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Buy Coir Matting

Coir matting is a type of entrance matting and flooring made from coconut husk fibres. It resembles a straw or brush-like material that is incredibly effective for entrance mats. Its traditional appearance makes it popular with restaurants, pubs, hotels, and homes from all eras.

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When you look at a Coir Mat next to more contemporary cotton or Nylon alternatives, the differences between them will be instantly apparent. Both types of matting have their specialisms, but some of the benefits of using Coir Matting include;

Unsurprisingly, an entrance is the most common place to find a coir mat. Unlike other types of matting, coir coconut matting can be installed in a wall-to-wall format filling the entire floor area of an entrance porch or in a recessed mat-well for a more premium finish than a contemporary loose-lay mat.

If you are unsure of the correct thickness for your needs, contact a professional floor fitter to order and install your matting or request a sample piece to see how it looks inside the space you intend to use it.

Buying Tip: If your mat well is deeper than the sizes we offer, boards or similar materials can be used to build up the height to the required level, ensuring a flush finish with the surrounding floor. When used in a mat well, the coir matting can be laid within the recess without any adhesives to make it easier to lift and clean. Still, if the mat is likely to move, a small amount of adhesive (either a few dots or a cross on the backing) is all you will need to keep it in place.

Coconut Coir has been used as matting in the UK since the 19th century, long before the days of synthetic fibres that are used in soft flooring today, so it's hardly surprising that part of the appeal of Coir Mats is the old-fashioned timely look that suits older buildings and cottages perfectly. Because of this, natural coir has been the preferred choice for many, but more people are using the new coloured coir to suit modern homes too.

The lifespan of Coir Matting can be prolonged by regular care and maintenance. For example, if the mat is loosely laid, you can turn it upside down and shake it outside to remove any dirt build-up in the piles. Typically, however, you can remove most of the dirt and debris with a vacuum cleaner; just leave any mud to become dry first. Coir matting is very absorbent, so it is recommended not to saturate the mat when cleaning it. A dry cleaning powder can effectively remove marks that do not simply vacuum away. Avoid using strong chemicals such as cleaning detergents and white spirits as these can damage the natural coir fibres.

Whichever type of mat you choose, First Mats guarantee that you will receive matting made only from the highest quality materials. All of our mats are sourced from established, reputable manufacturers. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you can promptly contact us and address your concerns.

There are multiple types of open weave textile mats, each with its own level of strength and resilience. Popular kinds of coir mats used by engineers in construction and restoration projects include 400 gram, 700 gram and 900 gram.

The more grams per square meter of material in a coir mat, the less open space there is in the matting. The EC-9Y 900 gram coir mat is our strongest soil stabilization mat with only 36% of the product made up of open space.

Our 900 gram coir mats provide extra reinforcement against the elements. They are ideal for projects taking place in exposed, high-risk areas and can withstand a flow velocity of up to 16 ft/s due to their durable composition.

Our EC-7Y 700 gram coir mats are useful for soil protection needs and larger projects on steep slopes. With 41% open space, these protection solutions are less dense than 900 gram open weave textile mats and are best suited for areas with mid-range environmental risks.

East Coast Erosion 700 gram coir mats can manage flow velocities of 12 ft/s, protecting soil from most erosion caused by the elements. Engineers can use these mats for many types of applications, from commercial construction to transportation and more.

Like 700 and 900 gram soil stabilization mats, EC-4Y 400 gram coir mats offer incredible strength when used on slopes, hills and banks. If you need to maintain soil integrity in an exposed area for three years or more, these products have you covered.

Our 400 gram coir mats are designed for lower-risk environments, such as areas with moderate exposure to rain, wind and water flow. They can handle flow velocity of up to 8 ft/s and have an open area percentage of 63%.

Stop soil erosion on slopes, hillsides, riverbanks, and oceanfront properties with Sandbaggy coir matting rolls! Our coir matting provides 2-5 years of erosion control protection, even on steep slopes (up to 2:1) and slopes that have no vegetation! This is 5 times longer than standard jute netting or straw blankets.

