Flooring or Matting?

So…flooring or matting? Both improve performance and keep you refreshed, but which one is right for you?

Ergonomic Flooring
Modular, interlocking tiles that can create a floor above a floor. Think in terms of wall to wall carpeting.
Ergonomic Matting
An anti-fatigue solution designed to cover a single workstation. Think in terms of a rug.
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What is Flooring?
Flooring is made up of modular interlocking tiles that can go as long or as wide as you need. Wearwell’s patented locking system holds tile together but can be unlocked and relocked without tools or big muscles.
What is Matting?
The economical, tried-and-true anti-fatigue solution for workstations and assembly lines. Most mats are standard or custom geometric shapes that can be easily dropped in place. Some mats are available in long rolls that can be laid out quickly along aisles or staging areas.
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Why Choose Flooring?
Most workers don’t just stand – they move. Flooring can be installed wall-to-wall to protect against slips, trips, falls, heel strikes, back pain, and muscle aches. Flooring comes in multiple styles to help you create durable, high visiblity paths.
Why Choose Matting?
Matting is your easy-to-install defense against fatigue in a wide variety of applications. Studies show, too, that matting delivers quantifiable improvements in productivity and lost time.
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How to I Install Flooring?
Just connect the tiles and trim to accommodate your space – no adhesive or fasteners required.
How do I Install Matting?
Simply lay down and roll it out like a rug or runner. Matting can also be made to specified lengths, widths, and shapes.
View all Wearwell options here. PAC is always there to help guide you through the selection process, we will work with you to make sure you get the right kind of mat laid out exactly the way you require. You can contact us at 888.903.0333 or at [email protected] and speak with a knowledgeable Wearwell sales rep.
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