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There are plenty of fiber types of carpet and the carpet styles to choose from.
  • Carpet's cushioned surface absorbs the sound and is less noisy to walk on than hard surface flooring.
  • When considering affordability, the carpet is one of the most economical flooring products to have installed.
  • The insulating properties of the carpet provide additional warmth underfoot during cold seasons.
Stain Resistant Carpet: It considers how you live in each room. If you have kids, pets, and high traffic areas or entertain a lot, you will want to choose a carpet with the stain resistance. The desire to protect your home with quality stain resistance would not limit your choice of carpet styles and colors.

Cut Pile: This carpet consists of yarns that are cut at the ends. The soft feel of cut pile carpet makes it a perfect choice for the most comfortable areas of your home - bedrooms, living rooms and the family rooms. There are five basic styles of the cut pile carpet: Velvet, Saxony, Frieze, Shag, and Cable, each providing a different look and texture. The primary difference among these styles is the amount of twist in the yarns that will ultimately influence the carpet's durability.

Loop: It has yarns that are looped and uncut on the carpet surface. The pile height can vary from the low, tightly constructed to a more luxurious high-level pile. Loop carpet has strength and the soil hiding capabilities. This style is ideal for the heavy traffic areas. Berber is the most popular style of loop carpet that can be constructed as a level-loop or multi-loop carpet.

 Cut-loop: As the name suggests, this carpet has a combination of the high cut tufts and lower loops in a variety of sculptured patterns. Cut-loop carpets offer good performance but are slightly less durable than loop carpets.