GroundMate®  ground protection access mats are a new, low-cost way to preserve grass surfaces and sensitive ground from machinery, vehicles and pedestrian traffic.  Manufactured in the UK from 100% recycled polyethylene, the GroundMate grass protection mats are completely reusable - and fully recyclable at their end of life. 

GroundMate is a range of ground protection mats for pedestrian and light-to-medium-weight vehicular traffic on medium to firm ground. Follow the product page link to learn more about what is probably the UK's best value ground or grass protection mat.


Applications of GroundMate® ground protection

  • Construction and civil engineering projects
  • Utility and infrastructure access
  • Emergency temporary access routes
  • Landscaping
  • Outdoor events and festivals
  • Temporary roadways and car parks
  • Heritage sites
  • National parks and gardens
  • Golf courses & sports field maintenance projects
  • Sports and leisure facilities
  • Cemeteries
  • Other ground works

GroundMate temporary ground protection is supplied with pre-drilled holes to allow easy connection and fixing. The panels can be laid vertically and/or horizontally and can be connected using either specially developed 2-way and 4-way Groundmate connectors or standard 'top-hat' connectors. GroundMate access mats can be easily lifted or dragged into position by two people using the pre-formed hand-holds. A 'dragging hook' is available to aid installation.

Click on the [more info] button to learn more about the technical capabilities of GroundMate ground protection mats or look in the gallery to see just some of the possible applications for ground protection, grass protection and vehicle access ways

Ground protection mats / boards used for light vehicles
Ground protection mats / boards used for light vehicles
detail of ground protection mats used for vehicle road access
detail of ground protection mats used for vehicle road access

Ground Protection Gallery

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