Our goal is to provide you with quality carpet products that will beautify your home, meet your specific performance and budget needs, be easy to care for, and stand the test time. We also strive to be good listeners, committed partners in your home improvement project, and strong advocates of great customer service.
But more than that, what truly sets us apart can be said in just five simple words.
A Healthy And Environmentally Sound Choice
Carpet Keeps Allergens Out of the Air
There is a misconception that asthma and allergy sufferers should avoid carpet. In fact, the opposite is true. Studies have shown that carpet actually improves indoor air quality. It acts like a trap, keeping dust and allergens out of the air we breathe. Simply put, what falls to the carpet (dust, pet dander and many other particles) tends to stay trapped until it is removed through vacuuming or extraction cleaning. Smooth floor surfaces allow dust and other allergens to re-circulate into the breathing zone. Additional research
The Lowest Emitter of VOCs
Carpet has the lowest volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions of common flooring choices. In fact, it’s one of the lowest emitting products used in new construction and renovation. What VOCs new carpet emits are short-lived and largely dissipate within 24 to 48 hours – even faster with fresh air ventilation.
We want you to know.
We want you to know all about carpet. Whether it’s at our store or here within our website, we want you to understand, learn, experience -- know -- as much about carpet as you need to. We call on our experience to provide you with valuable information, delivered in an easy to understand way, so you make the smartest carpet decisions for you, your family and home. We believe that, the more you know about carpet, the more inclined you’ll be to do business with people in the know. If carpet is a possibility, you’ve come to the right place and the right people. You’re certainly in good company. Carpet has long been the choice of many homeowners. In fact, it remains the most popular floor covering choice. Read more, and then decide if it’s worth pursuing more information in the other carpet sections.
Carpet is an ancient but beautiful idea.
Modern carpet traces its roots to ancient times, when cultures passed hand-tying and knotting skills from generation to generation. The Sixteenth Century brought merchant adventurers and explorers home to Europe and with them the awareness and desire for rich textiles and rugs from the East.
It wasn’t long before the appreciation of textile floor coverings took off, came to America, and became one of the most fundamental and beautiful parts of our modern home interior.
Carpet continues to be popular for many reasons.
Carpet is still the primary flooring choice for many. After all, it's relatively inexpensive, comfortable, generally easier to install and replace than other floor coverings, and it offers more fashion options in colors and textures than any other floor covering option on the market. Carpet offers you more warmth, softness and is much quieter than any other floor covering.Today's carpet styles, colors and textures also blend well with any home decor and with a variety of other flooring products. From traditional to country, from casual to formal, you can always find a carpet that will compliment any interior setting and give you years of beauty and performance.
For those who want to know, here’s a list of carpet advantages.
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- Carpet adds warmth and is soft under feet and easier on children's knees.
- Carpet is much quieter than hard surfaces floors.
- Carpet comes in a wide variety of colors, tones and hues.
Carpet is easy to decorate with and offers many styles and colors allowing it to be the focus of the room or the perfect foundation for your furniture and accessories.
Carpet can hide many sub-floor irregularities that would not be permitted with hard surfaces floors.
Carpet can go over a variety of substrates and on all grade levels, even concrete slabs in basements.
Carpet is economical and the installation costs are generally less than some of the hard surface products.