Carpet tiles are easy to install, remove and replace. As well as offering a high degree of flexibility, this also means there’s a relatively low level of wastage compared to other types of flooring, and thus a greater degree of sustainability.
The process of installing carpet tiles is simple and straightforward and large areas can be laid in a short time. For customers, this represents a significant cost and time benefit.
Installers tile from the centre of the room to the edges, either free-laying the tiles or using a very small volume of low-tack adhesive to ensure a firm fit. Edge tiles are then cut to fit.
Within our product range there’s a wealth of different colours and surface patterns to choose from. In many cases, these offer the designer the opportunity to mix and match products to create patterns (or even logos) during the laying process, resulting in unique flooring designs.
We also offer a bespoke design service, where you can create one-off designs that are truly original to you.
The modular concept has another inherent advantage for clients; as the tiles are fixed using low-tack adhesive, ad hoc replacement is easy and requires little time and effort. Easy, clean, neat, fast and flexible, Casa Contract Group tiles make light work of large or small installations.
Types of installation
The main laying patterns are quarter-turn, ashlar, brick, non directional and monolithic.
|Quarter Turn: Tiles turned 90 degrees to one another – also known as Chequer Board or Tessellated.
|Monolithic: Arrows should all point in the same direction – also known as Broadloom or Sheet.
|Brick: Arrows should all point in the same direction with the tile bond displaced by half a tile in the width direction.
|Ashlar: Arrows should all point in the same direction with the tile bond displaced by half a tile in the length direction.
|Non Directional: Tiles installed without regard to direction and orientation.
|Duolithic: An installation method whereby tile arrows can be pointed in opposite directions, resulting in a broadloom installation.
Find out more about Installation
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