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THIS MONTH’S SPECIAL OFFERS
Interface Carpet Tiles
Recycled C Grade
50cm x 50cm£0.60 + VAT per tile £0.72 inc VAT per tile
Nylon Loop Carpet Tiles
Recycled B Grade
Blue with Pink Fleck
50cm x 50cm£0.70 + VAT per tile £0.84 inc VAT per tile
Tarkett Carpet Tiles
Recycled B Grade
50cm x 50cm£0.80 + VAT per tile £0.96 inc VAT per tile
Interface Linear Carpet Tiles
Recycled B Grade
50cm x 50cm£1.00 + VAT per tile £1.20 inc VAT per tile
Heuga Geo Carpet Tiles
Recycled A Grade
50cm x 50cm£1.20 + VAT per tile £1.44 inc VAT per tile
Entrance Mat (Loose Lay)
60cm x 90cm£4.99 + VAT £5.99 inc VAT
The Best Value Carpet Tiles in the UK
We're A Refreshingly Straight-Forward Carpet Tile Supplier Offering True Peace of Mind!
Because we're an award-winning, family-run, independent carpet tile supplier with a first-class reputation and over 20 years' experience in the trade, you can buy with complete confidence and know that our tiles and advice will be top-notch. We only sell tiles that will do the job well, so you're floor will look great for years.
Don't be fobbed off with cheap imitations, cheap carpet tiles only look good in the box. Once you start to walk on them, they'll soon start to show signs of wear.
Wherever you are in the UK, we can deliver cheaply and quickly directly to you.
By selling ongoing ranges and clearance carpet tiles as well as our used/recycled stock, we'll always be able to find the right tile for your budget.
You can buy all your adhesives, screeds and other ancillaries from us at the same time as well.
It's easy to see what tiles are available and buy online but also easy to phone or email to get more information about the tiles and ask any questions.
Why not ask about our very affordable fitting service too?
All of us here at Carpet Tile Wholesale are so excited about carpet tiles that we want to shout out and tell you why.
We know all about piles, tufts, fibres, gauges and dyes and if you are in the market for carpet tiles you need to know this stuff as well.
The excitement about our carpet tiles comes when we sell them to our customers and we know that they will be very happy and tell all their contacts, colleagues, friends and family about them and us.
But…..to be happy with your tiles, you need to choose the right tiles and here’s what to look out for!
You can choose a tile because it’s cheap and ‘looks and feels’ about right, keep your fingers crossed and hope you’ve made the right choice or you can find out what the tile is made of, how it’s constructed and how it’s dyed. Then you’ll be able to compare any tile on a like-for-like basis and be confident that the price you eventually pay offers genuinely great value and you’re not being ripped off.
There are only 4 things you need to ask yourself to make sure you get it right.
1. Where will you be laying your tiles?
2. How long do you need them to last?
3. Is the environment going to get dirty?
4. Will you be using castor chairs on your tiles?
Domestic or Commercial Light/General/Heavy Contract Use
Choose between the ratings and look for the description that best suits your situation and the amount of footfall likely to be passing through.
Polypropylene or Nylon Fibre
If you need your tiles to look good for more than a few months and not go ‘flat’, then choose a tile made from nylon. Nylon fibre has a memory, meaning the fibre can spring back into place whereas a polypropylene fibre does not.
Pile Weight and Tuft Density
These are both important as the heavier the pile weight and the more tufts per square meter, the more durable the tile will be and will last longer but still look good.
How the Fibre is Dyed
There are two ways a tile fibre can be dyed. Solution dyed or space dyed. The difference is that the solution dyed fibres are dyed all the way through the yarn (like a carrot), whereas a space dyed fibre only has the colour on the outside of the yarn (like a cucumber). This means that if you need to clean your tiles often, you will rub away the colour of a space dyed tile. So choose a solution dyed tile if you do want to be able to clean your tiles regularly.
Using Castor Chairs
Castor chairs eat carpet tiles! So if you are going to be using castor chairs on your new tiles, make sure they have the ‘castor chair’ symbol.
By taking a few minutes to ‘Check the Spec’ you’ll be thrilled with the carpet tiles you choose.We’d love to help you get it right, so just get in touch to get the ball rolling. Happy Carpet Tiling!