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I see grey tile in some of the photos, but I don't think I see it as a color option. Is the grey I see in the photos the "gunmetal" color?
The grey color you see in the photo is Gunmetal . Due to lighting and the direction in which the carpet is laid determines the brightness of the carpet's color.
Do you know how many ounce carpet these squares are? We generally use a 26 ounce carpet in our halls and we are looking at this as an alternative possibly.
Our Hobnail Carpet Tile is a 14 ounce carpet.
Im looking for a tile for my basement.Does this tile Have a rubber type backing?
Hobnail tiles do not have a rubber backing but work wonderfully in a basement.
How are these on accumulating static?
Our Hobnail Carpet Tiles would accumulate static at the same amount standard carpet would.
What is the dimensions of one box of 16 tiles?
The box size for one box of our Hobnail Carpet Tiles is 20" x 20" x 5".
Can these be used in a garage over concrete? We keep our garage very clean but do park 2 cars and a golf cart in the garage.
Our Hobnail Carpet Tiles can be installed in a garage and can be driven over. They are very easy to clean with a vacuum, broom or hose.
will these hold up in an outdoor setting with rain and running water
Our Hobnail tiles are approved for outdoor use.
Are these safe to use as an area rug over hardwood floors? Will the hardwood show damage after they are removed?
Since these are peel and stick, a residue may remain on the floor if removed. Instead of adhering directly to the wood floor, you could use carpet tabs to 'float' the tiles as an area rug.
My new construction home in MA is almost finished and I'm planning on adding a basic rec. room in the basement that will have a ping-pong table and exercise equipment. Are these tiles a good option for putting directly over the basement concrete floor or would vinyl planks be a better choice? I love the price point and ease of installation of this product and I think the carpet tiles look pretty good, too.
These carpet tiles can be laid directly onto concrete.
Can you tell me if this can be laid over a padding of any sort? If so, what thickness is recommended and what type of pad material is best for this adhesive to adhere to?
Typically these tiles are installed directly to the subfloor without any padding.
I'm looking to use these tiles to replace an old carpet in a bedroom. We'll pull the existing carpet and carpet nails. Do I need an pad or liner if these are going onto plywood? If yes, what type of liner?
These tiles are typically installed directly to the subfloor.
Our basement currently has old linoleum tile. Could these carpet tiles be installed over the top?
As long as your subfloor is level, clean, and has no major issues you should be fine to install these over as you please.
would these be appropriate for a garage floor, i.e., would they hold up to being parked on?
This would work fine.
Is a subfloor needed when installing over a wood deck with slats?
Typically you want to have a smooth, level surface to install over
Can these tiles be laid on top of your 2 mm underlayment which would be installed over a flakeboard subfloor?
These self adhesive carpet tiles would be suitable for installation over 2mm underlayment over your subfloor.
I am installing this flooring in a small restaurant dining area. I was wondering if you think it can handle that kind of traffic?
The Hobnail tiles are durable, but not built for high traffic environments, so you may have some issues.
Can these be installed on a wood deck around a swimming pool? Does water drain easy thru them?
These tiles can be installed on a wooden deck. They will not hold or absorb water.
What is the thickness of the Hobnail carpet tiles?
Hobnail carpet tiles are ~1/4" thick.
Can I install a moisture barrier underneath the carpet tiles, i.e. vapor barrier? Will that cause any issues with the tiles adhering? I sometimes have moisture coming up from the concrete slab in the basement and want to be sure no mold and mildew will grow underneath.
You should be fine to adhere these tiles directly to a moisture barrier.
Are these thick enough to lay over tile floors or will the grout lines eventually show through?
These would not be suitable for that application.
Are these machine washable? If you pull them up will they restick in place?
No these are not machine washable.
Could these be used as temporary flooring over old carpet? Would they leave a residue on the old carpet when removed?
This would not be recommended.
Most of your answers suggest that these tiles should be applied directly to a sub-floor. However, would it work just as well to apply these over the 2mm foam underlay? I'd like to have some additional insulation over the cement floor.
These tiles can be installed over virtually any subfloor that is clean and level. That should work fine.
Could this be laid over your silent silver underlayment? I am putting this in a concrete floor room and would like to provide a little more cushion and added warmth.
Yes, the tiles can be put over a thin foam underlayment.
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