Different Types of Carpets

Nylon Carpets used in roughly three quarters of all manufactured pieces. Very soft, durable, and resistant to stains. Nylon is the most popular carpet material

Nylon Carpets used in roughly three quarters of all manufactured pieces. Very soft, durable, and resistant to stains. Nylon is the most popular carpet material

These fibers are are non-allergenic and so prized because they are able to hold vibrant, dramatic colors that do not fade much over time. 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 fibers flattened under repeated exposure to weight, making it a bad choice for high traffic areas.

These fibers are are non-allergenic and so prized because they are able to hold vibrant, dramatic colors that do not fade much over time. 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 fibers flattened under repeated exposure to weight, making it a bad choice for high traffic areas.

Polypropylene Carpets These fibers are extremely resilient and resistant to stains, mildew, and shedding. Almost as soft as nylon

Polypropylene Carpets These fibers are extremely resilient and resistant to stains, mildew, and shedding. Almost as soft as nylon

Wool Carpet  The softest carpet fiber you can find. This is a natural, luxurious, long lasting material.Unfortunately low grade wool is more susceptible to staining, while high grade wool is extremely expensive. Some manufacturers combine wool with synthetic fibers in order to create a carpet with the benefits of both.

Wool Carpet The softest carpet fiber you can find. This is a natural, luxurious, long lasting material.Unfortunately low grade wool is more susceptible to staining, while high grade wool is extremely expensive. Some manufacturers combine wool with synthetic fibers in order to create a carpet with the benefits of both.

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