In the carpet industry the used fibers are nylon, polypropylene, acrylic, polyester, wool and cotton. These materials make up more than 99% of the fiber used by U.S. carpet industry. Each of these carpet fibers have its own unique properties, some fibers have low resiliency and only should be manufactured in high-density loop pile constructions to limit crushing. Other fibers have the tendency to absorb oily soils and other oil-based compounds and should be carefully considered before installing in areas subject to these contaminants. There is no one perfect fiber or carpet, it is a matter of finding a carpet that is most suitable for your home. Use this chart from the Carpet Buyers Handbook to help you compare your options and selecting the perfect carpet for your home.
Contact a consultant at Ambassador Floor Company to help you select a carpet for your home.
Trackback from your site.