Read up on how Interface carpet tile can enhance your library—and the planet.
We could write a book on all the ways that Interface modular carpet tile can help transform your library. Our unique products consistently receive rave reviews from libraries and community centers for their ability to combine impressive styling with exceptional quality, sustainability and cost savings.
Whether you’re looking to create a cheerful children’s area for your library or add a modern touch to the media center, Interface modular carpet offers you unparalleled creative inspiration and design flexibility. Hundreds of styles, patterns and colors mean that your options are limited only by your imagination.
Flexilbe design and quiet style
Unlike traditional broadloom carpet, our modular tiles make it easy to segment your library into attractive, distinct areas without needing to haul bulky carpet rolls or move heavy furniture. Our i2® non directional products significantly reduce installation waste and our lift system makes for even easier installation.
The soft surface of our products also helps create quiet, acoustically pleasing spaces, thanks to its ability to absorb and minimize disruptive sounds up to five times more than hard surfaces.
Positive environmental impact
It’s not a footnote that Interface carpet tile products and programs are designed to help lower your environmental footprint. Our glue-free installation system, TacTiles®, together with climate neutral, high recycled content carpet tile that all meets the highest standards for indoor air quality, mean not only that your library can earn LEED credit but that everyone can breathe easier.
Frank and Laura Lewis Library, LaGrange College
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