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Carpets Inter’s new Breaking Ground collection combines high performance and functional aesthetics

The Breaking Ground collection of plank carpet tiles by Carpets Inter features two styles that offer high performance and functional aesthetics.

The first of these styles, Mesa, is an organic texture suitable for most commercial interiors. The second, Flatlands, is an overall texture ideal for a monolithic look on the floor. Both styles are available in a range of colours.

The modular nature of the plank carpet tiles mean that the two styles can be used independently or as coordinates to “landscape” any floor.

Constructed of 100 percent solution-dyed nylon, the Breaking Ground plank range offers a high degree of soil-repellence and stain protection.

The carpets also boast excellent green credentials. Accredited to the highest achievable ECLS4 Green Star rating, Breaking Ground contains the equivalent of 50 recycled PET bottles per square metres, is 150 percent more thermally efficient than PVC or bitumen hard-backed carpet tile, and provides twice the sound absorption when compared to hard-backed carpet tile.

The carpets are backed with EcoSoft, Carpets Inter’s breathable cushion backing that allows for the free release of moisture.

For more information on the Carpets Inter Breaking Ground collection, visit the Above Left website.

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