Carpet is still just as viable a floor covering option now as it ever has been. In fact, some homeowners simply won't choose any other flooring, simply because they’ve had such great results with this one. And it just keeps getting better as the years go by.
In addition to being a great floor covering for homes where small children will spend time playing on the floor, there are many other benefits as well. If you're new to the world of carpeting, you will love the options you have. On the other hand, if this is a flooring you've had before, there are still new options that might surprise you.
At Carpet Den Interiors, we want to make sure your floor covering is a complete satisfaction to you. With more than 41 years of experience, we have a record of doing so. We service the areas of Nashville, Franklin, Murfreesboro, Spring Hill, and Green Hills, with a showroom located in Franklin, TN. We invite you to stop by at your convenience to speak with a flooring professional about your specific needs.
To start with, you'll want to know exactly what kind of fiber you'll need. This is primarily determined by the amount of traffic your home normally has, whether you expect spills to happen with any frequency, and whether or not you have children or pets. Your flooring professional will also ask you various other questions that will help determine which fiber will be best.
For instance, nylon is one of the most popular fibers for this particular flooring. It stands up well to traffic, holds a twist well and has a long life span, especially when properly cared for. Polyester is also popular, with even more stain resistance. Wool, on the other hand, does not hold up well under heavy traffic, but it’s one of the most beautiful fibers.
If stains are a worry for you, you'll be happy to find that many carpets now come with stain protection built right into the carpet fibers. This can even be specially ordered for pet stains and odors. However, even if you don't have pets or small children, it could also be an excellent form of peace of mind.
Another protection that can be built right in is hypoallergenic fibers. Carpet has long been thought to be an aggravating factor in allergies. That no longer has to be the case, as this new technology takes away the worry associated with your flooring.