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Simply Seamless Tranquility Mountain Mist Texture 24 in. x 24 in. Carpet Tile (10 Tiles/Case)

Simply Seamless

Tranquility Mountain Mist Texture 24 in. x 24 in. Carpet Tile (10 Tiles/Case)

  • Peel and stick application offers ease of installation
  • Stain and fade resistant
  • Easy to clean and maintain
$1.79 /sq. ft.
Covers 40.00 sq. ft.
$71.60 /case

Choose Your Options

Mountain Mist/Texture
  • Afterglow/Texture
  • Amaretto/Texture
  • Mountain Mist/Texture
  • Sunset/Texture

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Product Overview

Berkshire Flooring Carpet Tiles are the softest carpet tile available on the market today. They are manufactured to allow for a broadloom appearance once installed. The Tranquility Style is available in multiple colors that can be mixed and matched to your liking, allowing you to be as creative as you want or they can be installed all in one color. The tiles are 24 in. x 24 in. and come with a pre-applied pressure sensitive adhesive so you simply peel and stick them to the floor. Installation is easy, the only tools that you need are a square, a tape measure and a carpet knife. The carpet is made from solution dyed continuous filament PermaClean fiber which is inherently stain and wear resistant. The carpet tile has an attached high density cushion. All Berkshire Flooring carpet tiles are environmentally friendly and carpet tiles reduce waste by 15-20% compared with broadloom carpet. You will love that they are easy to handle and that they are the no glue, no tacks, no tapes, no odor way to a simply beautiful floor.

  • 100% PermaClean solution-dyed BCF Polyester
  • 5-year stain warranty; 3-year wear warranty
  • Inherently stain resistant
  • Manufactured from continuous fibers to minimize shedding
  • Vacuum regularly and replace if necessary
  • Machine Made
  • Attached high density cushion
  • Pressure sensitive adhesive pre-applied
  • Naturally stain-resistant and resists fading
  • 40 sq. ft. per case, 10 tiles per case. Case weight is 20 lb.
  • Peel-and-stick backing

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Customer Questions & Answers

I just installed and can see lines will this disappear over time

Asked by: Me
Lines are usually caused by improper installation. With mine as long as the arrows matched, and I made sure the carpet didn't get pinned between pieces, there are no lines.
Answered by: NewYears1978
Date published: 2017-03-04

Do these stick on existing carpet?

Asked by: Bev
I tried it, and it didn't stick. I don't recommend this.
Answered by: BC
Date published: 2017-01-17

Is this a stick and peel carpet tile

Asked by: sofia
Yes, it is peel and stick. The adhesive is variable, different on different tiles.
Answered by: BC
Date published: 2017-02-24

Can I use a regular vacuum on the carpet tiles or is it recommended to use a carpet sweeper?

Asked by: carpet15
I use a vacuum with no problem.
Answered by: km111155
Date published: 2017-02-24
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Customer Reviews

