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Types of Carpet

At Newport Floor Covering, Inc we are your local carpet experts. We know carpet through experience, and our professionals will work with you to find the right carpet for your lifestyle. By using our Select-A-Floor™ system that is exclusive to Carpet One, we will narrow down the carpets available to you from hundreds to only a few that will fit your needs. You will be pleasantly surprised by how much easier your carpet choice is thanks to our painless system.

How your carpet looks and functions are two significant factors in your carpet purchase. Take it from us; we know that to get the most out of your carpet, it has to last! That being said, the carpet fiber you choose can impact the functionality and look of your carpet. Balance your design and your lifestyle by understanding the fiber types and how they can affect your carpet choice.

There are five fiber types, nylon, polyester, olefin/polypropylene, triexta, and wool.

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Types of Carpet Fibers

Nylon is one of the most popular carpet fiber choices because of its high-performance and durability. It must be treated to become stain resistant.

Polyester is making waves in the carpet industry due to its cost and improving quality. While polyester is not as high performing as nylon, technology is making it better every day. Polyester is also softer than nylon, making it ideal for bedrooms and living rooms.

Olefin/Polypropylene is an excellent choice for patterned carpets. It does not absorb liquids easily, but it does tend to crush more easily than other carpets.

Triexta is a new carpet material that it has not been around long enough to support its claims of durability. However, it is stain-resistant and seems to handle traffic well.

Wool is a natural fiber that is hypoallergenic and extra soft. Wool carpet can even keep homes warm in the winter as added insulation.

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