Horse Stall Mats Interlocking Custom Mats per SF
Interlocking Custom Recycled Rubber Horse Stall & Wash Mats per SF
Top Features for Horse Stall Mats Interlocking Custom Mats per SF
- Interlocking kits are designed to fit your stall
- Waterjet cut interlocking system provides the tightest fitting mats possible
- Top quality material best on the market, Made in the USA
- Diamond top surface pattern is easy to clean
- Requires no adhesive for installation
- Made from 100% recycled rubber
- 12 year warranty
- Easy to install and maintain
Horse Stalls, Wash Stalls, Aisle Ways, Foaling Stalls, Semen Collection Stalls, Trailer Floors, Grooming areas
Interlocking stall mats are custom made kit sizes, Designed to fit your stall size
We offers the highest quality interlocking stall mats on the market at very competitive prices. These horse mats are tight-fitting interlocking rubber tiles, and they're precision cut with a water jet for a perfect installation every time.
How Our Interlocking Horse Stall Mat Kits Work
We understand that not every horse stall is the same size or shape. This means you may need a pre-cut kit to fit the exact measurements of your stall. Our interlocking stall mats are so thick and heavy that it can be tough and time consuming to cut them yourself. Our custom kits give you the ability to install them more quickly. One large benefit of interlocking mats within a horse stall is that the interlocking tiles are much easier to clean than non interlocking mats.
Our customer service team offers free design help. Or consider using our online floor plan designer tool to help turn the measurements of your area into a scaled drawing. Our horse stall kits are an excellent choice for odd-sized horse stalls, aisle ways, and hay storage areas.
Our horse stall kits are available in many standard kit sizes, as shown below. Custom sizes also are available to fit your unique floor upon request. If you order a custom kit, based on your measurements, we will cut our mats to sizes that will fit your area perfectly after you've interlocked the mats together.
Horse Stall Mats Rubber Material
Our interlocking horse stall mats consist of 100 percent recycled, vulcanized rubber that features a flat bottom for cleanliness with a diamond top surface pattern to provide the most comfortable surface for a horse. All of our horse stall mat tiles are manufactured in the United States.
These horse stall mat kits are made of the best material on the market for maximum longevity in easy-to-install equine mat kits. They are rated to last for 20 years or more in equine environments and feature a 12-year warranty against manufacturing defects.
We offers these horse mats from a national leading manufacturer of top-quality rubber mats. Our mats are cut precisely with a water jet to ensure an exact fit between the interlocking stall mats. Additionally, the high-quality manufacturing process for our horse stall mats ensures that the mats are of a uniform thickness throughout the mat with a tolerance of up to 0.045 inches.
Benefits of Interlocking Stall Mats
The interlocking stall mats are a great option for a stall mat for a variety of reasons.
No adhesives required: The tight fit of these puzzle mats means you don't have to use adhesives or tape to keep the mats together. This means the mats are easy to install. You also could take apart these mats if needed just as easily.
No gaps: An interlocking style horse stall mat is great because you don't have to worry about seams sticking up. The seams in the puzzle style horse stall mats fit tightly, unlike what you might find by just placing flat sided mats next to each other in the stall. A loose seam could cause the horse or you to trip while walking in or out of the stall. Each of the edges on our interlocking stall mats is water cut, ensuring an exact fit.
Avoiding seepage between seams: If the seams are loose, horse manure, urine, or other debris could wedge between the mats, causing odors to build up or causing a loss in the integrity of the subsurface down the road. A build-up of debris under the horse stall tiles could even cause damage to cement over time.
Waterproof fit: With our horse stall mats, the liquids will remain atop the rubber mats, allowing the bedding to soak them up for easy cleaning. These mat options provide a waterproof barrier, even in areas where you experience freezing and thawing during the year.
Anti-fungal: Our tight fitting rubber horse stall mat tiles provide anti-fungal and anti-bacterial capabilities in an equine environment. They're safe to use for any hot shoeing or cold shoeing processes, as tested and approved by the American Farrier Association (AFA).
Quality: Our horse stall mat tiles provide a high-quality construction, which is important for interlocking stall mats. If you choose to go with a lesser quality mat, you may experience mats that aren't of a uniform thickness, which could cause mats to buckle or fold when a horse stands on them. If a horse constantly stands on uneven horse stall mat tiles, the poor surface quality can cause stress on the leg joints of the horses.
Installing Horse Stall Mats that Interlock
When installing our interlocking stall mats for horse stalls, you need to prepare the subsurface. The materials over which you can install the horse stall mats include:
If you're installing the stall mats over loose materials and fines, the materials should be spread out to a depth of 4 or 5 inches. It's a good idea to water down the loose materials to ensure they've compacted properly. (Be sure to let the materials dry before installing the mats.) As long as individual granules are less than 1/8-inch in size and provide adequate drainage, the horse stall mats will install successfully over loose materials.
