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Choosing Carpet Tiles

 

Carpet Tiles in Lobby next to vinyl plank flooring - Homefloorguide.com

 

Carpet tiles are great for those who have need to replace worn or stained carpet areas frequently.

  •  Carpet tiles are perfect for homes with frequent spills and stains.

  • Anyone with pets that have frequent accidents or folks with high traffic walkways. 

  • Carpet tiles have become very popular in nursing homes, retirement facilities and hospitals to name a few. 

  • It's super easy to install and replace carpet tiles. Most are peel-and-stick while others need to be glued down. The key to success is to make sure the floor is level and clean before you begin.

Carpet Tiles next to ceramic tile - Homefloorguide.com

 

Endless Possibilities

Carpet tiles are available in many colors and styles making your design possibilities endless. There are many different patterns to choose from and installation is quick and easy to do. When installing, the most common method is to turn each tile 90 degrees to create a distinct alternating pattern. You can create any design or pattern that you want, so be creative!

 

Easily Replaced

Installed carpet tiles can be easily removed and replaced as necessary. Damaged, worn or stained carpet tiles can be easily replaced with a new tile as needed.

 

Typical Carpet Tile Sizes: 

  • 12" x 12"

  • 18" x 18"

  • 24" x 24"

 

How do they stick to the floor? 

Pressure Sensitive glue, spot gluing where necessary, or by using double-sided carpet tape. No special tools required. A tape measure, chalk line, straight edge, utility knife, and double-faced carpet tape is all that's needed.

 

Carpet Tiles used for entry walkoff - Homefloorguide.com

 

DIY Installation

Carpet tiles look best when installed over a smooth and level surface. Make sure your subfloor is clean, dry and free of debris prior to installation.

 

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