Thoughts on StableComfort Mat system?

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    02-28-2012, 08:57 PM
Thoughts on StableComfort Mat system?

Looking for other people's thoughts about these "mattresses" for future reference in a barn project. Has anyone used them? Good outcome? Bad outcome? Any ideas on how much they cost per stall? I intent to contact a dealer for more information as my project progresses, however for the moment I am only looking at the different products available.

This company seems to have a large list of benefits to this system, can anyone think of negatives? (Other than cost, I am sure they are fairly expensive, but I have heard rumors they are not too much more costly than normal mats.)

Replies appreciated.
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    02-28-2012, 10:43 PM
I actually haven't heard much of a down side from the people that use them.
    02-28-2012, 11:12 PM
Horse illustrated has a coupon for 100.00 off per stall :)
    02-29-2012, 07:02 PM
Costs for stable comfort:

On they advertise a 12X12 Stable Comfort mat system $849.00. I have seen the sectional lock together 3/4" types sell for $420.00 on the internet, and $650.00 for a 17mm (2/3") one piece rubber mat!

I am also in the decision phase on building a barn! I am most interested in the durability of the system.

I am also waiting for an answer regarding :can the cover be bought seperately? I looked at it at the Harrisburg Farmshow Horse Show this past weekend, and figure this would be the weak link of the system!

bedding, mats, rubber, stall, stall comfort

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