Mats Inc. Introduces New Logo Matting that Enhances Image and Improves Indoor Air Quality

May 31, 2019


Mats Inc., a leading commercial matting and flooring solutions company, today introduces Graffiti, its new logo matting collection that enhances a facility’s image while improving indoor air quality by reducing the amount of debris and particulates that enter a building.  

“Graffiti was created with urban environments in mind and for the opportunity to inspire artful entrances,” said Annie Ingraham, product manager at Mats Inc. “It’s a practical matting collection that offers style, durability and low maintenance.”

Graffiti is made from 100 percent polypropylene fibers and combines the moisture wicking and cleaning benefits of walk-off matting with the luxurious appearance of plush carpeting. The material can be used to produce mats that feature logos or custom designs for branding opportunities. Logos and designs are cut using water jet technology to create crisp, clean lines. Experienced artisans meticulously assemble and securely fasten each component to deliver superior quality loose-lay matting. The matting can be produced in nearly any shape and size, from standard rectangles to more elaborate forms, to accommodate areas such as revolving doors, reception desks and especially large entrances and lobbies. Graffiti is available in 17 neutral and bold colors. 

Because of its combination of style, practicality and durability, Graffiti is ideal for Class A office buildings, healthcare facilities, hospitality settings, multifamily residences, restaurants, retail, and more. 

For more information about Mats Inc., visit

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