Rubber mats are a brilliant form of grass protection which is available in two grades – 16mm and 23mm.
The thicker of the two (23mm grass mat) 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.
The thinner 16mm grass mat is better suited as solely a grass protection mat, helping to protect grass at both the root and blade, helping to reduce compaction and erosion of soil which helps to keep grass much healthier during times of intensive use or poor weather. The 16mm rubber grass mat can, however, protect against critical falls from a maximum height of 1-metre which is great for low-level play.
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 Mat blogs. 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!
It must be noted that rubber grass mats are a functional product which is designed to provide a solution which allows grass to be fortified. Holes in the mats are sometimes imperfect in their shape and may not be wholly central to the cell in which they sit, however this does not undermine the structural or functional integrity of the mat, nor does it impede the grass from growing through and therefore any mat with imperfect perforations will not be deemed as faulty or unfit for purpose.