Why do people choose one-piece, permeable Stall Skins over rubber stall mats to line their horse stalls? The typical responses include, “I use about one-third of the shavings that I use with stall mats, stalls remain clean and dry, no more ammonia smell, and I save on time and labor.” And here’s a bonus that often prompts people to move on from stall mats: Stall Skins are about half the cost of rubber stall mats!
Stall Skins, the permeable one-piece stall flooring solution that can also be used successfully outside in paddocks, allows moisture from rain and urine to leach naturally into the subsoil rather than pooling on top of stall mats. Stall Skins also act as a dirt barrier, keeping the area mud-free.
Stall Skins, the perfect alternative to rubber stall mats and stable mats, are easy to install, save on bedding (bedding lasts about 2 to 3 times longer than with stall mats), are easier to clean than conventional rubber stall mats, and cost about 50% less (wow!) than stall mats. And outdoor paddocks lined with Stall Skin remain mud-free.
So how simple is it to install Stall Skins in a stall, paddock or run-in shed? Easy — even easier than dragging stacks of heavy stall mats around. It’s as basic as 1-2-3. Here’s how: (1) Lay down a firm base of crushed rock, limestone or road base. (2) Create a frame around the paddock, shed or stall with 2x4s. Add a layer of sand and unroll the Stall Skins material. (3) Screw the molding and Stall Skins material to the frame and trim the excess material. There you have it! Add a layer of shavings and turn out your horse!
Stall Skins has been providing horse people an intelligent alternative to rubber stall mats for over 14 years. In addition to being a superior choice over stall mats for your barn, Stall Skins is perfect for lining paddocks or run-in sheds. Horses will stay cleaner, the ammonia smell from urine is greatly reduced, you’ll save 65% on shavings, you’ll save time and labor, and installation will cost 50% less than rubber stall mats.
To read stories about people why are choosing Stall Skins rather than stall mats, visit www.stallskins.com.