Nylon is the most widely used type of carpeting. It’s soft, long-lasting, and stain-resistant. It’s also the strongest of any material, making it a great choice for high-traffic areas of the home.Polyester-
While this type of carpeting is not as durable as nylon, it’s highly resistant to staining. It’s also non-allergenic, resists mold, and is easy to clean, so it’s suitable for our most sensitive clients. Polyester offers different textures and colors and is often made of eco-friendly recycled materials.Carpet pile-
Pile is a highly versatile type of carpeting, made with yarn looped through a backing material. Cut pile can be textured in various ways, creating a plush, frieze, or twisted texture. Uncut pile is loopy and durable but is less padded for home areas; it’s best suited for high-traffic commercial floors.Polypropylene-
This material, also called olefin, was initially developed for outdoor and basement floor. It’s resistant to moisture, mold, stains, shedding, static, and other problematic damage. Today, polypropylene is widely used for its soft, wool-like texture and a wide variety of non-fading colors.Wool-
The most natural carpeting material, wool lasts a long time and feels luxurious under the feet. Its tightly packed fibers are resistant to staining. It’s the most expensive type of fiber, but it’s also the softest.