Our LakeMats are large, environmentally-friend Mats that rest on your lake bottom to eliminate all your lake weeds — exactly where you want.
LakeMats (like our MuckMats and BoatLift Mats) also eliminate the growth of aquatic weeds at the bottom of your lake area.
LakeMats help you to recover the natural lakebed and to create beautiful, clean, clear lakefront.
Made of tough, geotextile fabric, on a rugged steel frame that is fish, frog, people, and any other aquatic creatures friendly.
Our LakeMats come in 3 sizes – Small (12' x 14'), Medium (12' x 19'), Large (12' x 24'). Our Mats are easily linked together to get rid aquatic weeds and build a lovely area to swim & relax at your lakefront
There are a few reasons why LakeMats are a great option for your lake or pond area:
Lake mats don’t take a lot of work to install. They don’t require much time or strenuous labor. You also don’t need special skills or tools. Almost anyone can install lake weed control mats.
LakeMats are very effective at blocking sunlight from lake weeds. This makes the lake more user-friendly, inviting, and more aesthetically pleasing.
LakeMats for weeds can be installed at any time, moved, or taken out when no longer needed. When not in use, LakeMats can be easily removed and safely stored.
Another way of eliminating aquatic weeds is to use chemicals. However, these options can damage the lake’s ecosystem. LakeMats are safe for the environment. LakeMat materials are all-natural and organic.
Other solutions like chemicals and aerators are expensive and need to be used frequently. Lake mats are relatively inexpensive. They can be used for many years. They require no yearly applications, maintenance, outlay for materials, or power to run them.
Aluminum Steel frame to provide strength to structure
Water permeable non woven synthetic that blocks sunlight from reaching the weeds below the mat
Provides an opening for gas from decaying weeds under the mat
Hold mat in place on the lake bottom floor. Once settled, however, the mat does not move as the frame fills up with water