Carpet on Tile FloorWall-to-wall carpet
Could you lay a carpet on a tiled floor?
The only thing to keep in mind is to lift the floor by the amount of pod and carpet thicknesses. If you are ready and carpet is what you want, then there is no need at all why you should not. Levelling the floor with a repair material such as Ardex Feather Finish.
Smoothed ( tackle strips ) can be purchased without or without tacks. Clearly the smoothing developed for timber will not help much and the smoothing of concretes will be met or missed when it comes to "gripping" and remaining firmly fixed. You can glue smokehedge to the tile (and almost everything else) with structural glue (PL 400) or many other kinds of glue (Mac tackle, pressure sensitive glue, carpet tapes, etc.) Pl 400 is, in my view, the best as long as you are not underpressure.
Just don't have the luxuries of returning to most carpet installations the next morning. When you end up with nail smoothing, simply remove the fingernails before mounting the tape or after the glue has formed. Trim the Velcro strips into 8 to 10 Inches pieces for better adhesion.
Place the stripes in a pearl PL and knock them off with a mallet, using a pair of hammers to avoid the pens as much as possible. You come back the next morning and it's good for carpet and mat. P.S. For a true binding I myself run a strong grain sanding machine over the tile to eliminate seals, greases or surfaces.
Walking across the tile will cause a heigth problem when it comes to joining up with any other floor covering you have in the home. You too will probably need to trim your door so that it has room not to grind the carpet. Also, the pins on the Velcro that keep the rug edge in place are very brief and fracture the tile without snapping into it, which means you have to screw/cut the Velcro.
Bring a red mallet to turn off the rotation and simply pound (I have a Bosch-Bulldogge, 190$) with a bit to remove the bit and pick up the tile. Yes, it is definitely possible to lay a carpet over the tile floor. Carpet installation should be done neatly, dryly and superficially.
This tile must be laid as long as the tile finish is present before laying. Carpet laying, however, requires special equipment such as carpet tensioners and elbow pads.