Specialists in carpet tiles for both commercial and residential spaces on the Gold Coast

With all around versatility of colours, shapes, textures and pricing, carpet tiles are the perfect solution for your next project. At Ashmore Carpets, we have a large selection of carpet tiles right here on the Gold Coast. In recent years carpet tiles have become a popular choice for various reasons. There are many advantages to carpet tiles. They are easy to install, come with inbuilt underlay, they are already cut to size, have less waste and require minimal maintenance, making them a cost effective option.

They are also easily replaceable if they become damaged. Instead of replacing the entire room with carpet, carpet tiles can be lifted and replaced with one new tile. This is especially beneficial when used in commercial offices with computers or other equipment attached to the floor.

Think carpet tiles for your next commercial project

Every busy commercial environment needs a quiet and comfortable atmosphere. If you’re looking for acoustically sound flooring, one way to minimise the overall noise of the space is to select carpet tiles. They are a great option as they absorb the sound rather than the sound bouncing off as it does with hard flooring. Now there is one important question you might be asking yourself, to stick or not to stick? Depending on how the space is going to be used, carpet tiles can either be glued down or loose laid (not stuck). When considering the two alternatives, there are advantages to both options. If you are using the carpet tiles in a commercial space like offices, we recommend that the tiles be stuck down. This will assist with overall safety as loosely laid carpet tiles can lift and become trip hazards.

Carpet tiles are unique and flexible in their design; they are also often referred to as modular carpets. There are two main styles, the traditional square style measuring 50 cm x 50 cm along with a more modern style plank measuring approximately 25cm x 1m. There are a variety of colours and patterns available. You can choose something simple like black or brown or create something more adventurous with bold colours and patterns like orange and purple. When planning the arrangement of your carpet tiles, you can instantly change the entire look of your flooring and the room by simply changing the direction of the carpet tiles. With a broad range of styles, we have a carpet tile ready for your next project, take a look at our pros and cons list below. Come say hello at our conveniently located showroom in Bundall and allow flooring experts to help you. Thinking of carpet tiles or planks for your next project? We have included a list of pros and cons to help you decide

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  • Huge selection of not only colours and styles, but also patterns. There is something for everyone.
  • Incredibly easy and quick to install, saving you time and money for installers.
  • Vary in price and quality, there is a carpet tile or plank for every price tag.


  • As carpet tiles are often square (50x50cm) the floor isn’t going to look succinct.
  • Over time, with the more foot traffic the carpet tiles edges can begin to fray
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Yes, we require a 50% deposit to initiate your proposal and order your chosen flooring from the manufacturer.

If you want to save some money, yes you can remove all of your furniture before installation. Alternatively at Ashmore Carpets we can do this for you at minimal cost. Be sure to let your flooring consultant know when discussing your quote.

Hard Flooring

A floating floor is not directly stuck to the subfloor. It simply sits on top of a layer of plastic sheeting or foam underlay and uses a click system. When clicked together at the edges, they float as an interlocked sheet across the floor.

Unfortunately, just like any real timber flooring, bamboo will scratch. The biggest contributor is furniture legs and high heeled shoes. The best way to protect and maintain your bamboo floor is to add felt tips to all of your furniture legs and refrain from wearing your high heel shoes inside on the floor.


We highly recommend you update your underlay every time you install new carpet. As mentioned in the terms and conditions of most manufacturers, they will likely void your carpet’s warranty if laid on existing underlay. Not to mention your old carpet will also have the same wear patterns and this can be visible as imperfections on the new carpet.

One of the easiest ways for you to save money on your installation is move your furniture in preparation for the flooring installers. We suggest not only removing all of the large furniture, but also all of the decorative artwork and mirrors to make sure they don’t get damaged on installation.

The correct preparation before any installation is dependent upon the condition of your concrete slab. Whether you’re building a brand new home or renovating your existing space, our dedicated flooring experts will inspect this when measuring the property and will advise if anything needs to be done.


There are two carpets in particular that are eco friendly, one being wool carpet and the other triexta carpet. Wool carpet is a 100% natural fibre plus it is biodegradable, sustainable and an all round environmentally friendly flooring product. Plus the ‘eco+’ carpet range by Godfrey Hirst, or ‘triexta’ fibre carpet is derived from corn kernels!

At Ashmore Carpets we have a large selection of both wool and synthetic carpets that range in price from $35m2 – $200m2 fully installed, on underlay.

At Ashmore Carpets we strongly recommend vacuuming your carpet at least once a week. If your home is occupied by children or pets, we recommend vacuuming more regularly especially on the high traffic areas. Make sure you know which vacuum is best suited for your new carpet!

Carpet should be steam cleaned approximately every 12 to 18 months depending upon the usage and colour. Even though both light and dark colours attract the same dirt and grit, light colours tend to show the soiling earlier.

When referring to carpet you will be quoted in broadloom metres compared to the typical square metres. A broadloom metre is 1 metre in length by 3.66 metres in width. To calculate the price of a square metre, divide the broadloom metre price by 3.66. This can be beneficial if you are comparing carpet to other floor coverings that are quoted in square metre prices.

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