Multi-Level Loop Commercial Tiles

Balance Ground and Balance Grid carpet tiles laid in close proximity to create zones within a workspace

Balance Ground by Burmatex is one of a number of multi-level loop carpet tile designs that we supply and fit into offices in London and the Home Counties.   Balance Ground offers a range of neutral colours and works well in conjunction with Balance Grid and Balance Grade.

Octopus Interiors is a main contractor who work directly for you, the office occupier,  supplying and fitting the entire range of Burmatex products in London office suites of all sizes, from a small meeting room to an entire open plan office.

 The Balance Ground Colourways

 

Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Steel Steel
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Warm Warm
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Concrete Concrete
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Granite Granite
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Clay Clay

 

Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Skylight Skylight
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Harbour Harbour
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Nickel Nickel
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour River River
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Sage Sage

 

Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Twilight Twilight
Balance Ground Carpet Tile Swatch - Colour Navy Navy

 

Multi-Level Loop – What is it?

Carpet tiles are constructed in a variety of different ways, often with different types of backing (this is the underside matting to the carpet tile which sits directly on the subfloor) which can include felt, bitumen and a variety of recycled materials including even plastic bottles!  The backing itself isn’t fundamental in the appearance of the carpet tile, however it does have a bearing on softness, durability and sound transfer and impact noise (i.e. how much it dampens or softens the noise of your tread when you walk on it on it).

A Loop Pile carpet is produced by attaching the yarn to the tile backing in a series of loops, with the looped section facing upwards – which is the bit you see and walk on.  Looping the yarn creates a more durable carpet compared to, for example, a cut pile of the same density. The loops are normally finished to the same height so as to give a uniform appearance, and the carpet tile can have a high level loop (meaning that they sit taller) or low level loop (meaning they are shorter).  To create a pattern with a level loop carpet tile, different colours of yarn need to be mixed into the tile in order to produce the required design.

However, a further dimension in pattern creation can be achieved by varying the height of the loops. This is known as multi-level loop. As well as providing a colour pattern (if different coloured yarns are used within the same tile) this additional dimension produces a structural pattern which generally presents a much more interesting look and feel.



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