What is Carpet Flooring?
Carpet tile is four-sided units of flooring which are preferred in exchange of folded carpets which is now presented as a new design trend by makeover and renovation programs, interior designers and decorators. They are fashionable and practical choice for owners, combining appearance of the rolled carpet along with usability and flexibility required for fitting. Carpet tile comes in multiple fibres, various sizes, pile styles, and manufactured types which is equivalent to any roll of carpet.
Carpet tiles has always been the most ideal choice for owners in all corporate and residential areas. It is the most suitable flooring for offices, waiting rooms, conference rooms, lecture theatres, meeting rooms and even homes. It adds on a touch of softness to the cold and hard floors, making it comfortable to walk on. Everyone needs carpet tiles for their office and living space. With efficient installation services, our vendors provide high quality and affordable carpets that are durable and best for everyday use. We are your one-stop solution for carpet tiles and flooring with good quality and competitive pricing. Through us, we can instantly transform and beatify your home and office space.
What is it good for?
With several flooring options available today, it can be difficult to decide the floor covering used for your living space and offices. Some may wonder if carpet holds any advantages over other types of hard surface floors. While every floor covering product and choices have its own advantages and drawbacks, carpet has several distinct benefits when compared to hard surfaces.
These tiles include a strong backing, so require no padding, underlay or gluing. There are three different types of installation options for carpet tiles in the market today, with adhesive backs and non-adhesive backs. The ones with an adhesive back are installed by peeling off the protective sheet on the back and placing the tile in position on the floor before the carpet tiles are glued-down. The non-adhesive type by using double sided carpet tape, adhesive dots or pressure sensitive glue to stick tiles down which are quite labour-intensive as removal of the tape needs to be done manually.