Horse Barn Flooring

Shop now for horse barn flooring; RAMM wants to keep your horses and other animals healthy and comfortable. We carry rubber mats and pavers to increase productivity and to keep animals warm, dry, and comfortable. Our barn flooring is ideal for any horse stalls, trailers, barn aisle, tack & feed rooms, wash stalls, or entryways.

Horse stall mats are wonderful for cushioning your horse’s feet and legs. They are durable and are a must for concrete floors. Not to mention, there is less work for you as they require less bedding and they have a non-skid surface with a corrugated bottom. Featuring a 10-year limited warranty, these mats for horse stalls are thicker than others, using 3/4" thick vulcanized rubber - a top seller!

Also, be sure to check out our ThuroBed Mattress Systems, as they provide a healthier environment for your horses; less bedding is needed, and with that, less dust. This mattress system is easier to handle than other systems since it features smaller, and much lighter mattresses that are easier to install. A best-seller for RAMM, this environmentally-friendly product can reduce your manure pile and will help you save on bedding, labor, and stress on your horses.

Take out the guesswork of calculating how many mats or pavers you need and call one of our expert account managers at 1-800-434-8456. They can help you pick the right products for you and your horses!

 

3 Ways to Clean & Maintain Stall Mats

  1. Steam Cleaning – Steam cleaning is the best way to clean rubber flooring. Steam cleaning will naturally disinfect and refreshes the rubber without the use of harsh chemicals. This method also dries quickly and prevents the majority of water spots. Smaller areas can be cleaned with a residential steam mop. For larger areas, it may be worth your time and money to rent or purchase a larger commercial size steam cleaner.

  2. Damp Mopping/Scrubbing – Damp mopping/scrubbing is probably the most common method. We suggest using a stiff-bristled scrub brush on a handle as opposed to a mop. Mops can leave behind fuzzies that will then have to be removed. When damp mopping/scrubbing you will want to use distilled white vinegar at least once or twice a week for the first 6 weeks. This will not only clean and disinfect the floor but will also help dissipate the rubber smell. As an added option, you may heat up the vinegar. Cleaning with a warm liquid solution is normally more effective. After 6 weeks you can switch to an all-natural citrus-based cleaner. A lemon or orange concentrated cleaner can be purchased inexpensively and works very well. It will also put a little scent in the air. Hydrogen Peroxide based cleaners also work well and are a great disinfectant. The most important thing to remember about your standard cleaning solution is to stay away from any products that contain petroleum or bleach or anything that is waxed based. Petroleum/bleach cleaners will dry out and eat away at the rubber over time. Waxed based cleaners will leave behind a slippery residue that can become a safety hazard. As with any cleaner, you should always clean a small spot first to see how the cleaner will react with the rubber. The biggest issue to overcome when cleaning in the manner is water spots. Similar to washing a black car, if you do not dry the flooring quickly water spots can form. For this reason, damp mopping/scrubbing should be done in small sections. Clean a section, squeegee off the excess water and put a fan on that area to try to dry it quickly.

  3. Pressure Washing – Pressure washing is the easiest way to get a floor clean. Simply pressure wash the floor, squeegee off the excess water and set up fans to dry the floor.