Rubber mats are a brilliant form of grass protection which is available in two grades – 16mm and 23mm.
This is the thicker of the two available and is perfect for outdoor areas prone to underfoot wear and tear. As well as being able to protect the delicate grass root, our rubber protection mats are a brilliant safety application for children’s play areas and are able to absorb impact from heights of 3.3m.
Thanks to the structure of this type of grass protection it allows effective water drainage and maintains a natural appearance, allowing grass to grow and be treated as normal. These rubber mats can be used on level and undulating ground and are extremely quick and easy to install. Not only that, they’re considered one of the most affordable and economical forms of grass protection available, so if you’d like to discuss your requirements, feel free to get in touch with our expert team today.
To find out how our past customers have used our Rubber Grass Mats then read; Versatile Rubber Grass Mats, Unlikely Uses or read all of our Rubber Grass Mats customer review blogs.
Or if you want to learn more about our rubber grass mats, read our Everything You Need To Know About Rubber Grass Mats blog where you can discover the benefits, specification and many uses of our mats along with much more information!
What are these 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 these be installed onto contoured surfaces?
Yes, these are versatile products that can be laid on both flat and contoured surfaces.
What's the difference between the 16mm and 23mm 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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Everything You Would Ever Need to Know About Rubber Grass Mats
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Grass Mats Used To Create A Non-Slip Path Over Concrete For Ponies
This case study comes from Wilma who was having an issue with a very icy and potentially dangerous concrete path leading from here ponies stable to their paddock.
Grass Mats Installed Behind A Shipping Container In A Horse Paddock
This case study comes to us from Trevor who was looking for a suitable flooring product for horse paddock after putting a shipping container within one of his...
Rubber Grass Mats Installed on a Back Garden
This case study comes from Richard who contacted us at the very end of last year following a problematic start to Winter where his dogs had been running along...
Rubber Grass Mats Installed In An Equestrian Yard
This case study comes from Amy, she was looking for a permeable yet soft rubber flooring for horses in their equestrian yard. In previous years and especially last...
London Zoo Using Grass Mats To Create Standing Area For Shows
This case study comes from ZSL London Zoo who were looking for a grass protection product to solve an issue they were facing around daily shows. They needed...
Grass Mats Used To Create Paths At Lancaster Golf Club
This case study comes from Mike, the Greens Chairman at Lancaster Golf Club. After he had seen other golf courses create pathways for winter and with Lancaster having its wettest...
Rubber Grass Mats Installed Under A Caledonia Play Swing Set
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Grass Protection Mats Used Under Fitness Trees
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