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Entry Mats have a  proven ROI for Building Managers

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 ▸

Mats with a Message

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 ▸

Busy Facilities Need the Most Effective Matting Systems Available

According to Statista, a research organization, there are more than 5,100 public airports in the U.S. As of 2017, the five busiest in the country – Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta, Los Angeles International, O'Hare International, Dallas/Fort Worth International, and Denver International - are used by more than 16 million people every year. Read More ▸

Important Questions to Ask Before Selecting Mats

Building administrators are charged with asking several key questions before they select floor mats for their facilities. This may come as a surprise to many, because there is a widespread belief that mats are, well, pretty much all the same. That could not be further from the truth. Read More ▸

Matting by the Numbers

Many cleaning contractors and facility managers are unaware of the fact that there are lots of numbers associated with building entry mats. For instance, here’s one: 500. Read More ▸