Also known as a coconut mat, Sandbaggy coir mats are an eco-friendly erosion control product. Made from 100% natural coconut fibers, our matting will biodegrade into the ground after 2-5 years becoming fertilizer for the plants.

The strong coconut fibers in coir matting allow it to last 2-5 years, even when a slope has no vegetation. The coir will then break down in the soil and provide a rich layer of nutrients for the plants.

Erosion control matting, available in all sizes and blends, ships to you quickly and affordably. This ground stabilization fabric is designed to support plant growth and reinforce soil in many erosion control project sites. Made from a range of both natural and synthetic materials, these mats are able to support banks until vegetation is able to take root. Standard erosion mat options include biodegradable matting and synthetic geotextiles.

Biodegradable Landscape Stakes are necessary to prevent erosion mats from slipping or shifting. Erosion Control Products offers several different accessories to ensure that erosion control matting is secured to the site during installation.

The Stake and Staple Installer offered by Erosion Control Products will effortlessly insert staples through your erosion control matting and keep it safely attached to the ground. There are 3 models available: staple installer, stake installer, and a special staple installer that leaves room to staple lines or small hoses to the ground

Choosing the right erosion mat for an erosion control project will vary depending on the slope of the site, the water flow, and the desired longevity of the mat. For many areas, biodegradable mats such as coir geotextile and straw blankets are a popular choice. Erosion control matting provides stabilization while also biodegrading into the surrounding environment, causing no harm to existing plant or animal life. This reduces environmental concerns and enriches the area over time.

Coir Erosion Control Mats are typically considered some of the strongest biodegradable erosion mats available. Designed to last anywhere from 4-6 years, these can be used as erosion matting for slopes and are a common choice for areas that require long-term support while vegetation takes root. Most mats are designed with open-weave netting that is equipped to handle seeding before or after installation. Coir matting has been used in the following applications:

For a permanent erosion control solution, polypropylene geotextiles are the ideal fit. These geotextiles are offered by Erosion Control Products in woven, nonwoven, and TRM (Turf Reinforcement Mat) models to provide stabilization for the duration of their use. Geotextiles are commonly used under rip rap, retaining walls, and Other Bank Stabilization areas. For more information on the erosion control blankets we offer, see our coir fiber blankets for erosion control.

While we carry a wide assortment of coconut coir matting options, Coir Mat 90 is the best choice for projects needing heavy duty erosion control. One of the strongest and densest options available for challenging erosion control situations, this erosion control mat can handle steep slopes with heavy flows. Coir Mat 90 offers semi-permanent erosion control for 4 to 6 years.

When you have demanding conditions that need heavy duty erosion control, coir mat 90 is an erosion control mat that will stand up to high flows and steep slopes. Coir mat 90 gets its name from its construction and how much it weighs. Coir mat 90 weighs 900 grams per square meter and can handle flows of 16 feet per second and can handle slopes greater than 1:1. Coco coir mats of the grade and strength of coir mat 90 have a shear stress level of 5 lbs./sq. ft. erosion matting prices are based on the roll of the coconut coir mat and the installation accessories. Contact us for pricing.

Environmentally sensitive areas need all-natural biodegradable erosion control mat solutions. An erosion control blanket for steep slopes will handle heavy flows and different site conditions. One of the best things about the coconut coir mat is its ability to encourage vegetative growth and establish natural erosion control. This can be accomplished through seeding the ground before or after installation of the coco coir mats because of its open weave design.

When it comes to durable entrance matting, coir matting is the perfect answer. Being a natural product made from the coconut, the fibres are super absorbent making it great for absorbing moisture from shoes before it enters your home. Also being natural makes this product eco friendly and recyclable. Another benefit of choosing coir matting is it is very coarse, which makes it the perfect scraper. Scraping off any mud or debris from shoes, when wiped, this hard wearing door mat is one of the best products for this purpose alone, which is a reason many homes and businesses choose coir matting. Our coir coconut matting comes with a heavy duty latex backing, ensuring any moisture it absorbs, doesn't soak through to the floor making it waterproof. 041b061a72


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