If you’re looking to decorate and furnish a heavy-traffic environment – such as a modern office, a busy classroom, or a popular public space – modular carpet tiles are definitely the way forward. They are typically built with maximum durability, sustainability and contemporary style in mind; crafted from the highest quality and toughest materials and featuring subtle colours and inoffensive, simple patterns. Thanks to the flexible and versatile nature of floor carpet tiles, you can also swap and change them as much as you like – adapting to new requirements and accommodating for changes in the layout of a room.
Most of these brands are renowned for their aesthetically pleasing, yet functional and high-performance carpet tiles. By utilising the most robust and innovative materials on the market, they ensure that carpet is incredibly long-lasting and suitable for commercial use. Moving with the times, some companies also focus on producing hard-wearing and stylish carpet tiles that are both environmentally responsible and eco-friendly.
All of our floor carpet tiles are available at a very reasonable cost and they are typically sold in 4-5m2 boxes. We stock a large variety of modern colour combinations, textures and patterns, all suitable for use in the education, leisure, commercial, and public sectors. Whether you’re looking to furnish a slick and contemporary top-floor office or you’re renovating the classrooms at a local primary school, we guarantee, we have a set of floor carpet tiles to suit your specific requirements. Browse our full collection of high-quality yet cheap carpet tiles, see which style would look great in your heavy-traffic space, and get in touch today using our online contact form!
Yes – even if you’re no DIY expert, the process of fitting carpet tiles couldn’t be simpler! All you need is a tape measure, utility knife, metal ruler and some double-sided tape. If you’re fitting carpet tiles in a larger area, we also recommend using a tackifier adhesive.
Before you fit the tiles, you need to allow them to acclimatise to the room they will be fitted in. To do so, carefully lift them out of the box and stack them in piles around the room, allowing air to circulate between them.
You also need to make sure that any existing floor coverings are removed, prior to fitting. And sweep the floor or hoover it to lift any dirt and debris to ensure a smooth, professional finish.
For more tips on how to lay carpet tiles, contact the team at WJD Flooring on 01744 88 55 14. And if you need help with the installation, why not take advantage of our fitting service?
This varies depending on the brand, colour, finish and quality of the tiles, not to mention how many you need to cover your entire floor.
In the UK, the cost of carpet tiles is calculated per metre square, meaning the larger your room is, the more you can expect to pay.
Manufacturing brands price their products differently. For example, Desso Tweed Carpet Tiles 9026 are a heavy-duty option available to purchase from £148.93 per box, whilst JHS Carpet Rimini Carpet Tiles cost £38.41 per box.
All our prices at WJD Flooring exclude VAT, but this will be added at the checkout, along with delivery.
For more information about the cost of our carpet tiles (and installation service), browse the range in full and click on the different products available.
If you have any further questions regarding our prices, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Carpet tiles often come with an underlay attached, meaning you shouldn’t need to fit underlay beforehand.
However, in particularly noisy rooms or commercial areas that receive a lot of foot traffic, laying an acoustic underlay can be a real boon – preventing the transmission of unwanted noise between floors.
If your floor already has an underlay, make sure you remove this before fitting your new carpet tiles.
With the right care and maintenance, carpet tiles can last anywhere between 10 and 20 years.
To keep your tiles looking as good as new for as long as possible, you need to care for them like you would an ordinary carpet. That means hoovering regularly and using detergent-free products to deep clean them.
The amount of foot traffic your carpet tiles receive can impact their lifespan. But should you spill something on your carpet tiles, rather than replacing the entire flooring, you can easily remove the affected tile for cleaning or exchange it for a new one. This saves you time, effort and money in the long run.