Carpet Tiles – Carpet tiles are much easier to install than broadloom: their smaller size makes them easier to manoeuver, and you typically create much less waste during installation. Carpet tiles were traditionally available as squares, but rectangular planks are becoming increasingly popular and more readily available, which enables subtle patterning through different installation layouts.Aside from size, the main difference between carpet tiles and broadloom is their construction. Carpet tiles have different types of backing attached, creating a multi-layered product.
Cord – A carpet with a low profile is ideal for office environments. A short pile provides easier movement for an office chair on wheels and better accommodation for heavy office furniture and equipment. Looped berber styles can be ideal for home offices, as they are generally lower profile than residential cut-pile carpets.
Gel Back Carpets – These types of carpet are hard wearing carpet and require no underlay. Gel backed carpets are ideal for high traffic areas.