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Carpet is a classic flooring option that is still popular when it's time to style homes or commercial spaces. With the seemly unlimited options though, it can be a challenge to find the right style and function.
ProSource® of Phoenix is here to help make the task manageable for trade pro members and their homeowner clients. We have a large selection of top-notch brands at competitive prices, along with a dedicated team of account managers and in-house design associates ready to help!
Carpet has many benefits that make it a solid choice. Today's carpets are environmentally friendly, engineered from the ground up to resist staining and fading, and they can withstand heavy foot traffic with the best of them.
There are also a multitude of styles and colors available. Whether the design favors a plainer look or a bold appearance with a standout pattern, carpet can accommodate.
Another perk is improved air quality. New carpet improves air quality by trapping dust, pollen, and particles, and removing them from the air. Carpet also provides that soft, classic warmth and cozy feeling in a home that makes it unique to other flooring types.
Let's look at a brief overview of the most common fibers used in carpet:
Carpets are constructed by looping the fiber threads through the backing cloth, much like a button is sewn onto a garment. How the loops of fiber in the carpet are treated is known as the carpet pile.
The pile is a significant factor in determining the carpet's comfort and how the carpet feels underfoot. There is an assortment of carpet piles to choose from. Let's take a brief look at some of the most common carpet piles.
Also known as an uncut pile, the loop pile technique leaves the entire yarn loop intact on the piece's surface. These carpets are often highly resilient, easy to clean, and stain-resistant, which makes them ideal for high-traffic commercial applications or high-traffic family areas such as recreation rooms. Additionally, loop pile carpets conceal indentations caused by footsteps and vacuum marks.
Cut pile is a carpeting technique in which the exposed fibers are sheared off. This results in soft, inviting, and easy-to-clean carpets. This type of carpet comes in a variety of lengths and thicknesses, and they are ideal for carpeting an entire house because they integrate smoothly from room to room.
Frieze-cut pile refers to a carpet in which relatively long cut fibers are twisted and kinked together, causing them to curl wildly across the carpet's surface. This extremely durable design conceals dirt and damage and is ideal for high-traffic and commercial environments.
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