Equivalent of just £3.50 per tile. Diversity is a top selling heavy contract tile, suitabe for all applications including schools, offices, retail outlets, and the leisure sector. Also with a 10 year guarantee. A 100% nylon tile so also suitable for use with castor chairs. Comes with a 10 year guarantee, just for your peace of mind.
£14.00 (Exc VAT), £16.80 (Inc VAT)per m2
• Equivalent of just £3.50 per tile • 50cm x 50cm • 10 Year Warranty• Anti Static • Suitable With Castor Chairs • Heavy Contract
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To keep delivery as simple as possible, the delivery cost is just £20 +VAT. Or if spend over £450 +VAT on flooring we will have this delivered to you for free.
This is to 95% of the UK. If you are in the Scottish Highlands or offshore islands get in touch 1st so we can give you a delivery cost.
Delivery on this carpet tile takes about 2 working days. If you require a faster delivery service or any other delivery arrangement please get in touch with us so we can help you.
There must be someone to sign for the delivery. The day after you place the order we will email you the delivery date, and also pass your contact number onto the courier in case of any problems.
|• Pile yarn description - 100% solution dyed nylon|
• Construction - 1/10th gauge tufted loop pile
• Tile size - 50cm x 50cm
• Pile height - 3mm
• Total height - 5.5mm
• Total weight - 4.27 kgs/m2
• Pile weight - 500 g/m2
• Pile density - 169,300 tufts per m2
• Backing - Bitumen
• Flammability - BS 4790 low radius of char. Hot metal nut test
• Thermal retention - Suitable for underfloor heating
• Castor rating - Suitable for continuous use with castor chairs
• Static - Antistatic: <2Kv body voltage
• Colour fastness - EN ISO 105-B02/ x12/E01, light: 6, water: 4-5, rubbing: 4-5
• Usage - Heavy contract
• Warranty - 10 years
| When it comes to installation you have 3 options...|
1. We may be able to organize the fitting work for you through fitters we work with. You just need to give us all the details about what needs doing.
2. Or you can use your own fitter.
3. Or you can save yourself on costs by installing yourself. Below we have written an installation guide to help you...
Things to note before you start:
Carpet tiles do not require underlay but the sub floor must be free from any dust and debris to ensure a secure bond. In addition, the sub floor must be flat and smooth. If surfaces are uneven the floor should first be screeded and allowed to fully dry to make a floor surface that you can lay straight on top of. Or alternatively lay wood panelling boards, such as chipboard or plywood. You shouldn't lay directly onto floorboards as they may well move around causing your new flooring to lift.
Before you start, the tools you are best using include: A sharp utility knife, a ruler, chalk for drawing lines, and of course the adhesive whether that be a tackifier or spray adhesive.
Firstly the tiles should be unpacked and allowed to acclimatize to the room temperature for at least 1 day before laying. When you are unpacking them you will notice directional arrows on the reverse side that indicate the direction of the pile. At this stage decide if you are laying the flooring in a broadloom fashion so all the arrows must point the same way, or in a chequerboard fashion so the arrows are at right angles to each other as in the 2 diagrams below.
You should start by laying from the centre of the room and not the edges. To obtain the centre point of the room measure the distance between both sets of walls facing each other. Join the centre of each wall with a chalk line. This will mark the centre of the room as shown in the image below. Just check this doesn't leave you with a small strip to fill at the edge of the room - if it does then just move your centre point a little.
If using a tackifier adhesive apply using a brush or roller, then allow to dry for approx 30 minutes to a tacky film. If using a spray adhesive, apply as you go along spraying the floor surface and waiting approx 1 min for the vapours to evaporate. For an even stronger bond spray both the sub floor and the bitumen backing. Commence laying the tiles from the centre point of the room working outwards towards the walls. Press down firmly as you go along to ensure a good firm bond, and that the tiles are fit tightly against each other, but not so tight to cause peaks in the new flooring.
Fitting against the walls
To get a perfect fit against the walls follow these steps:
Step 1. Lift the last uncut tile (marked "A" in the image below) and replace it with the tile that will be cut (tile "B" in the image below)
Step 2. Position tile "A" firmly against the room wall on top of tile B. Using tile A as a template cut through tile B.
Step 3. Then finally place tile "A" (the full tile) in its original position, and fit tile you have cut against the wall. Repeat this step all around the edges of the room.
We can show you what this flooring will look like in your room. Just send us a clear picture of your room here.