Have you ever considered carpet tile for your home? If you haven’t, you probably should. More than likely you have seen modular carpet tile in airports, offices and other types of commercial buildings.  It’s hard to miss it. It is found in lots of places. In fact, it is the fastest growing segment in the carpet market, and is making a bold entrance into the residential flooring market too. If you are in the market for carpet, you might want to consider carpet tile. Carpet tiles, which are also called carpet squares or modular carpet tiles, provide the comfort of carpet with added flexibility.

Carpet tiles can be cleaned and vacuumed the same as broadloom, and make it very easy to deal with difficult stains which might permanently damage other carpets, such as red wine and mustard. If a piece or portion of your carpet gets stained or damaged, you can replace only the damaged material, rather than changing out an entire room (or more). This feature makes carpet tiles a great option for high usage/high maintenance areas, such as dining rooms, children’s bedrooms, and basements.

Carpet squares are green products which help promote environmental responsibility. Not only do they often include recycled materials in their construction, but there is usually less waste to throw away after an installation. Also, if an entire room (or more) is not being replaced due to damage, this again allows for much less material being thrown away.

Carpet tiles also allow you to let your design imagination run wild! The patterns, colors and styles in carpet squares with their high-resolution, high-definition printing can define your floor space in a different way, treating it like a canvas to create original art works with your installation.

Check out this short video to see what we mean.

Whether you call them carpet squares or carpet tiles, choosing them for your floors is a great option for today’s busy lifestyles.

Want to get started on a project but you’re not sure what would suit your home décor best? Have no fear; we have just the plan to get you started. Call on a Martin’s professional for a free in-home consultation. With more than 30 years of experience in the business, Martin’s Flooring also can do all your measuring and installation work. For more information click here.

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