Often used in commercial settings, carpet tiles or carpet squares, are a great alternative to roll carpeting. Carpet tiles are modular so you can use different color tiles to create
a unique pattern or style to match your property's décor. Carpet tiles are known for being resilient, long-lasting, and stain-resistant. They are easy to install and maintain.
In the case of damage or staining, you can simply replace one carpet square rather than the entire room.
Use this helpful chart to see a side-by-side comparison of carpet versus vinyl flooring options.
Carpet tiles are easy to install, and can be nonadhesive, or free laid, or self-adhesive. The seams of carpet tiles are more visible than traditional roll carpeting so you need
to work carefully to avoid crooked lines or an uneven look. We offer flooring installation services, in some areas, to help you install carpet tiles.
Carpet tiles can be installed over many smooth surfaces, including wood and tile.
Start in the center of the room and work out from there
Lay out carpet tile before gluing
Notice the direction of the carpet tile to assure you get desired pattern using arrows on back
For tiles that are not self-sticking, use a trowel to apply adhesive
Always follow adhesive manufacturer directions
When tiles are set in place use a floor roller to press into adhesive
Carpet Tile Care
Carpet tile is durable, and will look great for years with proper care and maintenance, but accidents do happen. Be sure you keep a stock of extra carpet tiles on hand; if you are
faced with stains, burns, or other damage, it is easy to pull up the ruined tile and replace it.