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.
Most of us have heard of LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certification. Created by the US Green Building Council, it was initially designed to help building owners better understand what is necessary to make their facilities healthier, safer, and more environmentally friendly. Read More ▸
Hotel properties are very diverse, with all types of rooms used for a variety of purposes. This also means they need floor mats that can address several different hotel needs. Read More ▸
Hotel properties are complex facilities. They include guest rooms, lobbies, food service areas, bars, sometimes ballrooms, and public and private meeting areas, to name just a few. Because of this, hotels typically need different types of mats to help protect the health of the facility and keep guests and hotel users safe. Read More ▸
The astute facility manager knows just how vital mats are. They keep dust, soil, moisture, and grit outside, keeping the inside of their facility cleaner and healthier. Read More ▸
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 ▸