Commercial Matting Services

First impressions matter. City Wide recognizes this, which is why your entryway is one of our highest priorities. We recommend entryway mats as a common supplement to janitorial service for all of our clients.

Since matting is a crucial investment for the safety of your building, we often recommend letting us service them for you. Whether employees or customers realize it, they depend on well-kept matting to prevent slips or trips.

Why Unkempt Matting Presents Problems

Bacteria and dirt cling to our footwear as our shoes come in contact with a wide variety of surfaces all day long. In fact, these bacteria have been proven to transfer from footwear to clean surfaces. A study from The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association (ISSA) showed that as much as 85% of the dirt in a building enters via people’s shoes. This means harmful contagions and grime can easily spread into your building along high-traffic areas.

Think of the impact of that dirt on your bottom line: maintenance costs and labor expenses for cleaning and repairs. By following recommended matting procedures, you can reduce contamination greatly.

Proper mats not only save you money, but also help your building’s floors look better than ever. City Wide can get your mats in a variety of materials and styles for every budget and décor. They are even available with your company logo featured. You can create a great first impression for your clients and maintain the look of your facility with the help of our experts.

Keeping Matting Simple with City Wide

Not only do we offer flexibility based on your needs and budget, but it’s a priority for us to maintain and periodically replace your matting when needed. You can purchase mats outright, or signup for a scheduled matting service that replaces mats periodically. Either way, it’s important your mats are vacuumed daily for maximum effectiveness and replaced when they begin to show wear and tear.

Contact City Wide today to set up a matting program that fits your building size, soil level, and budget.