A few years ago, I saw an advertisement for carpet tiles that had a jagged edge so there would be less movement in the interlock between tiles, and prevented the need for glue. (would like to find these or similar)
I have a below grade room that has ceramic tile over concrete floor. We want to carpet this area, and figured carpet tiles might be the best/easiest way to accomplish this. Additionally, the room is a pass through from the garage to the main level and is a high traffic area. We thought carpet tiles would be nice, as we could replace sections of it if need be.
That being said, we would like carpet tiles that don't have to be glued down. Any suggestions?
Also, should I put down a barrier (like you would with a floating floor)? Or put down a moisture block?
Additionally, do I need to make any considerations for the grout spacing in the tile (for the ceramic tile underneath)?
considering DriCore, but because of the chip board and lack of mold treatment, it has possible moisture issues.
Possible alternative: http://www.supersealonline.us/
and another alternative: http://www.spycor.com/DMX_Subfloor_for_Concrete_p/dmx1.htm