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About First Mats
Supplier of premium quality industrial and commercial matting.
At First Mats, we believe that quality buildings require quality furniture to give them the best finish. Our floor mats are designed for industrial and commercial facilities and meet with the highest expectations. Visit the First Mats Website to find out more.
 Commercial Matting
Unlike many retailers, First Mats don't aim to offer the cheapest mats. The focus instead is on quality, stocking commercial matting that is suitable for a variety of environments. That is why First Mats is the choice for many schools, retail centres, airports and other commercial facilities around the country. The made to measure entrance mats give buyers an even greater choice, allowing them to fit mats that are designed for the space they have available.
 Industrial Matting
We have a wide range of hard wearing matting designed for industrial environments. Our Anti-Fatigue mats are a familiar sight in warehouses, machine shops and production lines. These too are available in many sizes including made to measure options allowing large or small floor areas to be covered effectively.
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In addition to our main ranges we also offer leisure matting for commercial gyms, swimming pools and leisure centres. There is also a new range of floor safety grip products including grit sheets, tape and GRP stair nosing so whatever you are looking for, make First Mats your First Choice.
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