FREMONT, OH — With the adverse weather afflicting so many parts of the country, building managers turn to matting systems to help ensure occupant safety, according to a press release.
In order to work effectively, matting systems must be cleaned and maintained, the release noted.
According to the release, Christopher Tricozzi, vice president of sales and marketing for Crown Mats and Matting, offers some "winter weather" matting care tips for this time of year and throughout the year, including makeing sure 15 feet of matting has been installed, establishing a set, but flexible, mat vacuuming and cleaning schedule with more frequent cleanings performed during adverse weather conditions and check and remove spots as soon as they are noticed.
"Although it does not specifically address cleaning and maintenance, the type of matting selected also makes a big difference during tough weather conditions," said Tricozzi.
"Higher quality mats, those that are typically selected through a distributor, invariably perform better and are easier to clean and maintain," Tricozzi added.
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