Carpet and Rugs for Commercial Use

Carpet and Rugs for Commercial Use is a basic introduction to soft surfaces for commercial interiors. Organized like a “Carpet 101” course, it takes participants through the essential knowledge of carpet types, components such as fiber and backing, carpet construction for performance, decision factors for selection and specification, installation methods, and sustainability certifications for flooring. This course also looks at how carpet is made, why it’s important for human comfort, and the technical elements that are essential in enhancing user experience in the built environment. Whether you are new to the interiors, architecture, and construction industry, or you are a seasoned industry expert, this course will give you a new appreciation for the merits of interacting with commercial carpet.
Please complete the following information to proceed to the Carpet and Rugs for Commercial Use CEU.
Area Rugs can only be woven or tufted to size
Which is not a face construction type?

Carpet tufted on 12’ looms is the most common in commercial interiors
Why would you want to include a carpet cushion?

Carpet specifications should include flammability and smoke density test ratings
Woven carpets use traditional looms that lock yarns into place without a secondary backing
What are the two ways carpet is constructed for commercial use?

What components of carpet are required for manufacturing?

Polyester is the most common fiber used for commercial carpet
What methods are used for installing modular carpet?