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Wall to Wall Carpeting​

Wall to wall carpeting is a perfect solution for high-traffic family rooms. Contact us!

Why choose Wall to Wall Carpeting?​

Let’s face it, not everyone likes a solid surface throughout their home. A good quality carpet will bring softness, coziness and extra warmth to those area where you need it the most.

Choose a classic neutral or let a rich pattern carpet turn your space into a designer room. If you envision a thick, luxurious carpet that you can sink into after a long day, consider a nice texture and plush carpet.

Types of carpet at Simple Flooring

texture or plush carpet from Mohawk

Texture & Plush Carpet

Texture carpet features a smooth, leveled surface that comes in a variety of colors. Texture and plush cut pile surface show subtle highlights and tones of color and look great in formal applications.

Loop or Berber carpet

Loop or Berber Carpet

Berber carpet is as comfortable as it is casual, which is why it’s so popular in many different rooms. Ideal for high-traffic areas, Berber carpet features a low profile and thick loops of yarn, making its construction highly durable.

Frieze or shaggy carpet

Frieze or Shaggy Carpet

Frieze carpet is a fun, soft choice. The “shaggy” look can help conceal crumbs and dirt as well as vacuum tracks and footprints. Frieze carpet comes in many looks and is the cozziest of all carpet styles.

indoor-outdoor carpet

Indoor-Outdoor Carpet

Indoor/outdoor carpet has inherent UV, moisture, and mildew resistance, making it a perfect choice for sunrooms, covered patios, and porches. Changing temperatures and volatile weather are no match for indoor/outdoor carpets.

pattern carpet style from Mohawk

Texture & Plush Carpet

Spruce up any room with a pattern carpet. Pattern carpets’ distinct appearance and texture can add a designer quality to any home. Multi-level fibers and contrasting colors create an elevated, expensive look.

Commercial Carpet Tiles

Carpet tiles are square or rectangular pieces of carpeting that can be installed as a modular floor covering. They are generally more durable than rolled carpeting, as they are made to withstand high traffic and are resistant to staining and soiling.

Understanding Carpet Fibers​

Nylon

Nylon is one of the most popular synthetic carpet fibers thanks to its softness, durability, and resistance to stains. It is typically pricier than other synthetic fibers but cheaper than wool. It holds up well throughout the years and it has good resistance to mold, rot, and mildew.

Polyester

Polyester is known to be the most pet friendly of all carpet fibers. It is also one of the most affordable ones, while also considered an eco-friendly product. Most poly fibers come from recycled materials and hold up very well to high traffic, and stains and keep their color vibrant for longer.

Polypropylene (Olefin)

Often used as a synthetic wool substitute, Ofelin is more popular in commercial products. It offers similar benefits as real wood fibers and it is extremely easy to clean. On the downside, polypropylene is prone to holding onto soils and oils.

Wool

Wool is a natural and luxurious fiber. It is definitely one of the most expensive options, and while it has many benefits it also comes with a few cons. Wool fibers are prone to damage from mold and mildew and therefore are not the best option for families with pets and in areas with increased humidity. 

Acrylic

Acrylic fibers are used to make a variety of textiles, including carpets. Acrylic carpets are known for their softness, warmth, resistance to fading, and staining, however, they are not a very durable material by themselves. Acrylic fibers are often mixed with wool to create an advanced product

How to Care for Your Carpet

Your new carpet can look great for many years. Here are some carpet care tips to keep in mind:

    • Vacuum high-traffic areas at least twice a week. Unless visited rooms, vacuum at least once a week.
    • When spills happen, absorb the liquid as much as possible with white towels. Blot until there is no more transfer of the stain onto the towels.
    • The faster you act, the easier it is to keep stains from sticking around. For relentless stains, avoid strong chemicals and call a professional carpet cleaning service.
 
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