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Monday, February 8, 2010


I've always been a big fan of FLOR tiles for their design qualities because they make it so easy to customize a rug and they are ridiculously simple to install. On top of that, they are super eco-friendly being made of renewable and recyclable resources, having low VOC's, and you can return them to the company when you are done so that they can recycle them into new product. The company's founder, Ray Anderson, is one of the leader's in innovative environmental design. But in addition to all these wonderful things, I have (fortunately or unfortunately) been reminded just how practical these carpet tiles are. We installed them in our basement playroom and office and twice in the past week and a half we've had part of our basement flood due to a problem sump pump. Normally, this would mean destroyed carpet, but with FLOR tiles, we literally just popped them up and put them in the sink to drain the water off. Once they're dry you can reinstall them in virtually no time at all. If you need to clean some or all of them, you can run them under a hose, and if you totally destroy a tile or two, just order one or two more without having to replace the entire carpet. They offer styles refined enough for your dining room and durable enough for your garage so if you have any need for carpet of any sort, I highly recommend you check them out.

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