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Commercial Carpet Tiles

In Groove 966 Granite

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$0.00 per sqm, +GST

Quick Overview

IN-GROOVE; carpet tiles that capture dust. The advantages of carpet tiles have already been proven. They not only contribute to the appearance and design of a room, but also to the comfort, noise muffling and acoustics. The IN-GROOVE carpet collection has been developed to address the fine dust problem.

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Pure indoor air in offices, classrooms, etc. IN-GROOVE carpet tiles help to reduce the concentration of fine dust in the air. Their unique, groove structure captures and retains fine dust particles so that they are scarcely spread in the rooms. Research has shown that IN-GROOVE carpet tiles are six times better at capturing and retaining fine dust than hard floors!

Track-off areas IN-GROOVE is made of Aqualon HD yarn from Aquafil. The denier of this yarn stands guarantee for optimal performance. It is sturdy, wear-resistant and elastic, making product extremely suitable for track-off areas such as entrances, corridors, etc.

Permanently antistatic - electrostatic shock is reduced to a minimum.

Suitable for areas where roller - castor chairs are used (chair pads are recommended)

Suitable for use in areas where underfloor heating is used

Flame retardant - does not contribute to the start or spread of fire

Suitable for use in rooms where personal computers are installed

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Our unique quote calculator gives you an accurate and honest quote for your floor in minutes - including preparation, fitting and supporting materials. No hidden costs, guaranteed hard to beat prices!


To use - Simply create a login to save your quotes and compare prices, then complete the form below. As you fill in each section, the price per m² will increase accordingly, questions that are calculated in linear metres will be added on the next screen



1 - Floor preparation


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2 - Supporting Materials

Do you require finishing bars?

Every doorway or transition from your carpet to another flooring type will require finishing bars. Measure any doorways or transitions from your carpet to another flooring type (round the total up to the nearest metre)

Colours available:

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+$10 / Linear Metre

Every doorway or transition from your carpet to another flooring type will require finishing bars. Measure any doorways or transitions from your carpet to another flooring type (round the total up to the nearest metre)

Colours available:

BroNZe TrimChampagne TrimPewter TrimSilver Trim
BroNZe TrimChampagne TrimPewter TrimSilver Trim
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How many linear metres of finishing bars do you need?


Does your room have stairs that require carpeting?

1. A Straight Stair is the one extending in one direction only, with no turns or winders.

2. Spiral Stairs are circular in plan, whose treads wind around a central newel.

3. Angled Stairs are the successive flights at an angle other than 180 Degrees to each other (often the angles are at 90 Degrees), with an intermediate platform between them.


When entering values for stairs, Width is the measurement from the left to the right of the step (in this case 90cm), Height is from the base of the step to the top (eg 20cm) Depth is the distance from the front edge of the step to the back or join (eg 20cm)

+$0 / Square Metre

1. A Straight Stair is the one extending in one direction only, with no turns or winders.

2. Spiral Stairs are circular in plan, whose treads wind around a central newel.

3. Angled Stairs are the successive flights at an angle other than 180 Degrees to each other (often the angles are at 90 Degrees), with an intermediate platform between them.


When entering values for stairs, Width is the measurement from the left to the right of the step (in this case 90cm), Height is from the base of the step to the top (eg 20cm) Depth is the distance from the front edge of the step to the back or join (eg 20cm)

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Height (m)
Depth (m)
Number of stairs
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Do you require stair nosing?
To work out this figure multiply the width / tread of the stair by the number of stairs (round up to the nearest metre)
+$0 / Linear Metre To work out this figure multiply the width / tread of the stair by the number of stairs (round up to the nearest metre) m $ 0

How many metres of nosing do you require?


3 - Room Configuration

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