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Carpet for your home or business

It is very important to be wise when choosing new carpet. This means selecting a carpet that is capable of withstanding your level of foot traffic, meeting the comfort of your room or home, and blending in with your design and lifestyle. 

There are many variables in choice, style and durability available to you. Let us help you select the carpet that will best suit your budget. We will guide you in selecting carpet that will meet your personal needs and specifications. 

Nylon Carpet

For overall performance in carpeting, nylon is the definitely the most versatile of all fibers. Nylon provides very good durability and flexibility. Nylon is the most popular carpet fiber and can be found in a wide range of cut pile and loop pile styles. Nylon also has a great range of colors to choose from. Nylon carpets are exceptionally soft. Nylon Carpet tends to be the best for higher traffic areas. 

Polyester Carpet

Polyester carpets offer outstanding softness and color sharpness and clarity. Polyester is also naturally stain and fade resistant. Polyester is not as strong and durable as nylon. However, polyester fiber will still wear very well. Polyester fiber is a good choice for low to medium traffic areas such as bedrooms or lower use sitting rooms. Polyester carpet can represent an excellent value for your home.

Plush & Texture Carpets

Plush and texture carpets are a “cut-pile”carpet, which means that their fibers are cut evenly. This provides a smoother surface in this type of flooring. These very versatile carpets tend to be referred to as “whole house carpets”. They work very well in all types of rooms, hallways and other spaces in your home. 

Shag Carpet

Shag carpets are manufactured in the same way as cut-pile carpets, but shag carpets have much longer tufts. This creates a luxurious look and soft feel. The shaggy look was very popular in the 1970’s. It is making a come back. This style is currently becoming a much more common choice in carpeting.

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