Affordable, practical and versatile carpet tiles can be laid to create specific flooring designs using patterns and colours in a wide variety of commercial environments. Acoustic carpet tiles provide superior sound absorption making them perfect for quiet public spaces such as libraries, art galleries and museums, while the ability to replace individual tiles means carpet tiles are widely used in schools, retail, aged care, hospitality and medical facilities.
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What is a carpet tile?
A carpet tile is a type of floor covering which is generally a square or rectangular (plank) shape which is laid individually. The finished floor resembles carpet but the textures and colours of carpet tiles can be laid to create a specific look.
At Carpet Court we supply a range of acoustic carpet tiles designed by Acoufelt. This type of carpet tile is designed using QuietBack™ technology with superior acoustic properties to absorb unwanted sound from floor surfaces. Our acoustic carpet tiles come in a wide range of designs and colours and range between 4mm and 6mm thickness.
Premium quality carpet tiles offer versatility as they can be laid to form distinct patterns in a range of carpet styles and colours to suit the environment. They are an affordable and practical carpet type, providing the ideal flooring solution for commercial environments due to their durability and ease with which they can be cleaned or replaced.
In commercial buildings such as shops, offices and public spaces like art galleries or museums, commercial carpet tiles can be laid to create stunning patterns and colours to actualise a suitable mood, message, impression or even a focal point.
What size are carpet tiles?
Our high quality, commercially-rated square carpet tiles are generally 500mm x 500mm and made in varying thicknesses measuring from 2.5mm to 6mm. Carpet planks are usually 1000mm long and 250mm wide, also varying in thickness up to about 6mm.
How to lay carpet tiles?
The installation technique somewhat resembles that of laying ceramic or porcelain floor tiles but with far greater ease. Carpet tiles may also look like a floating floor made from laminate, luxury vinyl plank flooring or timber flooring and are just as easily laid with minimal cuts required.
Carpet tiles can be installed as a DIY project, so if this interests you then chat with the experts at your local store to discuss the best way to lay and fix your carpet tiles in place. Alternatively, our professional installers can lay your carpet tiles for you, all you have to do is ask!
How much to install carpet tiles?
The cost of laying any commercial flooring product is dependent on several factors such as the size of the area being covered, the product itself, the condition of the subfloor, the base materials and preparation required, and the time involved.
To determine the cost of installing any of our premium quality commercial carpet tiles in the latest colours and styles within your business premises, simply request a quote online or call 1300 CARPET to speak to the friendly and knowledgeable staff who can arrange a free measure and quote service.
Are carpet tiles good?
Carpet tiles are great! They are a modern and stylish floor covering, more versatile than broadloom carpet and available in a range of colours, patterns and carpet styles.
Often constructed from hard-wearing polypropylene fibres, carpet tiles are a practical flooring option for spaces where spills or stains occur because they are easily replaced.
You may find that East Coast’s multi-directional plank style of carpet tiles available in three rich colours are the perfect floor covering for your space. Perhaps Long Grain carpet tiles with the multi-faceted loop pile can create the look you want using directional installation, or maybe Flow Brights carpet squares are just what you need to brighten your workspace and lift the mood.
If you like a quiet workspace, acoustic plank carpet tiles such as Canyon, Multi-Storey, Flinders and many more are awarded an excellent acoustic rating, which means they absorb unwanted sounds in the workspace.
Advice on choosing the best commercial floor covering for your commercial premises is available from the expert team at your local Carpet Court store. Not sure where the nearest showroom is to your location? Use our handy store locator tool, or call us on 1300 CARPET.