As specialist foam safety mat suppliers we work with numerous organisations to supply protective matting for a range of indoor and outdoor uses. The products we offer can be used to absorb impact and protect people using the area, as well as preventing damage to floors and equipment. The foam surfaces that we provide are commonly used in schools, sports clubs and recreational areas for both proffesionls and for beginers. A range of sizes and specifications are available so you can choose the most appropriate foam mat for your requirements. Please contact us to discuss the costs of these protective foam mats and we would be glad to answer any questions about the products we offer in more detail.
Many schools and sports clubs look for foam mat suppliers as they need a protective surface for different sporting activities. We are able to provide impact absorbing landing mats for gymnastics, climbing walls and athletics events like high jump and pole vault. The use of safety mats within a school can allow children to learn new skills and introduce them to athletics. This can produce future hobbies for the kids along with providing a good form of exercise. The mats are made with PVC covers and foam inners which provide maximum comfort and safety for users. The specifications range in size and depth depending on the amount of protection that is required.
As well as supplying protective safety matting for sports facilities and their surrounding areas, we also offer other products such as keg mats, cellar protection safety pad and protective wall matting. These can be used in many different facilities including bars, pubs, restaurants and domestic homes. Keg cask cellar mats are often used when transferring beer containers into cellars for storage. If the kegs were dropped from a height straight onto the floor this could cause damage to the container and the floor surface. This is why protective matting should be utilised to absorb impact and prevent damage to stock or the storage area.
The sugar tax can help to fund long jump facilities for nearby schools and sports clubs across the UK. The introduction of a sugar tax on soft drinks means that a number of establishments can get money to pay for sports facilities in order to encourage young people to get involved in sports. The main aim of the sugar tax is to reduce childhood obesity in the United Kingdom by putting taxes on the soft drink industry. By doing this, children and young people will become more healthy and much more likely to get involved in sporting activities, and use equipment such as the protective surfacing at schools and sports clubs.