are convenient to handle for installers, as they typically measure 1x1 foot or 18x18 inches in size. One person can take care of the installation process alone with lightweight PVC. Rectangular tiles commonly offer sizes of 10x20 inches.

With rolls, a 33-foot length is the most common option. These rolls are typically available in widths between 2 and 4 feet. These rolls do not have interlocking edges like the square and rectangular tiles do.

Thicknesses range from about 3/8 inches to 1 inch in the interlocking tiles, although 1/2 or 9/16 inches are the most common thicknesses. Rolls typically measure about 1/2 inch in thickness.

Material Options

PVC, short for polyvinyl chloride, is the only material used in PVC anti fatigue mats. It does not mix with other materials. PVC has a number of benefits as a flooring material.

It delivers non-slip benefits, making it safe to use in areas that are frequently wet. It delivers a little bit of cushioning, providing anti-fatigue benefits while remaining durable.

It is available in solid, perforated, and cleated designs, ensuring customers can find just the right format for their needs. Manufacturers can insert multiple kinds of textures in the top layer, providing a sure footing.

PVC anti fatigue mats are affordable while providing a number of color options that will work for either indoor or outdoor usage.

Pattern and Texture Options

Select from a wide range of color options with PVC anti fatigue mats. When installing these mats around pools, you may want fun colors, like teal green or ocean blue. Bright colors like red, yellow, green, and blue are available too.

For more neutral colors, select gray, black, white, brown, or tan. Some of the rolls of PVC will consist of a dark color with a yellow safety strip on the edges.

Many different texture options are available. For tiles made for use in a residential or light commercial setting, such as our StayLock models, subtle textures like orange peel and bump top are available.

For tiles in use in an industrial setting, a more aggressive texture may be the better option. Our ErgoDeck models may include an L-shaped raised texture, raised cleats over the top, or a gritty material attached to the top.

Another texture option involves using a perforated tile, where perforations extend through the entire thickness of the tile, allowing water to drain through the holes to the subfloor.

Common Use Options

PVC tiles and rolls are usable in a wide range of situations. In areas where moisture commonly appears, the grippy material helps people walking across the floor avoid the possibility of slips. Around pools, perforated designs allow water to flow away.

When designing a space where people must stand to work or where people will be exercising, our PVC anti fatigue mats will protect the lower body joints of those using the space.

Greatmats even offers rolls that give people waiting in line a bit more cushion versus standing on a cement sidewalk or a hard vinyl floor. Some of our rolls have lines printed on them every few feet that help with social distancing.

Installation Options

The majority of these tiles and mats have an interlocking edge. Installers can simply place the tabs on one tile into the loops on an adjacent tile to complete the layout.

There is no need to add glue to the layout of these interlocking tiles, either on the interlocking edges or underneath the tiles, which allows the installer to disassemble the tiles later to return to the subfloor.

The rolls of PVC do not require adhesive, either. Some people choose to secure them with vinyl tape, although they should remain in place without sliding around because of their size and weight.

Cleaning and Maintenance Requirements

Because many of these tiles work for either outdoor or indoor use, cleaning is an easy process. They do not require any extra or special maintenance techniques.

Customers can use a vacuum or a broom to remove dry debris from the top of the tiles. Use a neutral pH cleaner and warm water to clean the stains from the tiles while mopping. With tile designs that have perforations, customers can use a power washer or a garden hose and spray nozzle to rinse the tiles.