Carpet / April 21, 2018 / Anita Griffith
Carpet Tiles, which are also referred to as a modular tile or carpet squares, have traditionally been used as a commercial flooring installation, however, residential usage modular tile companies have begun to market products aimed specifically at the residential consumer. They are square cuts of carpet that can be laid on your floor like tiles. There's no glue to worry about and depending on where you install your tiles will depend on what thickness you choose to install. Rooms such as the kitchen or bathroom, for example, will require a more even, flat tread, while bedrooms and living areas can be more plush and have real softness.
Many people have started replacing area rugs with carpet tiles. The advantage to this is, although area rugs will protect a floor in high traffic areas and beautify a room, it can be slippery. The edges turn up on occasion and can cause a slip. With carpet-tiles, you can create the same effect and get the same use of an area rug that will remain into place without an edge curling up. Carpet-tiles come in an assortment of shapes and sizes. They also are available in a variety of thickness, just like a carpet wood. You can get thick to thin, depending on your need. Another asset to carpet-tiles is the come in an overwhelming number of colors and patterns. This makes it easy to tie into any decor in your room, matching any color scheme you'd like to create.
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