Carpet can provide sound insulation, energy savings, underfoot comfort, a safe, non-slip floor, and be easy to clean, with good wear and non-allergenic properties, while still providing flexibility for individual creative design.
Choosing the right carpet.
To choose the right carpet, you must first look at what room the carpet is going in. If being installed in a main room where high traffic is previlant, you may want to consider a more durable carpet fiber, like a nylon, with a style that has a shorter pile height.
Today, there are more styles than ever. From berbers, freize (twist), plush, patterns, to textured, our knowledgeable non-commissioned sales staff is here to help guide you in the right direction.
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Freize (Twisted) Carpets
This cut-pile carpet is known for its traditional and smooth look. Plush & Texture Carpet features a smooth, level surface that provides the ideal blend of soft comfort and traditional style. Its distinguished cut pile surface shows subtle highlights and tones of color.
Pattern (Sculpted) Carpet
Pattern or sculpted carpet generally offers solid color carpet with different cut piles and loop piles blend. Depending on the fiber and construction, pattern carpets typically wear well over time and can add style to any room in the house.
Berber carpet is highly durable loop pile carpet and is often found in high traffic areas in the home, offices, and schools. Most berbers generally consist of a plain color mix with no pattern. However, you can find some berbers with a patten to it.
Carpet tile, also known as modular tile, is carpet manufactured in tiles or as piece goods. Carpet tile is becoming the go to product for offices, apartment complexes, hotels, or schools because it gives designer looks with the least invasive installation method, longer life expectancy, and easy maintenance. Carpet tiles are more popular with commercial applications than residential applications but can be used for either. Carpet tile is commonly offered in 24-inch by 24-inch squares but some carpet makers do offer other sizes. Carpet tiles are originally manufactured as broadloom and then cut into tiles or modules.