Carpet Tiles Modular Squares 3/4 Inch x 1x1 Ft.
- Trustworthy American-made flooring
- Comfortable carpeting that’s also durable
- Recycled content in carpet fibers
- Perfect for use in damp areas
- Offers buffer versus cold concrete subfloor
- Easy installation system for DIY jobs
- Built to withstand high roll loads
- Disassembles quickly for removal as needed
Basement Floors, Office Floors, Entry Ways, Laundry Rooms, Trade Shows, Portable Floor, Event Floors
Attractive Raised Carpet Tiles for Basement
Select either a gray or tan color in our modular carpet squares, which is the perfect neutral color for installation in almost any location. These are trendy colors for flooring, making it easy to match the decor of items you already own.
To add to the desirable look of the final layout, we offer click-in border pieces that connect securely to each tile. This ramped border enhances safety by reducing the trip hazard for an island installation, while also creating a finished look.
Easy-to-Install Modular Carpet Tiles
The design for our carpet tiles for a basement has an emphasis on making them a DIY installation job. This saves you money versus trying to install a roll of carpet where you may have to hire a professional or have special tools on hand to drill into concrete.
Our raised carpet tile pieces clip together with an interlocking loop and tab system that simplifies the install. This is the best tile for a novice looking to cover a residential basement with carpeting.
You do not need glue or adhesive to do the work, further simplifying the process. The design makes the tiles extremely portable, too, so you can assemble and disassemble them wherever a temporary floor is needed.
Comfortable Basement Carpet Squares
Basements often have cold concrete floors. Our basement floor tiles solve this problem by generating a warm, comfortable floor on concrete.
The carpeting yields the ideal buffer when kids will be playing on the floor. It yields a softer flooring material than what’s typically available to go directly over concrete, too.
Carpet Tiles for Basement
Trust our raised carpet tile to deliver an ideal level of performance in areas that may have some dampness, such as basements or a laundry room.
Whether you have concerns over dampness seeping through the concrete foundation block or over a leak from a washing machine leaving moisture behind, these raised floor carpet tiles can withstand it.
Each floating tile consists of a plastic base that supports the carpeting layer. We use pegs to lift the base a fraction of an inch to allow air to move under the tile, helping to evaporate any moisture in the area.
Vacuum as needed.
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|Material Type||Carpet on Plastic|
|SF per Item||1.02|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||20|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Surface Finish||Carpet top|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Click together tiles|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year limited|
Q: Can these tiles support heavy objects such as couches and entertainment centers?
Q: We have these in our basement and have had them for a few years. We absolutely love the floor, and it has held up well. We just had flooding in the basement, and the tile was covered with water for a short time until we got it pumped out. Will they dry, or do we need to pull up the whole floor?
Q: Can you put a pool table on the carpet tiles?
Q: Can this product be installed over existing carpet, such as at a trade show or convention center?
Q: Can you place a washer and dryer on top of these tiles?
Q: Can the tile be cut to make a perfect fit up to a wall?
Q: Can you put a treadmill on these tiles? I loved the raised idea to keep moisture away in my workout area. I'm afraid to buy your fabulous-looking rubber matting in case of moisture and fear of a rubber odor.
Q: I'd like to install these over a slightly uneven concrete basement floor. Should we use an underlayment? We live in the northeast, so the concrete floor gets very cold. I'm worried about condensation.
Q: Can these be used on slightly bumpy or uneven concrete floors?