Eco-Friendly Mats in 2020

Eco-Friendly Mats in 2020

Eco-friendly mats are ideal for individuals and businesses looking to reduce their carbon footprint! We now offer tiles made of recycled tires that are available in a variety of styles. Our mat and tile selection include models that are made of up to 100% recycled PET drinking bottles. Our eco mats also and feature a […]

What Are the Best Types of Walk-off Mats?

What are the Best Types of Walkoff Mats?

Walk-off mats are sometimes called scraper mats, but those are just synonyms for commercial entrance mats that are designed to scrape the bottoms of shoes as people walk into a commercial space. There are several reasons you need entrance mats: The office or commercial space looks better if people aren’t tracking dirt and water throughout […]

Popular Entrance Mat Materials

Popular Entrance Mat Materials

Entrance floor mats offer a variety of benefits to commercial businesses.  From accident prevention to décor, entrance mats help organizations to achieve goals in risk reduction, branding, interior design, and more.  Arguably, there is no lobby installation that offers greater functionality than these heavy-duty floor mats.  Today, entrance mats have come in various materials that […]

LEED Certification: Runners, Mats, or Both?

LEED Certification: Runners, Mats, or Both?

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is an organization dedicated to making the design, construction, and operations of commercial and residential facilities more eco-conscious and sustainable. This objective is accomplished through Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), a third-party certification system that verifies project sustainability and offers incentives for compliance. The USGBC’s LEED certification […]

Are You Smearing Soil in Your Entryway?


Are you smearing soil around your entryway rather than properly removing it from the floor? If you’re using a standard mop, you’re just smearing the dirt around, no matter how clean it may look. Consider how mops work – you only rinse after multiple passes, which means each time you place the mop down, you’re […]

4 Tips That Keep Carpet Flooring Clean

Carpeting is a fundamental must-have for a variety of different commercial and public facilities. It protects the floor, insulates the room, and often raises feelings of comfort and warmth. In recent years, eco-friendly designers and facility managers have increasingly looked for ways to extend the life of carpeting. According to reports, an estimated 4.7 billion […]

Picks from Our Editors: Protect Floors this Fall

This fall, take time to proactively prevent accidents in your entryway. Slips and falls cost American businesses billions each year (source: Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety). Don’t let puddles, wet tiles, or worn-out mats be causal factors in an accident that could cost your business. In the article below, the editors of the Eagle […]

2012 LEED Policy Changes to Watch

2012 LEED Policy Changes to Watch

As covered last week, the 2012 LEED Comment Period has officially opened and feedback from Green builders, contractors, and policymakers is highly encouraged.  As part of our awareness initiative, the Eagle Mat Blog is proud to share this list of changes to watch in 2012.  All readers are encouraged to visit the USGBC on the […]

Time for Change: 2012 LEED Comment Period Has Opened

Time for Change 2012 LEED Comment Period Has Opened

The 2012 LEED Comment Period has officially begun!  All interested parties are invited to join the USGBC online to review and comment on proposed changes to 2012 LEED certification policies.  Though official changes will not be announced until November 7th, the USGBC has provided an overview of the areas that are on the table for […]

Rio+20 Sustainable Development Agenda Leaks

Rio20 Sustainable Development Agenda Leaks

United Nations Agenda for Upcoming Rio+20 Hits the Web and Spreads Environmentalists and policymakers from around the world are well aware of the upcoming United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development.  Referred to by industry insiders as the Rio+20, the event serves as a 20-year follow-up to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) […]