Tranquility Mountain Mist Texture 24 in. x 24 in. Carpet Tile (10 Tiles/Case) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 81.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Carpet Tiles Recommended With Reservations. After two months, the carpet is holding up well, and ... Carpet Tiles Recommended With Reservations. After two months, the carpet is holding up well, and looks good. It's very comfortable with bare feet or shoes. I would recommend this product, with some reservations. Installation takes time and some attention to detail: 1. Not all tiles are the same size. I bought 12 cartons at a Home Depot; of the 120 tiles, 77 were 23-3/4 in wide, 26 were 23-13/16 in, 11 were 23-11/16 in, and 6 were 23-7/8 in. (This was okay for me, since I was planning to place the tiles in rows anyway.) Per carton = 39.22 ft². 2. Not all tiles are exactly the same color pattern. Three of mine were a different color -- I put them in a closet. One tile got ruined because I didn't notice this, but I was able to use part of it for an edge. 3. Make sure the padded bases fit exactly flush. Hence the other comments about getting the fibers out of the way when fitting tiles together -- a wide putty knife or stiff brush comes in handy. 4. There was variation in the adhesive backing, some truly wimpy. I used double-sided carpet tape (2 inches wide) to compensate. Place tiles carefully and slowly, checking gaps with adjacent tiles. If you do it slowly, you might be able lift it and start over. 5. Be careful when cutting tiles. As another reviewer said, cut only from the back, and use a good metal straight-edge (a 24" steel square is good). Change blades in your utility knife often: one tile is $7+, knife blades cost about $0.26, don't skimp there. Measure several times before cutting, especially odd ones. Use a big square to ensure right angles. 6. Lay out your floor first, on the floor or on paper or on the computer, to avoid difficult cuts or tiny slivers.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage The idea of perfectly seamless tiles is a paradox really. With traditional carpet squares you normally alternate the pattern simply as a method of providing depth and interest to something that really can't be seamless, but in theory the pile on these tiles is supposed to make that a thing of the past. The problem, though, is getting these to line up perfectly square and tight. It takes a lot of patience and the willingness to occasionally have to pull up a tile that was not perfectly and precisely snug. Despite my efforts, I still see the occasional seams. Seams aren't my real gripe though---durability is. 6 months on I'm seeing very obvious wear paths in the carpet. This has about the same level of crushing as the cheapest builder's grade carpet out there. And then there's the peeling! I'm not talking about the tile itself peeling up from the floor, but rather the carpet itself peeling up from the padding. This is especially true where corners happen to meet, and God forbid there's ever any kind of spill because any left over moisture obviously weakens the cheap adhesive that bonds the carpet to the backing. Final verdict: I'm going to soon replace with the traditional low pile commercial tiles you might find in an office, library, etc.
Date published: 2016-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this carpet! Easy to install & cut to fit. Fits together well, was a little concerned by s... I love this carpet! Easy to install & cut to fit. Fits together well, was a little concerned by seams showing, but looks like carpet, can't tell it's tiles. Love the price too, will be buying more!
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Way better than expected!! I love these tiles! I got the Mountain Mist color. The pictures on the site look like the tiles are a solid color, but they are actually speckled. They were so easy to put down and they look wonderful in my basement! You can't expect them to feel like a plush, padded carpet because they aren't. The padding is only about 1/4" thick, but they are perfect for basements! The seams are barely visible. We noticed that they seemed to be more visible when we weren't careful about getting the carpet fibers out of the way before putting the next tile down. It took us about 5 hours to do 500 square feet, start to finish.
Date published: 2016-02-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolute junk. Cons: Tiles are out of square. Die lot varies from box to box so you may find a b... Absolute junk. Cons: Tiles are out of square. Die lot varies from box to box so you may find a box where the color doesn't match Some are a quarter inch larger or smaller than others. size fluctuates. Some are sticky some have no stick what so ever. Many were missing a row of yarns on the edges so you could see the backing at the seams. Some where missing the Plastic on the back. Some were curled up and would not stick. Pros: None. I am a professional flooring installer and have installed miles of carpet tile and these are by far the worst i have ever seen. Wish i could give it negative stars. I would say of the 150 carpet tiles we bought about half of them were good enough to install.
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Really happy with these tiles. Just pay attention to the arrows and make sure the seams don't have any fibers in between them.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! Bought to do a bedroom. I'm a 67 year old woman & had no problem laying it. You do not see the seams, BUT you must lay it to match the seams. Glad it's not super sticky as I had to pull some up. It gradually sticks more with traffic. I was short two tiles & had to buy an additional box. Wish they sold samples. At least I know if I spill something or the dog has an accident, I have enough to replace area or switch with another tile in an unseen corner.
Date published: 2016-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth the price! Tiles were delivered on time, no damaged boxes. I ordered 10 boxes, so I opened them all, checking for defects or color variations. I found none. As noted in other reviews, the tiles are not 24x24 exactly. More like 23 7/8 x 23 7/8. Doesn't sound like much, but if you have a 12' x12' room and you start in a corner, you'll come up about an inch short! Not cool! A couple of tips on installation. Use a new blade in your utility knife to get a nice, clean cut line, and replace it as soon as it starts to tear the padding. And always cut on the padded side, using a flat straight edge. I used a carpenter's square, and it worked nicely. After laying a tile, don't press down on the edge you're going to butt on next. You'll get a smooth transition if you butt the two edges at the same time, and seam lines will be harder to see. I kept a vacuum handy for all the fuzzy that accumulate, and that really helped. Lastly, plan ahead so you don't have narrow ( less than 6 inches) cuts - they're hard to do, and it looks tacky. Good luck, take your time, and it will look great! At least my wife thinks so! And happy wife, happy life!
Date published: 2016-03-13
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