Berber carpet tiles are a solution to install the carpet yourself without much fuss. You can install the tiles on substrates including wood, vinyl and linoleum. Although Berber can be more expensive than other types of carpet, which provides a lot of durability, supporting more foot traffic of other carpet. Carpet tiles do not require filling or tack strips and do not damage the floor underneath.
Instructions to install Berber carpet tiles: measure your room twice. Empty and clean the basement to get rid of dirt and dust. Allow the soil to dry completely. Adjust all your tiles in the room where it is installed. It may be useful for designing some of the tiles with the support even if you are creating a pattern with different tiles.
Begin installing tiles in a far corner of the output. Remove the paper from the back of the tile and place it on the floor. Apply pressure to ensure the tile underground. Continue installing tiles in rows. Cut Berber carpet tiles that need to fit around obstacles, or that are too big, once you reach the end of a row, using a knife. Wait for a walk on the tiles by the manufacturer.