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Carpets are one of the most popular flooring materials. It is soft, warm, and comfortable, and can be relatively easy to maintain in both residential and commercial spaces. Available in both tiles and rolls, some carpeting does suffer from staining issues. Carpet also needs to be replaced periodically depending on the level of foot traffic in the area where it is used.
Carpet is one of the softest flooring materials available, providing a cushioned surface for your feet in almost any location. It's important to know the characteristics of the different types of carpeting available, to ensure you get a style that's appropriate for your installation space.
Our trained consultants will help you to decide whether carpet is right for your space, and if so, what type of carpet to choose. They will also provide insight into how to clean, care for, and maintain your carpet in a variety of situations.
Common Carpet Types
- Nylon Carpets - Very soft, durable, and resistant to stains, nylon is the most popular carpet material and is used in roughly three quarters of all manufactured pieces.
- Polyester Carpets - These fibres are prized because they are able to hold vibrant, dramatic colours that do not fade much over time. They are non-allergenic, and in many cases this material is crafted from recycled plastic bottles making it eco-friendly. The only drawback is that it's susceptible to having its fibres flattened under repeated exposure to weight, making it a bad choice for high traffic areas.
- Polypropylene Carpets - Almost as soft as nylon, these fibres are extremely resilient and resistant to stains, mildew, and shedding.
- Wool Carpets - This is a natural, luxurious, long lasting material that is the softest carpet fibre you can find. Unfortunately low grade wool is more susceptible to staining, while high grade wool is extremely expensive. Some manufacturers combine wool with synthetic fibres in order to create a carpet with the benefits of both.