What Carpet Should I Choose?
Choosing the right carpet can seem like a daunting task.
At Carpet House our experienced staff will guide you through the products from Start to Installation.
Why choose Wool Carpet?
The traditional, comfortable, sustainable material. Used for carpets for thousands of years, wool offers a soft texture underfoot with a resilient, easy-to-clean structure. Being a natural fibre, no chemicals are used in the manufacturing process, and its abundant nature means it’s a responsible choice for environmentally-conscious customers. Additionally, you’ll never get a nasty static shock from wool.
Their ability to naturally repel liquids and dirt makes cleaning them a breeze, as the dense structure means dirt simply sits on top of the fibres, ready to be vacuumed up, making them ideal for people with allergies.
Why choose Solution Dyed Nylon Carpets?
Offering fabulous colour consistency and superior resistance to fading against light, Solution Dyed Nylon provides long-term resilience and durability in an attractive, stain-resistant package. Because of its non-porous nature, the fibre is also highly resistant to absorbing stains and odours.
Benefits of Solution Dyed Nylon
Superior stain resistance, non-allergenic, won’t pill or shed, Colour fast and fade resistant, Built-in anti-static protection and easy maintenance.
Why choose Polypropylene Carpet?
Fully synthetic, hard wearing and stain resistant, polypropylene can be cleaned extremely easily, meaning it has longevity. While not as resistant to damage as nylon, these options are strong and resistant to mildew and moisture, and is a great carpet for those people who are looking for more affordable prices. Great for rental properties.
Carpet tiles for home and the office
While normally used for commercial or industrial environments, carpet tiles can be an attractive choice for your home. These hard-wearing, simple to maintain models can be made up in a variety of colours and styles at our Maroochydore showroom.
Information about shading
Shading or water marking is a naturally occurring phenomenon in cut pile carpets. It is not a manufacturing fault. With normal traffic, even in domestic installations, the carpet pile will lay flat in areas and can not be reversed.