Carpet Flooring

Benefits of Adding Carpet to Your Home

One of the most underrated ways to completely change the style or feel of your room is right under your feet. From a luxurious to cozy design, your carpet can add a unique style to any room. As you browse different carpet options, here are some factors to consider.

Carpet is a versatile flooring option that will work well in any room. In addition to being stylish, your carpet also improves your home’s insulation.

Your carpet will also absorb sounds and heat. If you install carpet in an area requiring lower noise levels, such as an office or living room, it will act as a sound insulator. Additionally, your carpet will absorb the impact on your joints caused by walking or other activities to ease joint pain and increase comfort. 

 

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Types of carpet

Choosing Floor Carpets For Your Home

Today, you have many choices of quality carpets for any home. Popular styles and types of home carpet include:

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Cut Pile
Cut pile carpetshave fabric loops attached to the backing material that are cut, giving the carpet a plush look. Traditional carpet, frieze, shag carpets and similar styles are all cut pile.
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Loop Pile
With this type of carpet, the loops of yarn on the backing are not cut, creating loops. Berber carpets are the most popular style of this type of carpet.
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Patterned loop
When loops on the backing material are not cut but are of different heights, you get a patterned loop carpet. The different heights are often used to create patterns.
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Cut & loop
Some carpets have both loops and cut loops, which can be fashioned to create geometric patterns for visual interest.
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Smooth/Saxony
With this cut pile carpet, the loops are cut low and even, creating a smooth look.
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Frieze
With plenty of texture, this carpet adds visual interest to any room with its twisted yarn, shaggy look. It does not show dirt easily, and this carpet can come in any color, including multiple shades in one carpet.
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Berber
This low profile carpet stands up well to higher traffic and is popular for its flecks of color and thick yarn loops. Berber carpet offers a relaxed, casual look, as well as exceptional comfort.
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Plush
The most traditional carpet type, this carpet features a level, smooth surface that makes it easy to vacuum. With a variety of colors and styles, texture carpet, as this style is sometimes known, works in most rooms.
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Pattern
This carpet creates designs by using looped and cut carpet fibers. If you want a sophisticated look without a “busy” feel, pattern carpets are a choice to consider.
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Cut Pile
Cut pile carpetshave fabric loops attached to the backing material that are cut, giving the carpet a plush look. Traditional carpet, frieze, shag carpets and similar styles are all cut pile.
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Loop Pile
With this type of carpet, the loops of yarn on the backing are not cut, creating loops. Berber carpets are the most popular style of this type of carpet.
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Patterned loop
When loops on the backing material are not cut but are of different heights, you get a patterned loop carpet. The different heights are often used to create patterns.
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Cut & loop
Some carpets have both loops and cut loops, which can be fashioned to create geometric patterns for visual interest.
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Smooth/Saxony
With this cut pile carpet, the loops are cut low and even, creating a smooth look.
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Frieze
With plenty of texture, this carpet adds visual interest to any room with its twisted yarn, shaggy look. It does not show dirt easily, and this carpet can come in any color, including multiple shades in one carpet.
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Berber
This low profile carpet stands up well to higher traffic and is popular for its flecks of color and thick yarn loops. Berber carpet offers a relaxed, casual look, as well as exceptional comfort.
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Plush
The most traditional carpet type, this carpet features a level, smooth surface that makes it easy to vacuum. With a variety of colors and styles, texture carpet, as this style is sometimes known, works in most rooms.
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Pattern
This carpet creates designs by using looped and cut carpet fibers. If you want a sophisticated look without a “busy” feel, pattern carpets are a choice to consider.
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Tips for Choosing Carpet

Buying a floor carpet for your home is an investment, which is why you should carefully choose yours from a trustworthy carpet provider such as 50 Floor. As you browse different carpet options, one factor to consider is the space in which you are putting your carpet. Does the area see a lot of foot traffic or interaction from your family? If so, you may want to consider a more durable material to withstand wear and tear.

Another factor to consider is the carpet padding. While you cannot see the padding, it will improve your carpet’s insulation and comfort levels. It’s essential to pick the right style of carpet for your home and family. If you have younger children, choosing the correct padding will provide cushioning for falls or playtime.

To purchase an excellent carpet for the floor without breaking your budget, consider the level of maintenance your carpet requires. If you have pets or are considering a carpet installation in a hard-to-maintain area, investing in a stain-resistant carpet may be worthwhile.

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What to Expect During 50 Floor’s Carpet Installation

After you choose your carpet from our wide selection at 50 Floor, our staff will handle the ordering and installation process. Our vetted professionals will perform your carpet flooring installation to provide a stress-free experience. Let our installers handle everything, from moving furniture to clearing the old flooring, installing your new carpet and cleaning up afterward.

At 50 Floor, our team will come to you to help you choose the best carpet without you leaving your home. To experience the comfort and convenience of our professional flooring team, schedule an appointment with us today!

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