DuraWeave®: Carpet For Real Life

ProSource | 8/18/2015 | Product Information

When you first bought your home, you envisioned transforming it into a stylish oasis, complete with your signature design. You planned to hone your DIY skills with a long list of projects you found on Pinterest, Hometalk and Instagram. This was going to be your dream home, in all its glory, ASAP. Then, life happened.

The daily juggling act of working, domestic chores, cooking, shopping, chauffeuring, sporting or school events, family and/or friend gatherings, holidays, travel, exercising, gardening, hobbies, perhaps home schooling—or any combination thereof—got in the way of your plans. In other words, you pretty much do anything but work on the home front and all those grand improvement ideas.

As a result, there have been design casualties, like the carpeting you initially installed. Beautiful at first, its delicate nature suffered badly from harsh daily wear and tear.

What you realize you really need is carpet for all that daily life can literally throw at your floors. It’s DuraWeave from ProSource to the rescue.

What Makes DuraWeave The Carpet For Real Life

We have quick reference answers for you. Your ProSource Showroom team is delighted to share the more in-depth version with you. They can show you which DuraWeave options best suit your real life carpet needs.

Comfort

  1. Quiet, absorbs sound/noise
  2. Comfortable to walk and stand on
  3. Non-slip
  4. Nicer to fall on, if you ever have to
  5. Insulates up to 17 times better than other surfaces

Selection

  • Hundreds of choices
  • Color range: Think fresh cream to dark and moody
  • Fibers: Nylon, Olefin, Olefin Blend, PET Polyester, PET Polyester Blend, Polyester, or Triexta
  • Pile/nap: From cut and loop to saxony

Durability
By its very name, DuraWeave carpet is constructed to be durable. It is tested to meet or exceed industry standards.

Speaking of which, industry standards require wear and tear testing that literally evaluates changes that occur to the upper surface of carpeting, as a result of mechanical stress caused by simulated walking.

Abrasion, Spill, Soil, Stain, Mildew Resistance
DuraWeave carpets are engineered to withstand a fair amount of daily abuse and common spills. Most are made from nylon. Known for its powerful resilience and resistance to abrasion and mildew, nylon makes up half of the carpeting sold in the U.S. (Source: Bane-Clene Systems)

Pet Friendliness

  • Those made from nylon 6,6 fiber = high mechanical strength, rigidity, good stability under heat and/or chemical resistance (or in this case, all things pet related)
  • Solution dyed = Colorfast carpet (color penetrating throughout, which means it's less likely to bleach out from liquids like urine)
  • Inherently a stain resistant carpet (need we say more?)
  • Reduces odor when cleaned thoroughly (always a good idea to clean up messes as soon as you notice them)
  • Easily releases pet fur when vacuumed (if only our clothes were so lucky)

Parting Piece Of Advice

In order to prolong the life and vitality of your carpet, and maintain your warranty, have professionals steam clean/hot water extract your DuraWeave carpet at least once every 18 months.

Carpet warranty protection can covers things like:

  • Food and beverage stains
  • Pet urine stains
  • Soiling
  • Static shock

Once you have your new carpeting installed, you may well feel inspired and energized to take on some of those other projects on your wish list. ProSource is ready when you are to bring you that much closer to your dream home.

Carpet Basement Bedroom Dining Entertainment Entry/Hallway Kids Room Kitchen Laundry Living Room Media Room Office

Recommended Products:

Flyer

Silver Lining

Myrlette

Sweet Almond

Detonty

Regatta