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dashnlotti
Reg. Aug 2009
Posted 2018-12-30 6:31 PM (#7417684)
Subject: Stall Mats, Best Value?



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Finishing up our barn and wanting to have mats in the stalls... is there a cost efficient option out there?
Everything I've priced seems to be $200-300+ per stall.
The base is packed dirt so I don't need the same amount of cushion if they were on concrete, just something to keep everything nice and level. I also think mats are easier to keep clean.
Stalls are 12x12
I'd LOVE something that doesn't move around. At my mom's I had the TSC mats that moved around and always needed readjusting, plus they were SOOO heavy. Bu so far they seem to be the lease expensive option, although still high.

Thanks!
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2018-12-30 7:04 PM (#7417685 - in reply to #7417684)
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dashnlotti - 2018-12-30 6:31 PM Finishing up our barn and wanting to have mats in the stalls... is there a cost efficient option out there? Everything I've priced seems to be $200-300+ per stall. The base is packed dirt so I don't need the same amount of cushion if they were on concrete, just something to keep everything nice and level. I also think mats are easier to keep clean. Stalls are 12x12 I'd LOVE something that doesn't move around. At my mom's I had the TSC mats that moved around and always needed readjusting, plus they were SOOO heavy. Bu so far they seem to be the lease expensive option, although still high. Thanks!

LOL, I was going to suggest the TSC mats, they are thick and heavy for sure, I use them on my wash rack..I think any mat is going to move around unless they are locked in somehow. 
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WYOTurn-n-Burn
Reg. Sep 2004
Posted 2018-12-30 7:28 PM (#7417687 - in reply to #7417684)
Subject: RE: Stall Mats, Best Value?



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We bought the 12x12s from TSC for the stalls and have not had issues with shifting. We also laid them in our alley way, those did shift, so we “pinned” them down with a foot long spike with a washer. Works like a charm. Can even drive on them with the bobcat and they don’t move:) If I ever have an issue with the stall mats shifting we will “pin” them down too.

Edited by WYOTurn-n-Burn 2018-12-30 7:29 PM
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little_bug
Reg. Oct 2008
Posted 2018-12-30 7:31 PM (#7417688 - in reply to #7417684)
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dashnlotti - 2018-12-30 3:31 PM Finishing up our barn and wanting to have mats in the stalls... is there a cost efficient option out there? Everything I've priced seems to be $200-300+ per stall. The base is packed dirt so I don't need the same amount of cushion if they were on concrete, just something to keep everything nice and level. I also think mats are easier to keep clean. Stalls are 12x12 I'd LOVE something that doesn't move around. At my mom's I had the TSC mats that moved around and always needed readjusting, plus they were SOOO heavy. Bu so far they seem to be the lease expensive option, although still high. Thanks!

I have never had our mats move around but they fit like a glove in our stalls so they really can't move. I have seen mats nailed down with those massive nails that look almost like tent stakes and that has seemed to work great! I would definitely do that if they didn't fit like a glove in ours. 
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dashnlotti
Reg. Aug 2009
Posted 2019-01-02 10:37 AM (#7417839 - in reply to #7417684)
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Thanks guys! I've done more looking and it seems I'll be buying the TSC mats the next time they're on sale.
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cranky B4 10am
Reg. Dec 2009
Posted 2019-01-11 7:14 AM (#7418731 - in reply to #7417839)
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dashnlotti - 2019-01-02 10:37 AM Thanks guys! I've done more looking and it seems I'll be buying the TSC mats the next time they're on sale.

Just wanted to let you know, I got an email from TSC and the mats are now on sale for $20 till the 13th. So if you need a bunch you can really save some $ now.  
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dashnlotti
Reg. Aug 2009
Posted 2019-01-11 8:18 AM (#7418737 - in reply to #7418731)
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cranky B4 10am - 2019-01-11 7:14 AM

dashnlotti - 2019-01-02 10:37 AM Thanks guys! I've done more looking and it seems I'll be buying the TSC mats the next time they're on sale.

Just wanted to let you know, I got an email from TSC and the mats are now on sale for $20 till the 13th. So if you need a bunch you can really save some $ now.  

Thanks! I checked and that's the small 4x3 mats so still $240 per stall. Crossing my fingers they'll run the 4x6's on sale for under $40 sometime soon! I THINK they mark them down to $35/36 every so often, that would save me quite a bit for all the stalls.
Thank you so much for thinking of me!
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cranky B4 10am
Reg. Dec 2009
Posted 2019-01-11 12:03 PM (#7418758 - in reply to #7418737)
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dashnlotti - 2019-01-11 8:18 AM
cranky B4 10am - 2019-01-11 7:14 AM
dashnlotti - 2019-01-02 10:37 AM Thanks guys! I've done more looking and it seems I'll be buying the TSC mats the next time they're on sale.
Just wanted to let you know, I got an email from TSC and the mats are now on sale for $20 till the 13th. So if you need a bunch you can really save some $ now.  
Thanks! I checked and that's the small 4x3 mats so still $240 per stall. Crossing my fingers they'll run the 4x6's on sale for under $40 sometime soon! I THINK they mark them down to $35/36 every so often, that would save me quite a bit for all the stalls. Thank you so much for thinking of me!

Ok, no problem. When I see the bigger ones on sale I will let you know.
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WYOTurn-n-Burn
Reg. Sep 2004
Posted 2019-01-11 1:15 PM (#7418765 - in reply to #7418737)
Subject: RE: Stall Mats, Best Value?



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dashnlotti - 2019-01-11 8:18 AM

cranky B4 10am - 2019-01-11 7:14 AM

dashnlotti - 2019-01-02 10:37 AM Thanks guys! I've done more looking and it seems I'll be buying the TSC mats the next time they're on sale.

Just wanted to let you know, I got an email from TSC and the mats are now on sale for $20 till the 13th. So if you need a bunch you can really save some $ now.  

Thanks! I checked and that's the small 4x3 mats so still $240 per stall. Crossing my fingers they'll run the 4x6's on sale for under $40 sometime soon! I THINK they mark them down to $35/36 every so often, that would save me quite a bit for all the stalls.
Thank you so much for thinking of me!

Call them because I want to say they gave me the discount ($35) for ordering a couple pallets of them!
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bbennington
Reg. Nov 2009
Posted 2019-01-13 9:05 AM (#7418840 - in reply to #7417684)
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I used old conveyor belts from a limestone plant. They aren’t super thick but work really well.. I use them to just cover packed dirt floors. I think I paid $100 for one roll and did two stalls.
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dashnlotti
Reg. Aug 2009
Posted 2019-01-16 9:06 AM (#7419144 - in reply to #7417684)
Subject: RE: Stall Mats, Best Value?



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OK for anyone who happens to be near Ohio...I found a feed/supply store that sells "seconds" for $25/mat! These are the same heavy 4x6 mats TSC carries.
www.cashmans.com
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