If you attempt to install the mats over an uneven surface, it won't drain properly or the mats could become damaged. It's recommended that once you've leveled the area in the stall, you use a piece of plywood that's the same thickness as the mats you want to use to ensure the area is properly leveled.
When it's time to actually install the mats in the custom kit, each one will be numbered on the back, allowing you to match each mat to the included diagram. When the interlocking edges are lined up, you can walk over them to press them into place.
Finally, we recommend that you leave a gap, but no more than 1/2-inch, between the edge of the mats and the stall wall to allow for heat expansion.
Maintaining the Interlocking Stall Mats
Our interlocking horse stall mats are pretty easy to maintain. The mats will last 20 years or more with proper maintenance in an equine environment.
Cleaning dry debris: Just use a stiff bristled broom or a beater brush vacuum to clean dry debris from the interlocking stall mats.
Cleaning minor stains and soils: You can use warm water and a mild cleaning solution, such as dish soap, on the mats to clean simple stains. Use a stiff bristled brush or a cleaning rag to remove the stains.
Cleaning major soils: Make use of a stronger floor cleaner, such as bleach or a commercial product, to clean stubborn soils and stains. Be sure to dilute the cleaning solution as directed on the bottle.
Dealing with odors: Sometimes horse stall mat tiles will have a rubbery smell immediately after installation. If your horse stall doesn't have much ventilation, you may notice the odor more strongly. To reduce the smell, you can clean the mats with a floor cleaning solution.
Removing substances: Should any cleaning agent, oil, grease, or solvent end up on the mats, it could make them slippery. Additionally, petroleum-based cleaners and substances could cause damage to the horse stall mat rubber tiles over time. Be sure to remove any of these substances fully using mild soap and water.
Interlocking Horse Stall Mat Kit Sizes
The sizes below are the stated sizes of the kits, and the sizes on the right are the actual installed interlocking stall mat kit size after the pieces are interlocked together.
8 x 10 feet: 7 feet 11 inches x 9 feet 10-7/8 inches
8 x 12 feet: 7 feet 11 inches x 11 feet 10-1/4 inches
10 x 10 feet: 9 feet 10 inches x 9 feet 10-7/8 inches
10 x 12 feet: 9 feet 10-5/8 inches x 11 feet 10 inches
10 x 14 feet: 9 feet 10 inches x 13 feet 9 inches
10 x 16 feet: 9 feet 10-7/8 inches x 15 feet 9 inches
10 x 18 feet: 9 feet 10-7/8 inches x 17 feet 8 inches
10 x 20 feet: 9 feet 10-7/8 inches x 19 feet 8 inches
12 x 12 feet: 11 feet 10 inches x 11 feet 10-1/4 inches
12 x 14 feet: 11 feet 10 inches x 13 feet 9-5/8 inches
12 x 16 feet: 11 feet 10-1/4 inches x 15 feet 9 inches
12 x 18 feet: 11 feet 10 inches x 17 feet 9-1/4 inches
12 x 20 feet: 11 feet 10-1/4 inches x 19 feet 8 inches
12 x 24 feet: 11 feet 10 inches x 23 feet 8-1/4 inches
12 x 26 feet: 11 feet 10-1/4 inches x 25 feet 6 inches
14 x 14 feet: 13 feet 9 inches x 13 feet 9 inches
14 x 16 feet: 13 feet 9-5/8 inches x 15 feet 9 inches
14 x 18 feet: 13 feet 9 inches x 17 feet 9-1/4 inches
14 x 20 feet: 13 feet 9-5/8 inches x 19 feet 8 inches
16 x 16 feet: 15 feet 9 inches x 16 feet
16 x 18 feet: 15 feet 9 inches x 17 feet 9-1/4 inches
16 x 20 feet: 15 feet 9 inches x 19 feet 8-5/8 inches
Additionally: our mats are available in 1/2 -inch or 3/4 inch thicknesses. The 1/2 inch thick mats have a tolerance of plus/minus 0.040 inches, while the 3/4 inch mats have a tolerance of plus/minus 0.045 inches. Specifically designed plastic shims that fit the interlocking stall mats are provided with these rubber tiles in order to provide a solution if any of the tiles have different thicknesses. Shim Guide PDF
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what about drainage?
Can these horse stall mats be picked up at the Orlando warehouse?
I am looking for a good quality 1/2 mats for my stalls we have cement floors and want the mats to be soft on our horses but long lasting is this the right one? I was also looking at the foaling mats would they work just as good?
I am looking to get an estimate for stall mats that will be layed on concrete,the stalls will be 16 by 24,want good cushing for their legs