The matting dilemma that many building managers are faced with is whether to buy or rent their mats. Out of convenience, many building managers decide to rent their floor mats from rental distribution companies. This puts our customers at risk of losing business opportunities.
For building owners and managers considering the purchase of high-performing matting systems, two words they likely will run into frequently are nitrile and rubber. Due to the importance of nitrile rubber when it comes to selecting an effective matting system here is everything you need to know: Read More ▸
According to ISSA, the leading trade association for the cleaning industry worldwide, entry mats can provide a positive ROI to building managers. Entry mats are necessary to keep buildings clean of dirt and moisture. However, these items should be considered an investment rather than just a necessary commodity. Read More ▸
First impressions are lasting impressions. Many retailers are missing a tremendous opportunity by not taking advantage of Image floor mats. Valuable real estate in the entrance of a facility remains untapped. According to Joseph S. King, Ph.D., a professor of psychology at Radford University in Radford, Virginia, floors can be an effective location for advertising information1. Read More ▸
Wear-Bond Comfort-King Wear-Bond Comfort-King made with our patented Zedlan Foam provides outstanding comfort, safety and durability! Wear-Bond Deck-Plate top with Zedlan anti-fatigue foam reduces fatigue for those working in a standing position by providing a balance of softness and support. Read More ▸
According to the National Safety Council, fatigue costs U.S. employers more than $130 billion a year in health-related lost productivity. Shift workers are at the highest risks for fatigue related injuries, about 15% of full-time employees in the U.S. work on shifts, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Read More ▸
One of the services Crown offers its customers is to design and then manufacture what are called image mats. These are typically found at the entrances of hotels, office buildings, restaurants, retail locations, schools and universities, inside and outside grocery stores, even industrial facilities. Now, more than ever they are being used for social distancing. Read More ▸