Carpet tiles from Tarkettâ€™s new range are available in over 2000 colours and are the perfect green choice.
August 6th, 2009
Never again will you struggle to find the right colour carpet tile with the newly released range of carpet tiles from Tarkett, which has over 2000 colours to choose from.
The use of solution dyed and technical yarns makes Tarkett’s new carpet tiles highly resistant to light and wear. A variety of constructions and designs are also available, including cut pile, loop pile and multi level loop pile systems.
It’s not all about looks, though. Tarkett carpet tiles also carry the GECA label for maximum Greenstar points, have a 100% recycled PVC backing system and are low emissions certified – making them the perfect green choice for any project.
In designing the tiles, Tarkett have combined superb aesthetics and environmental responsibility with a high level of technology. Key to this technical superiority is the unique ‘double calendared’ backing system that ensures total dimensional stability and promotes improved acoustic performance.
The exceptional joining capability of the carpet tiles only adds to the attraction, and in many of the designs a ‘seam free’ broadloom appearance is created.
If the extensive new range doesn’t have exactly what you’re looking for, Tarkett’s unique jet-print technology gives you the opportunity to create customised designs and colours for stunning, highly individual interiors.
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