The luxuriousness of carpet
has long been known in the flooring industry as well as by those homeowners who prefer it. Incredibly soft and comfortable underfoot, it comes in extensive appearances with a variety of different benefits that can make it a dream come true in flooring. What’s more, it offers a lifespan that gives you plenty of years of enjoyment before ever needing to be replaced. If you’ve never experienced this material in your own home, you might want to give it a chance by learning more about it.
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In addition to amazing beauty, comfort, and inviting warmth, carpet has a host of other benefits you’ll find entirely appealing. One of the most well-known is the fact that it works as an extra layer of insulation, along with its underpadding, to retain heat in the colder months. This not only means your home stays warmer longer, but it also saves money by preventing your furnace from running more often than it should. You’ll see the difference this makes when you receive your energy bill each month.
Some manufacturers have taken stain protection a step further by creating fibers with stain resistance built right in. This means your floors will never soak spills and stains into the fiber, so they stay cleaner longer, and may never take on that “dingy” look that some carpets do. What’s more, this protection will never wear off, even with repeated shampooing, so you never have to reapply harsh chemicals to the surface of your flooring.
Carpet is a much safer flooring option for many households, especially those with very small children or elderly people. The surface offers a more stable walking environment that can work to prevent slipping and falls. However, if they do happen, you’re much less likely to see the serious injury as a result.