If our 16mm, non-slip rubber matting is the perfect product for your project then don’t miss out on this unbeatable value deal.
In this extra value pack, you’ll find everything you need to be able to lay and fix your grass mats securely, including: 80 16mm rubber tiles, 500 fixing pegs, 1,000 cable ties.
Our GrassMats range are perfect for a number of applications, particularly reducing erosion in high traffic areas and also around low-level children’s play equipment, thanks to its critical fall height of one metre.
Manufactured from recycled rubber, our GrassMats are some of the most cost-effective, environmentally friendly safety surfaces available.
When in use and grass has been able to grow through the holes successfully, these rubber mats ensure a natural green feel is maintained in all areas. You’ll no longer need to worry about it becoming muddy and boggy underfoot, because our protection mats are weather-resistant, maintain natural drainage routes and protect each and every grass blade from the root.
Suitable for flat, sloping or contoured sites, GrassMats will mold to its surroundings ensuring added safety protection from the moment it’s laid.
For more information on installing our maintenance-free rubber matting systems, click here. Or, if you’d like a chat with one of our experts about the best product for you, then don’t hesitate to give us a call.
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What are rubber grass mats suitable for?
They are suitable for paths, events, playarea flooring, equestrian areas, grass protection and much more. Please contact us on live chat if you are unsure.
Can rubber grass mats be installed onto contoured surfaces?
Yes, rubber grass mats are versatile products that can be laid on both flat and contoured surfaces.
What's the difference between the 16mm and 23mm rubber grass mats?
The products are very similar but do vary in a few ways. The main difference being the critical fall height of the mats, 16mm has a CFH of 1 metre and 23mm has a CFH of 3.3 metres.
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