Interlocking Carpet Tiles

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Greatmats has a wide array of interlocking carpet tiles for homes, events, and entryways. These feature a connecting edge design that is fast and easy to install. Multiple interlocking carpet tile thicknesses are available, as are numerous color options. When working with interlocking carpet tiles, border edging allows for clean island installations, too.

Benefits of Interlocking Carpet Tiles

Consider the following advantages of interlocking tiles:
  1. Lightweight, making them ideal for long- and short-term installations, yielding plenty of versatility
  2. Soundproof padded carpet tiles can help to economically dampen sound in a room or space
  3. Waterproof, so they provide an ideal solution for an area where moisture may be an issue
  4. If one becomes damaged, replace it alone, rather than replacing the entire layout
  5. With these, expand the flooring at any time

We've highlighted some of our most popular models below.

EVA Foam Carpet Tiles

Foam-backed interlocking carpet tile is a perfect option if there’s ever a need to remove it. It has excellent comfort properties. It can be installed directly on top of concrete or another hard subflooring, and there is no adhesive required for installation.

If working in a damp space, consider our Royal Interlocking Carpet Tiles. They are waterproof, odor-proof, easy to clean, and comfortable to walk on. Plus, they are found in multiple colors, including gray.

These provide anti-fatigue and insulation benefits similar to traditional carpeting, making them a great choice. Each comes with two border strips for an island layout. These are backed by a 1-year warranty.

Our Comfort is another popular model. These are 5/8 inch thick, and the kits have beveled edges on all four sides. The interlocked design makes for a continuous system, and they can be cut with a sharp utility knife for customized installations. These can be placed directly on a concrete floor and maintain a snug fit without the need for adhesives.

These appear in a variety of color selections. Purchase singles or various kit sizes.

They're popular for areas where temporary flooring is needed, such as trade show booths, showrooms, basements, theaters at the house, and expo flooring. They're an economical way to soften and cushion a hard subfloor, and the padded foam base provides plenty of cushion. However, they are dense and durable enough to withstand common foot traffic, chairs, and tables.

Raised Interlocking Carpet Tiles

They are built on top of tough plastic bases. Because the carpeted layer on the interlocking carpet tiles is built above the base, air and moisture can freely circulate beneath. This promotes faster drying and helps to prevent the growth of mold and mildew, making for low-maintenance, versatile systems.

The Gmats Raised is another great option for a cold basement. This is made in America from recycled content. Additionally, this can handle loads. The quality carpet surface is attractive and durable. Finishing borders are available, or use a sharp knife to cut them for wall-to-wall installations.

Entryway Carpet Tiles Interlocking

Designed for high-traffic areas, these are nice for entranceways. Their surfaces help to maximize traction while allowing water to drain down and away for a safe, attractive entranceway.

An eco-soft carpet floor is smart to use for entrance spaces, too. Designed to hold up to heavy traffic, it has excellent traction. Look at our 1/2'' thick Entrance Linear for a durable entry area. Featuring black coloring with charcoal hues, this has a 3-year limited warranty. It is American-made from recycled materials and is weather- and UV-resistant.

The interlocking carpet tiles are suitable for use in any weather and can even be used to create an attractive parquet pattern. Water drains right through, keeping the non-slip surface safe. Thanks to a tab and slot system, it holds together tightly with no movement between them.

Our Waterhog is a strong entranceway option. Also constructed in the United States, these are tough and can be installed without adhesive. They sport a rubber-reinforced bi-level cleaning surface and are anti-static, stain-resistant, and fast-drying. They won't fade or rot, ensuring top-quality performance.

These easily link together or can be cut to fit. They are delivered in 12 colors, giving plenty of options for designing the building's entranceway.

Interlocking Floor Tile Alternative

For an alternative to carpets, consider our RageTurf Rally Interlocking Turf Tile. Manufactured of polyethylene-bonded rubber, this faux grass is durable enough for gym use. At nearly eight square feet in size, these are much larger than most others and are suitable for indoor usage. They are slip-resistant.

FAQ Interlocking Carpet Tiles Q&A

Are Greatmats carpet tiles any good?
Yes. Our customers put these to use in a variety of use cases. These can be a smart solution for the following spaces:
  1. Basements
  2. Family rooms
  3. Utility rooms
  4. Entryways
  5. Trade shows
  6. Showrooms
  7. Expos
  8. Residential theaters

How do you install interlocking carpet tiles?
They allow for a DIY installation, saving time and money versus a professional installation. They can be laid out without glue, so pull them up quickly in case of flooding or as a portable selection for use at expositions.

What are the best commercial carpet tiles?
Raised units are strong in commercial and industrial settings. Built on a plastic base, these commercial carpet squares are ideal for use in areas where dampness may appear. These allow air to circulate underneath, so they help prevent mildew and mold from growing.

How do you stick self-adhesive carpet tiles to floors?
It is very easy. Just peel the protective backing off the self-stick carpet tiles and lay them in place. Press down on each peel-and-stick carpet tile to adhere it to the subfloor.

Are carpet tiles cheaper than carpet rolls?
They can be. It really depends on the build quality and the materials used. Much of the time, a roll of carpeting will be the less expensive choice for covering large spaces. But squares have situations where they deliver a good value, and they’re far easier to install than a roll.