Slips, trips, and falls are some of the leading causes of what are called "unintentional injuries" among adults. Every 11 seconds, an adult is treated in an emergency room due to a slip and fall and every 19 minutes, and older person dies due to a fall.
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 ▸
At first glance, most floor mats look pretty much the same. They typically are rectangular and come in a few different lengths and widths. This is most often the case if these are rental mats. Rental mats can be viewed as commodities. They are all pretty much the same as to size and quality, offering the customer relatively few options. Read More ▸
With all the information available on the Internet, you'd think it would be easy for building owners and facility managers as well as distributors to select just about anything they need for their facilities and rest assured, they will get positive results. However, that does not appear to be the case. Read More ▸
Our distributors often report that some customers ask why they should install floor mats? Most of them do know, however, that floor mats can help keep facilities cleaner and healthier. There are several reasons to install high-quality floor mats. Here are five to consider: Read More ▸
The winter months may be the toughest time of the year for hard surface floors. Winter is typically when we have the most rain, snow, and ice buildup. This is also the time of the year ice melt and other salt-based products are used to keep walkways and entries safer for foot traffic. Read More ▸