Impromptu Broadloom Carpeting

Impromptu Broadloom Carpeting, Tufted Wall to Wall  or Carpet Tile Flooring for the Modern Office

Our best commercial flooring starts with incredible colors and ends with absolute dependability. It should really be called “tough-ted” because it can stand up to time, heavy traffic–anything you throw at it. Taking a spontaneous cue from a proven classic, Impromptu thoughtfully layers a modern geometric atop the multi-colored base of Impulse III to create a duo of products that allows for endless creative installation combinations. Impromptu is available in both 12″ x 48″ demi-planks and broadloom. Whether in a high traffic area or a focal point that needs a dramatic statement, the choices are beautiful and limitless. Let your imagination run free.

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Standard Width 12 ft
Construction Textured Pattern Loop
Backing Standard
Dye Method Solution/Yarn Dyed
Face Weight 22 oz./sy
Total Thickness 0.25 Inches
Electrostatic propensity Less than 3.5 kv
ADA Compliance Compliant for accessible routes
Recycled Content 33.07%
SCAS / NSF 140 certification Gold


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How We Work For You

Step 1

Let’s Talk!

We’ll meet. You’ll talk and we’ll listen, gathering all the important details of your vision.

Step 2

Visit Us

If ideas are in short supply, visit our Houston showroom or check out our online catalog for inspiration.

Step 3


After careful selection, we’ll present 3 options: Good, Better, Best. It gives you the power to choose exactly what you want at the budget you need.

Step 4


After making arrangements our professional installers will get to work and soon you’ll do the same in your new office space.

Let’s Get Started…

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