PRLog - Feb. 11, 2013 - DALTON, Ga. -- Floortalk.com released an article last week that discusses new carpet and carpet tile and what the installation of these can mean aesthetically and health wise.
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An excerpt from the article reads, "changing out that old carpet also relieved the home or business space of all that accumulated dust, dust mite allergens, and mold allergens. Even the cleanest of spaces will acquire all of these over time and new carpet or carpet tile can take that out of the space and improve the indoor air quality. In particular if the consumer looks at products like Shaw carpet tiles that contribute to LEED credits for recycled material and low emitting material."
Those interested in learning more about how new carpet or carpet tile can be of benefit to their home or office space should view the entire article at floortalk.com. Floortalk.com recommends speaking with a flooring professional before making any purchase and has links on the blog to American Carpet Wholesalers and they can be found at http://www.carpet-