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

Tranquility Toffee Texture 24 in. x 24 in. Residential Carpet Tile (10 Tiles/Case)

  • Easy to install with peel and stick application
  • Stain and fade resistant
  • Easy to clean and maintain
$1.99 /sq. ft.
Covers 40.00 sq. ft.
$79.60 /case
Color/Finish: Toffee/Texture
  • Espresso/Texture
  • Milk and Cookies/Texture
  • Toffee/Texture

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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 polyurethane cushion
  • Pressure sensitive adhesive pre-applied
  • Naturally stain-resistant and resists fading
  • 40 sq. ft. per case, 10 tiles per case. Case weight: 20 lb.
  • Peel-and-stick backing

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Tack strips and butting up carpet to tile

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We are looking to replace our stained carpet & padding. Should we remove our tack strips or install on top of them? Also, we have tile & other carpet it will butt up to. Should we put a strip on top of the 2 for maximum adhesion? If so, can you recommend any that HD has that last and don't come undone? TY for your time! :)
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You will want to remove your tack strips for sure! You have to install on a smooth/ totally flat surface. That way they stick 100%. And yes, you will want to get what they call Transition Strips to go between the carpet tiles and the other flooring surfaces in your home. HD carries different kinds (wood/metal) and various finishes to match the decor in your home. You should be able to find the Transition Read More
You will want to remove your tack strips for sure! You have to install on a smooth/ totally flat surface. That way they stick 100%. And yes, you will want to get what they call Transition Strips to go between the carpet tiles and the other flooring surfaces in your home. HD carries different kinds (wood/metal) and various finishes to match the decor in your home. You should be able to find the Transition Strips with the other flooring supplies. The strips sort of clamp down on the two surfaces that they cover to ensure that the raw edges don't move or come undone over time. They are almost always the kind that you have to nail into the sub floor. Read Less
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November 19, 2015
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Yes remove tack strips, they aren't needed carpet tiles have adhesive on the pad. They will butt up to the ceramic tiles.
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November 19, 2015
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You do remove the tack strip, I did not put in strip at where the carpet meet my wood floor as the height was even and looked good.the adhesion was fine I had no problem.
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Should the tiles be installed in a staggered pattern or can it be installed in rows?

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Is it recommended to lay the carpet tiles in a staggered pattern so the seams don't show as easily? Or can it be installed square next to square or will this show the lines of the carpets tiles more?
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You will install in rows,be careful when you have to cut that tile naps runs in same direction and that enough pressure is applied to set tile.Brush nap toward center of tile when butting them together. It was very easy.
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It can be installed either way, if the slab is uneven the staggered pattern works well.
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They come with arrows on the bottom of the plastic wrap that shows the direction that they should be installed, so you would want to line them up all side by side in the same direction. You could try staggering them, but I have no idea what that would end up looking like. They are specifically cut to be laid one direction butted right up against each other.
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So you don't need padding with this carpet? It has a pad attached?

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That is correct. The pad is attached. For a softer feel, you might want to try one of the thicker products as the amount of face fiber will have almost as much of an impact on the feel under foot as the padding.
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Padding is included on tile, just peel and stick.
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July 26, 2015
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No additional padding is required since each Serenity carpet tile already has a pad attached. The attached carpet pad is glued to the floor at installation.
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Do all carpet tiles have to be glued down?

