Description - Legacy carpet tiles are a wonderful low cost flooring solution for virtually any space in the home. These are the carpet tiles your basements, utility closets, sheds, garage man caves, and spare rooms have been begging you for. The peel and stick backing on these modular tiles makes installation a breeze. Mix and match colors to create a checkered pattern or create your own unique design using our flooring designer tool. Upgrade your current floors with a modern twist to dated carpeting. Legacy carpet tiles are stylish, comfortable, easy to install, and budget friendly - what more could you want?
Recommended Installation Pattern - 1/4 Turn.
Material - Needle-punch non-woven 100% polyester
Size - 20" x 20"
Thickness - 0.25"
Weight - 0.3 Lbs. per tile.
Traffic Type - Low- (This Traffic type works well for the home but not suitable for commercial spaces)
Recommended Uses - Legacy carpet tiles are a great solution for low to moderate traffic spaces, including bedrooms, spare bedrooms, as garage flooring, game room floors, in home offices, and more.
Carpet Tile squares do not require special equipment or cleaning products.
- To keep your rooms clean and inviting, carpet tiles should be vacuumed frequently and spot cleaned as needed.
- Spills should be removed immediately with an absorbent cotton cloth and clean water. You can also easily remove the floor carpet tile, clean individual tile and replace it.
Carpet Tiles are easy to install. Installation of our Carpet Tiles is as follows:
- Thoroughly clean subfloor. It must be clean, dry, smooth and dust free.
- Find the center point between the two longest wall, mark near each end of the room. Connect center points with the chalkline. Using carpenter's square, draw a perpendicular line crossing the first line at the center point. Extend the perpendicular line to the walls by striking a chalkline.
- In one swift motion, remove protective backing and place first tile in the junction of the two lines at the center of the room. Lay tiles with ribs 90 degrees to each other working from the center of the room out. Continue installation to the walls until you are unable to lay a full tile.
- Next lay a full tile upside down, with the pattern in the proper direction, and overlap the last tile installed near the wall. Mark a straight line on the bottom of the tile where the tiles overlap. Cut the bottom of the tile along the line. After cutting, lay the tile with cut edge to the wall.