Carpet is like hardwood in that it has been around fro centuries and y extension so has the carpet-making process. No matter if it’s traditional or modern manufacturing the process begins with yarn being spun and dyed. From there, the varying textures and types of carpet requires varying methods.
Affordable: Compared to hard flooring such as laminate, luxury vinyl tiles or wood, carpet costs less to fit.
Warm: Carpet has insulating properties
Comfortable: Soft and cozy underfoot
Quiet: Noise reduction occurs as the carpet absorbs ambient sound in a room.
Safe: Reduced slipping hazards
Stylish: Soft furnishings are often complemented well by carpeting.
Versatile: A multitude of styles, colours and types means there is something for every taste and budget.
Flexible: Carpet has the ability to disguise uneven subfloors.
Ease of maintenance: Most carpets require little more than a weekly vacuum (and sometimes, an annual deep clean)