Customer Reviews For ground protection mat at Greatmats:
Gatekeeper Carpet Mat 3x10 Feet
I ordered this mat for my motorcyle to sit on in the garage. I have 4 other identical mats in the garage;...
Roll Out Mats 1.25 Inch per SF
The design of the mats we have was the best that we found. Being able to customize the size was a big...
Gym Wall Pads and Mats All Sizes
Our basketball gym doubles as an auditorium and the front of our stage unfortunately doubles as spectator...
Horse Stall Mats 4x6 Ft x 1/2 Inch Black
The shopping was easy, plenty of choices. I had a question and used their email service to get it answered....
Rubberlock 3/8 Inch Black 4x4 Ft
The product I received was not up to my standards, but Greatmats did what they could to make it right....
Weight Room Flooring 3/4 Inch Interlocking 3x4 ft Center Tile
Ordering was very easy and we plan to order more stuff from them.
Desert Sage Wellness Center
Gymnastic Mat 4x8 ft x 2 inch V2
I am so happy with my mat!!! It is perfect for yoga, and I use it in my practice (teaching actors movement)...
Most Common Product Questions For ground protection mat at Greatmats:
How do you compare to Zebra mats?
We believe that we have the best interlocking foam puzzle mats on the market, with a one year warranty. Please request a sample to compare.
whats is the max Length roll? can be 2 rolls of 6' x 10'?
This product can be cut to any length over 18 feet long per roll.
Do you think this product suitable for running, i.e. sprinting back and forth over a 40-50' length, loose laid on a carpet floor? If not do you have a product to recommend?
When loose laid over carpet, the roll itself might slip when starting and stopping potentially. The carpet top is ok with shoes and would work for this application, the vinyl top is for barefeet or martial arts shoes. Another option is our plyometric rubber roll in 4 ft widths. The rubber would not slip ontop of carpet, but is also not as rigid as the roll out mats.
I plan to roll two mats out together on my garage floor for Taekwondo. What is the recommendation for keeping these mats together, and to keep them from slipping on smooth concreate?
You may use a vinyl tape to keep the mats together. A rug grip can be used beneath the mats.