One of Yorkshire’s Longest Established Flooring Contractors
Commercial and Contract Carpet Tiles Specialist Supplying and fitting Contract and Commercial Carpet Tiles for over 30 years.
Commercial and Contract Carpet Tiling Specialist Supplying and fitting Contract and Commercial Carpet Tiles for over 30 years.
Commercial Carpet Tiling in Leeds and Bradford
We provide a comprehensive range of Commercial and Contract Quality Carpet Tile in Leeds and Bradford.
Our comprehensive range of commercial carpet tiling is available in Leeds and Bradford. We supply and fit numerous qualities, styles and colours, from leading manufacturers across the UK, Europe and America. Whatever your commercial carpet tile requirements, and floor design/layouts, we will be able to provide a quality professional supply and installation service in Leeds and Bradford, plus many more locations.
We have key accounts with all the major UK suppliers of contract and commercial carpet tiles including: Desso, Ege, Gradus, Forbo Tessera, Burmatex, Heckmondwike, Interface, Joseph Hamilton & Seaton, CFS, Marlings, Milliken, Modulyss, Paragon, Rawson and Shaw.
Types of Carpet Tiling We Offer
There are several different types of commercial carpet tile, the main ones of which are summarised below:
Fibre bonded commercial carpet tiles are constructed using fibre webs, which are compacted and interlocked using barbed felting needles. Different styles and designs, such as corduroy, rib or hobnail designs can be produced. Fibre bonded tiles are suitable for very high traffic installations, such as schools or colleges, as they are extremely hard wearing and can withstand the most challenging environments for textile floorcoverings. They are also extremely affordable, and usually available in a wide range of colours. Well-known brands are Heckmondwike Supacord and Broadrib commercial carpet tiles and Burmatex Cordiale and Academy carpet tiles. We also supply and install the full range of this style of commercial carpet tile from Rawson Carpets, Joseph Hamilton & Seaton, Marlings, and several other UK distributors.
Structure bonded commercial carpet tiles are similar to fibre bonded tiles. The main difference is that the surface finish is more textured; it has very specific high and low points. Some product ranges also introduce additional colours providing even more variability in the design. Ranges in this style include: Burmatex Zip, Lateral and Code carpet tiling, along with creative ranges from Heckmondwike such as: Montage, Array and Night Sky commercial carpet tile.
Tufted are the most common commercial carpet tile you will find. The pile fibre is tufted into a web and then bonded to a backing material. Tufted carpet tiling is available in loop pile, cut pile, cut & loop, plain, textured, and a multitude of colours. Prices vary from entry level up to high end price points, just get in touch for a bespoke quote.
Flocked and printed commercial carpet tiles are also available. Flocked tiles have a smoother surface finish than other types, with a velour-like texture which is produced from densely packed synthetic fibres (e.g. Flotex). Printed commercial carpet tiling is generally tufted, generally featuring a colour or design of your choice printed onto the surface finish. Companies like Forbo and Milliken offer extensive designs in this style of carpet tile.
What are the benefits?
All our suppliers and manufacturers are committed to upholding their environmental responsibilities. Many commercial carpet tiles are manufactured using high levels of recycled materials to provide customers with the best possible BREEAM rated tiles for their fit-out. There is a heavy focus on re-use and recycling opportunities at the end of the product’s life, providing the highest level of sustainability.
One of the major benefits of commercial carpet tiling is versatility. There are a vast array of designs and colours available across several different types of manufacturing, fibre and production of the tiles. Some combinations provide greater flexibility and choice of design, whereas others provide more simple design and colour, combined with extremely hardwearing characteristics at lower price points.
Choosing the correct commercial carpet tile for your application is the key to a successful installation. Of equal importance is the choice of backing, which helps to enhance the comfort underfoot. Bitumen backing is still widely used in the manufacture of commercial carpet tiles, however PVC and other synthetic or cushioned materials are now being used to improve overall acoustic performance, extended wear warranties and comfort.