Runner Length Mat Traps Moisture and Dirt in Large Entrances

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Martinson-Nicholls' new Waterhog Premier Roll Goods carpet matting is ideal for large entrance areas and custom cut applications, trapping dirt and moisture in these applications. It is easily cleaned and durable.

The Waterhog Premier Roll Goods mat has many features and benefits. The versatile "roll good" design is flexible to use. This mat is great for large entrance area installation and custom cut applications. The unique ridged construction of the Waterhog Premier Roll Goods mat effectively removes and traps dirt and moisture.

The exclusive rubber-reinforced face nubs on the Waterhog Premier Roll Goods mat prevent pile from crushing, ensuring maximum product performance life and appearance retention. The premium anti-static 100% polypropylene fiber system will not fade or rot and cleans easily and dries fast.

The Waterhog Premier Roll Goods mat is available in a variety of colors and comes in a herringbone pattern. The colors available are: Black Smoke, Indigo, Southern Pine, Maroon, Grey Ash, Khaki and Chestnut Brown. The Waterhog Premier Roll Goods is available in 6' widths and can be ordered in up to 67' in length.

About Martinson-Nicholls

Martinson-Nicholls, over the last 25 years, has established itself as a leader in custom floor matting and safety solutions.

Martinson-Nicholls provides the customer with the exact size needed-small, large, standard, nonstandard, special shapes and logos. Custom installations are also a specialty of the company.

Anti-slip safety tapes and treads are available in various sizes and textures from hand cut or die cut pieces to full rolls and special shapes.

"We have concentrated on floor safety, anti-fatigue and noise abatement applications. We welcome the special applications that our customers present us with. This has enabled us to satisfy come very unique and unusual problem for our customers," says Dan Ruminski, President of Martinson-Nicholls.

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