Floor Mat Services in PA, NJ, DE

We are proud to have such a rich history in the Chester, Pennsylvania area. Since 1969, Health Mats has provided
unparalleled customer service and expertise in the commercial mat sales and rentals industry.
For new and loyal customers, we’d like you to take a look at our 48 year history.

Health Mats

Timeline

1958

Tiny Tykes Diaper Service, founded by Vincent Del Rossi senior (Vince Del Rossi junior, owner of Health Mats, father), provides 2 times per week diaper cleaning deliveries.

1967

Vince Del Rossi junior starts working at Tiny Tykes and maintains and repairs washers, boilers, and other equipment.

1969

Vince senior creates Health Mats.

1970

Vince junior marries Nancy Del Rossi.

1972

Tiny Tykes Diaper Service ended as it merges with American Diaper Service.

1977

Vince junior buys out his father – a month later the location at Lester Piano Company in Lester, PA burns down, forcing Health Mats to move to a new building in Ridley Park.

1977

Health Mats starts over at the Irvington Mill, a 3000 sq ft building in Chester, PA. In the beginning, with the help of 4 employees, mats were cleaned by hand until new equipment could be purchased.

1979

Michael Del Rossi joins the family business.

1980s

Business expands with clients like A&P and Pathmark stores, Boeing in Ridley Park, and seven of the original WAWA stores.

1988

Health Mats moves to 100 Pennell St Chester, PA (current location). With the help of a SBA loan, Health Mats purchases the building and new equipment.

1995

Georgiana Homola joins Health Mats as office manager.

1997

Health Mats hires Rental Mat and Service Manager Dennis Porch.

2003

Health Mats is named Small Family Business of the year by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce.

2016

Health Mats adopts new branding and promotes with a mobile friendly website and billboard campaign.

2016

Health Mats adopts new slogan: Keep your company clean, safe, and healthy!

2016

The Health Mats tagline changes from “mat rental service” to “walkway safety.”