Smart Squares is the new residential carpet tile from Engineered Floors. We love this product because it is a peel n’ stick carpet tile! Engineered Floors took the company’s most popular broadloom carpets and made them into carpet tiles. They are made with the company’s PureColor fiber so they are solution-dyed products. Also, the carpet tiles are comfortable underfoot because they have a Kanga Hide cushion backing attached to each carpet square.
Carpet Express has some great SPC luxury vinyl tile options from the Showcase Collection. The SPC LVT features a rigid core, and the products are water-proof floating floors. Each plank has a beautiful design, so you can create a gorgeous look for your home. Some of the SPC luxury vinyl tile comes with an attached pad. In addition, the SPC LVT from the Carpet Express Showcase Collection are great for DIY installation.
Here are some of the SPC products from the Showcase Collection:
Honestly, Sheet Vinyl Flooring is a classic flooring option that continues to stay in style. Sheet vinyl flooring is available in so many gorgeous wood, tile, and stone patterns. You can use it anywhere in the house!
Sheet vinyl flooring is made by all the top manufacturers, and it is available in so many widths now. This flooring type is great for homes with kids and pets.
Shaw Floorte flooring uses high-def patterns to recreate an authentic hardwood or tile look. Its locking system is precision-engineered for an easy and durable installation. Floorte luxury vinyl tile and planks combine the best features of vinyl and laminate. Its solid core creates dimensional stability and helps hide imperfections in the sub-floors like a laminate, but it vinyl based construction makes it completely waterproof!
Shaw Industries’ LifeGuard Backing has been announced as a finalist for the 2019 Edison Awards in consumer goods – home solutions category. The Edison Awards was established in 1987 to honor innovation, recognize achievement, and celebrate innovative success from organizations across the globe.
Engineered Floors just released the company’s new residential carpet tile brand called Smart Squares. Engineered Floors took the company’s most popular broadloom products and transformed them into 18 inches by 18 inches carpet tiles. The company uses a unique Peel n’ Stick installation system, which means the product can be installed on most sub-floors.
Every Smart Squares carpet tile uses Engineered Floors’ PureColor fiber system. PureColor carpet fiber is solution-dyed so the color will not fade, wear off, or stain. In addition, you do not need any additional pad under the tiles because each tile has an attached cushion backing. The attached polyurethane premium cushion will not crush or flatten out over time. The attached backing is called Kanga Hide.
The residential carpet tiles from Smart Squares are perfect for DIY installation because the pre-applied pressure sensitive adhesive makes for a no mess, no fuss flooring. Also, if you ever need to replace a tile, just prep the floor, peel, place, and press the tile into place.
Shaw Philadelphia Commercial just released three new carpet tiles, also known as carpet squares. The three new styles are called Medley, Rhythm, and Harmony. All of the new carpet squares feature Eco Solution Q Nylon fiber. In addition, Medley, Rhythm, and Harmony have Shaw’s EcoWorx Tile backing. Shown below are some room scenes of these carpet tiles.
PhenixCarpet has been producing high quality residential carpets since 2006. Phenix makes premium P.E.T., solution dyed, and nylon carpets that are available in a variety of colors and styles. The carpets are made in the United States, and they are stylish, comfortable, sustainable, and affordable.
At Domotex and BAU, USFloors will be presenting 8 new designs from its Naturals Collection in a herringbone pattern. The herringbone patterns will have click installation, and they will be available in natural hues with painted bevel.
In addition, USFloors said that they will be expanding the Pro Plus collection with 20 new designs in a larger format. The 20 new designs will be great for both commercial and residential projects.
Recently Shaw Industries invested $250 million in the company’s Andalusia, Alabama manufacturing facility. This facility creates fiber that is used to manufacture residential carpet.
The project will include construction of new and expanded building assets and installation of new manufacturing equipment. These changes will create better efficiency, production, and safety for the employees.
Shaw Floors participated in the 2018 St. Jude Memphis Marathon. This marathon benefits the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Shaw Floors raised more than $88,000 for the event.
In addition, Shaw Floors offers different carpet pads that part of the sales go to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. For example, Shaw’s Hope Pad is one of the carpet pads available that part of the sales go to the hospital. Also, the Shaw Hope Pad extends the warranty on Shaw carpets. The carpet padding is anti-microbial and it has a moisture barrier.
Over the last few years, Shaw Industries has invested $1.5 billion in new facilities to expand its manufacturing of soft surface and hard surface products. In 2016, Shaw opened the Plant RP in Ringgold, Georgia to manufacture resilient products such as their new Uptown Now WPC LVT. In addition, Shaw’s engineered hardwood facility in South Pittsburg, Tennessee has increased capacity by more than 60% in the last few years. Shaw has also invested in the company’s carpet manufacturing.
Shaw Industries looks forward to 2019 with new products and new styles.