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Carpet Tile

Carpet tiles are a good option for do-it-yourselfers because they're easy to install without any special tools or experience. And depending on the product, tiles can be a green alternative to broadloom carpeting, which comes in wide roles. That's because stained or worn tiles can be selectively replaced, reducing costs and waste. However, this requires keeping on hand spare tiles since it's likely that the style or color you chose will someday be discontinued.

Carpet tiles can be laid down like area rugs or installed as wall-to-wall carpeting. The downside is their cost—tiles may be twice the price of sheet carpeting.

Most carpet tiles are made for the commercial market. In the Green Product Directory, we feature carpet tiles that are specifically intended for use in homes. Our featured products are also GreenLabel Plus certified for low emissions and contain at least 25% recycled content.

InterfaceFLOR Modular Carpet Squares
FLOR's 50cm (19.7-inch) modular carpet squares are available in a wide array of colors, textures and styles, and can be configured in any shape or size to create custom rugs, runners or wall-to-wall designs. FLOR squares connect securely with FLORdots—no nails, padding or glue—that can be easily removed or replaced. FLOR tiles have varying degrees of recycled content. For specifications on a particular FLOR style, visit the company's website. FLOR tiles are designed to be taken apart so f... LEARN MORE ►

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