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Was thinking of using various colors to make up look for a small living room but I would want to have padding down so it does not feel like a basement installation. Is that possible?
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These tiles have an attached cushion so they should feel reasonably comfortable under foot . I would not recommend installing any carpet tile over a separate padding (I did this in a condo I owned with a product from FLOR since they do not offer an attached cushion) and the results were terrible. The tile moved around too much on the padding and every seem ended up being very visible. I even experienced Read More
These tiles have an attached cushion so they should feel reasonably comfortable under foot . I would not recommend installing any carpet tile over a separate padding (I did this in a condo I owned with a product from FLOR since they do not offer an attached cushion) and the results were terrible. The tile moved around too much on the padding and every seem ended up being very visible. I even experienced some peaking and curling of the tile. For better results, make sure you buy a carpet tile with an attached cushion. Read Less
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These carpet tiles come in 3 different colors and they all come with padding already attached, so you wouldn't need to install extra padding. On top of that, these tiles come with adhesive already applied, so you would't to glue them, but when we used them on our concrete slab they didn't stick half the time. So, you might want to use glue, but I think that would probably nullify the warranty on them.
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It is possible for the tiles to be placed down without the use of glue.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 144 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely amazing!!! We were looking for an affordable flooring alternative for our daughters bedroom after she left for college. Her room was a converted attic space and is not heavy traffic. My husband was not a fan at first and thought we would be wasting our money, but I convinced him to trust me. I followed the instructions meticulously and installation went quickly and easily! It's been nearly 2 years and the carpet looks like it was installed yesterday! We have had many guests use the room and they all comment on how great the carpet looks and feels, and several have used it in their own homes! KICKER...I even used it on the stairs! The stairwell was very dark and dreary and we added a knee wall at the top, which made them even darker. I did use double-sided carpet tape where the rise met run of the steps (both on rise and tread) as well as under the bullnose edge...and they have NOT MOVED at all! They have held up incredibly well! Thank you for offering such a fantastic and affordable option! September 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Hard wood floor warning!! I had these down for two years in my dining room and hallway. They looked very good! However I pulled them up to re-do my hardwood floors and there is adhesive stuck all over the wood. They were EXTREMELY difficult to lift up. I had to pry pull each inch up they were stuck so tight. September 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Avoid these and get wall to wall! When I first installed this in 2 rooms I was thrilled. It wasn't too difficult and looked great, no seams. Within a few months, I could see a few seams popping up despite it being a very low traffic area. After a year, there were lines all over the place. Every time I walked into the room, I was annoyed. Finally this week, I decided enough was enough and removed it and had wall to wall carpet installed. I basically wasted $1,200 on this junk. July 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Toffee look very good I both both the Toffee color and the Milk and Cookies. The Toffee looks very good but the Milk and Cookies does not. M&C shows every seam while the Toffee does not. July 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk, shifted/shrunk in a low traffic area leaving huge gaps in the middle of the floor I am honestly not sure what happened. The tiles either shifted or shrunk but I have inch gaps all through a low traffic room. They are not bunch up anywhere so I am inclined to say that they shrunk. Either way avoid like the plague. Have a ton of money sunk into these and not sure that we can even return them as we no longer have the boxes... June 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install and look great We got these tiles for a basement bedroom that had such a terrible cold floor in the winter. A little expensive but probably still cheaper than professional carpet install, and you can do it yourself even with no experience. My husband laid them himself in only a few hours. Just make sure all the arrows on the backs are going the same direction and that no fibers are trapped between each tile and they will look seamless! Ours look great and feel much nicer than the hard, cold laminate underneath. Fairly easy to cut to size around closet and door openings. I think we will do these for our other bedroom and hallway as well! Really couldn't be happier with them; the room feels transformed. April 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice I installed in my guestroom today for first time user it went pretty smoothly.The squares lay down and allow you to reposition if you are not happy with the fit.They cut pretty smoothly with a razor.I forgot to include closet when measuring so came up short was so happy with product will order enough to do my office.The cost is hard to beat under $300. September 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great buy and quick resluts I removed old tack strips on concrete floor. The carpet tiles went down with little fuss. I was worried my very detailed oriented husband would not like the tiles. Even the perfectionist was pleasantly surprised by the end results..This room gets a lot of traffic with the computer and recliner/ tv combo. I needed to replace the old carpet and did not want to spend a lot just to have it ruined again. I would highly recommend this product. September 16, 2015
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