Carpet tiles are a great flooring choice because they’re comfortable under your feet, durable, and adaptable. While many people associate carpet tiles with commercial spaces, they’re ideal for homes, too. If you’re wondering how to make use of carpet squares in your home or where to use them, read on to learn more about the benefits of having carpet tiling in different rooms of the house.
Your living room probably gets more foot traffic than any other room in the house so the durability of carpet squares is a huge plus. You’ll also appreciate how easy it is to remove individual sections of carpet to clean or replace them. The living room, as the center of your home, is prone to spills and messes. With carpet tiles, if you’re struggling to clean a stain, you can simply remove the affected tiles and your living room is back to looking its best in no time!
Kids’ Rooms and Playrooms
Your child’s bedroom or playroom is another place where durability and the ability to remove individual sections of carpet for cleaning will come in handy. Another benefit is that carpet tiles give you the option to mix and match. You can get creative with different combinations of tiles and invent a fun, colorful flooring pattern that your child will love.
Because cleaning stains isn’t as difficult with carpet squares, they’re a great choice for spaces where people are likely to track in mud or leave behind wet shoes and umbrellas. If you want hardwood or another flooring material in your entryway, you can still use carpet tile in a section of the room. Create a strip with carpet squares in front of the door to serve as a permanent, extra durable entry mat or make a special corner for storing shoes.
To learn more about the benefits of carpet tile and the wide variety of tile options available, contact the experts at Floor Coverings International of Waukesha. We’ll work with you to find the best flooring type for any room in your home. Schedule your free, in-home estimate today! We proudly serve Brookfield, Waukesha, Milwaukee, and the surrounding areas!.
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