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Old 04-06-2014, 02:56 PM   #1
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RVMAT - Few businesses like this remain

No, I do not have even 1 day of using this product, let alone several years.

But, this evaluation is more on the experience, and my perception of quality. But I will say that in the two different times that I researched RV Mats/Carpets for outside usage - both times RVMAT was always highly recommended, with owners having several years of usage. This research, was about 2 1/3 years apart.

OK, why the comment about 'Few businesses like this remain'? Well because sadly it is true. From the first contact via Email by my wife, and a few phone calls in between. I had 'real humans' that also were the owners. Good advice, and obvious pride in their product as it was talked about. They hand make each of their products, and only buy materials from vendors that they've built up trust in over the years. (Both the material vendors they use, happen to be American companies, a real factor for many.)

Are these the least expensive mats available? No. Are the a fair price for a good quality in both material and assembly? YES?

So often I feel us 'shoppers' do it to ourselves. Looking only for the lowest cost of a product. Then when a company that used better materials our assembly technique, with appropriately higher prices - close down. We complain about lack of choices, and poor quality of what is available.

My policy, is to shop quality first, and price as a reasonable second. I also feel it is important to reward companies (People in this case, as it is basically a two person show!) with proper reviews of their products.

They did what they said they were going to do, and they provide lots of extras that I did not know about until I'd decided to order their product. GREAT EXPERIENCE!

If shopping for mats or a rug for outside usage - please at least check in with RVMAT. | Home Page

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Old 04-06-2014, 03:03 PM   #2
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I always consider value. That is not the same thing as the lowest possible price. Your review is appreciated and I have added them to my list of potential vendors. Your comments and observations are unfortunately true.
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