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Welcome II Tile

Black Chocolate
Welcome Navy
Welcome Red

Size: 24 in x 24 in | 61 cm x 61 cm

Make an Entrance- Flooring is the foundation of any space, it’s an investment that deserves to be protected to allow its full lifespan, to reduce maintenance cost and to boost health and safety measures. Our entryway systems are the most effective way to protect and maintain interior flooring - designed to stop soil and moisture from being brought into the building.

First Impressions Begin Underfoot- Our comprehensive entryway system is organized into three zones, it’s as simple as 1,2,3 to protect your people, your space, and your flooring investment.

  • Zone 1-The first line of defense. Absorb moisture and prevent the first layer of dirt and bacteria from shoes going any further.
  • Zone 2- The walk in, walk it off area. Double down on cleanliness in the area that bridges the outside and interior spaces, via enclosed walkways or vestibules.
  • Zone 3- Leave dirt at the door. You’ve stepped through the front door, but are still in the highest traffic area of any building, here interior entryway carpet tiles continue to scrape and absorb dirt and moisture.

Reduce Maintenance Costs- In just under three weeks 1,000 people can track 24 pounds of soil into a space resulting in an average cleaning cost of $14,400. Reduce your maintenance costs by adding entryway carpet to catch dirt and grime before it catches up with your wallet.

Safety and Slip Fall Risks- Entryway carpet can remove up to 90% of soil and water from shoes, reducing the amount of dirt to clean indoors and reducing the risk of slips and falls due to wet flooring.

Reduce Soil, Improve Indoor Air Quality- Entryway carpet can significantly reduce the amount of dirt, bacteria, pesticides and other toxins brought indoors from the outside. LEED-EB recommends using entryway systems as a way to improve indoor air quality.

Extending the Life of Your Floor- The TRSA estimates that more than 80% of the dust and dirt found in commercial spaces is tracked indoors on shoes. Testing has shown that 12-15 feet of entryway carpet will remove 90% of the soil from the bottom of shoes, protecting your flooring investments.