Horse Stall Mats
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Equi-Lock Interlocking Horse Stall Mats
We have an additional option for horse stall rubber flooring: Equi-Lock. These rubber horse mats are constructed of 100% premium recycled rubber. They provide a tight fit, quick delivery, easy installation, and a visually attractive floor system. Interlocking rubber horse mats are easily installed over a concrete, dirt, or clay floor. The rubber tiles lock very snugly to create a solid rubber floor mat. And best of all: if part of the mat gets damaged, those tiles can be easily replaced with new ones, without having to redo the entire rubber floor!
Rubber flooring can make a world of difference for your horse stall or horse trailer, contact us for a quote on your upcoming rubber flooring project!
Allied Products wants to be a part of the successful completion of your project. We have all of the rubber, vinyl, and hardwood materials for both residential and commercial applications. We can meet your requirements and ship anywhere in the USA & Canada. We also provide free advice and quotes! So contact us today, we’d love to be a part of your project!
Installation for Horse Stall Rubber Mats
- Before installing the rubber mats, each rubber mat should be set for a minimum of 24 hours to acclimate to room temperature. This will ensure a secure and tight installation avoiding any size fluctuations of the mats.
- All subsurfaces should be inspected for any holes or variances to the surface.
- Repair any holes and fill in any gaps with fillers as needed.
- Remember any walls and curbs the mats will attach too are not perfectly straight or square. When starting, It is important to determine the absolute center of the surface area by locating the both the horizontal and vertical center points. This should be marked using the chalk line.
- Once this point has been confirmed this will be the starting point.
- Place the first mat in the corner of the two horizontal and vertical lines.
- Then take the next mat and lay it next to the first mat. Repeating this process until the surface area has been completely covered with the rubber mats and adhesive. Try to avoid excess adhesive being shoved into seam areas, this can cause gapping. If gapping does occur you can use cellophane tape (do not use duct tape as it will leave behind unwanted residue) to hold the mats temporarily together while the curing of the adhesive and rubber mats is completed.