There are many ranges of hard wearing and impervious carpets which are mainly used in the health care sector, however they can also be used for many other applications including shops and offices. Using manmade fibres they are tough, resiliant and stand up well to heavy footfall. The impervious carpets stop fluids from penetrating through the backing which helps to keep the carpet smell free and easier to soak up spills. Cleaning is easy as many of them are stain resistant and some are also bleach resistant.
There are many ranges of impervious carpets which are mainly used in the healthcare sector. No fluids can penetrate the backing of these carpets making them easy to clean and remove ‘smells’. Nearly all are bleach/stain resistant.
Carpet tiles offer a hardwearing alternative to traditional broadloom carpet. They are quick and easy to install, especially in awkward shaped rooms such as kitchens, bathrooms and offices. They are ideal for offices and corridors where traffic is heavy, carpet tiles are also becoming more popular in the home market in line with the trends and styles of home interiors. Carpet tiles are also cost effective when it comes to maintenance as you can simply replace damaged tiles rather than the whole floor covering.