ClimaTex™ Indoor/Outdoor Mats
ClimaTex Indoor/Outdoor Mats offer outstanding floor protection, slip resistance, collection of debris, and more. Our runner and scraper mats are attractive, durable, and made from recycled synthetic rubber materials.
ClimaTex Indoor/Outdoor Runner Mats are used in kitchens, garages, workshops, manufacturing facilities, offices, and more to keep floors clean and offer increased traction. Our runner mats are also used at indoor playgrounds, fitness facilities, and commercial entryways to reduce sound and vibration, protect equipment, and preserve floors.
ClimaTex Indoor/Outdoor Scraper Mats provide the textured pattern to clean boots and shoes. Our Scraper Mats are durable, light-weight, and long-lasting. Even when used as an outdoor scraper mat or an industrial floor mat, our scraper mats will withstand the harshest environments. Dimex heavy-duty scraper mats are used as commercial entry mats, outdoor shower floor mats, non-slip garage floor mats, or even patio entry mats. They are ideal for indoor use as a hall or entry mat to protect wood, tile, or laminate floors and to keep them clean.
Commercial Grade Protection:
- UV and Weather Resistant
- Traps Mud & Dirt
- Easy to Clean
- For Residential and Commercial Environments
- Available in Multiple Lengths
- Manufactured in the USA Using Recycled Synthetic Rubber Materials
|Item Weight||X – X pounds|
|Material||Recycled Synthetic Rubber|
|Texture||Corrugated, or Diagonal Ridges|
|Included Components||1 Mat|
|Warranty Description||Is there a warranty?|
Q: How to correct edging that becomes wavy and disfigured after installation?
A: Weather changes will force the ground to shift throughout the year, specifically in periods of freeze and thaw. As a result, the edging may shift as well because it is above ground. We suggest hammering the spikes back into the ground as a part of a seasonal landscape maintenance routine. In most cases, this will correct weather-related edging movement. A heavy-duty No-Dig may perform better in zones that experience severe seasonal climate change. Alternatively, if you prefer a little-to-no-maintenance edging solution, we suggest using an edging that is installed sub-grade, such as aluminum or dig-in edging.
Q: What to do if pikes are pulling out of the ground?
A: Seasonal maintenance might be required.
• Take the product out of the box and lay it along the shape of your installation. Allow it to heat in the sun to become more flexible. When installing the edging, anchor the first tab and pull it as taught as possible while shaping it around your installation. Make sure the edging is pulled tightly between anchoring points.
• Hammer the anchoring spikes into the ground at an angle to resist freeze/thaw movement.
• Be sure not to anchor the edging too often. This can restrict the ability of the edging to expand and contract and can cause waves.
• When edging is installed and anchored into the ground, immediately cover the tabs with soil and the selected ground cover (mulch, stone, etc.). This acts as a secondary anchoring point and can help to deflect some of the heat that may cause waviness.
• Although this product is No-Dig, it will require seasonal maintenance. Weather changes will force the ground to shift throughout the year, specifically in periods of freeze and thaw. As a result, the edging may shift as well because it is above ground. We suggest hammering the spikes back into the ground as a part of a seasonal landscape maintenance routine. In most cases, this will correct weather-related edging movement. A heavy-duty No-Dig may perform better in zones that experience severe seasonal climate change. Alternatively, if you prefer a little-to-no-maintenance edging solution, we suggest using an edging that is installed sub-grade, such as aluminum or dig-in edging.
As with any plastic edging, heat and fluctuating temperatures can impact an installation. Taking the measures above can help to minimize the effects of an unavoidable factor.
Q: What is the difference between EasyFlex, ProFlex, Vigoro, and EdgePro?
A: EasyFlex & ProFlex are the consumer-grade edgings. There may be details of these products that are slightly different (ie: tab design, wall height, etc.) depending upon the product and retailer. These features will/should not impact functionality. The landscape edgings under these brands are most frequently the No-Dig style with the tab which requires little ground preparation, although there are a few dig-in styles.
EdgePro is the line of commercial/professional-grade edgings. These are heavier-duty products used and sold in commercial locations, such as regional landscapers, garden supply centers, professional distributors, etc. We offer a variety of dig-in edgings in this product line, in addition to paver edgings and tree care items. There may be a few EdgePro items listed in select retailers, but typically these are not sold direct to consumer.
Q: Can I mow over the edging or use a weedwhacker with it?
A: Many gardeners have used the edging along their mowing paths. We do want to caution that, as with any plastic edging, if exposed repeatedly, the edging will eventually incur damage from sharp blades. If the edging is installed below the blade height, it should be fine.