Commercial Carpet Tiles
Before you buy commercial carpet tiles for your office, check that you're buying a a quality carpet tile that is durable, hard-wearing and longer lasting than cheaper alternatives. Floor coverings in offices, shops and other commercial premises suffer far harder usage than those in the home, so one thing a cheap alternative won't be is cheap.
Carpet tiles from the
Burofloor have specialised in workplace flooring for more than 15 years, and we've been the number one on-line commercial specialist in carpet tiles since 2006. Every tile in our range satisfies the tests required to qualify as general or - in most cases - heavy contract quality. Every one is accompanied by the standard usage symbols to confirm its suitability, and you'll also find a downloadable technical sheet.
Our range of carpet tiles give you all the choice of colours and textures you'll ever need, all manufactured to standards that mean you're making a lasting investment. Spend some time browsing our choice of carpet tiles. Once you've come close to a decision, we'd be happy to send you a free carpet sample. That way you can be certain about the colour and texture.
But you can also judge our quality too.
Carpet tiles with
life beyond blue
We're not sure why office carpet tiles are always blue. Especially when stripes can create a striking corporate impact. Take a look at our range of striped carpet tiles.
Why should you choose high-quality carpet tiles?
When embarking on a home renovation project, the risk of costs spiralling out of control is considerable. Choosing new carpeting can be one of the more expensive areas of renovation, especially if rooms are large and/or a more irregular or unusual shape. This means that many often try to find a lower-cost solution in the hope of saving money in the short term. However, there are several good reasons to avoid this approach, and instead opt for a higher quality of carpet tile, that while perhaps costing more will undoubtedly bring numerous other benefits.
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