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What Is Plush Carpeting ? The luxurious look, feel and comfortable choice for homes

Plush is a cut-pile loop ended carpet fiber which is evenly sheared and tightly twisted in one direction to appear flat. Wool piles carpets were the first plush pile carpets introduced to the market over 50 years ago. PR Log (Press Release)  – Wool piles carpets were the first plush pile carpets introduced to the market over 50 years ago. They were made of pencil point styling and were staple or spun fibers. Wool fibers were mainly soft in solid colors and generally are still preferred this way. The cost of beautiful wool carpets can range from $55 a square yard to over $100 a square yard. You

might say they were the fiber of the rich and famous when broadloom carpet was introduced. Broadloom carpet? It simply means that they are made in widths greater than 27 inches. Nylon piled plush carpets came into being in the 60’s and the rest is history. Now everyone can have beautiful nylon plush carpet in 12 & even 15 wide widths. Plush fibers are mainly made of gorgeous staple and spun piles. This type of yarn gives even lower priced plush styles a crisp and pencil point definition. That means when you look at the carpet you can see each fiber that comes out of the backing of the carpet. Plush pile fiber comes in different face weights. They range from 25 ounces to 60 and 70 ounce fabrics. It’s recommended to use a 50 ounce face weight plush pile carpet for a family of 4. Remember density, face weight gauge and pile height make up the carpet fiber. Carpet construction, carpet fibers, carpet dye method, carpet styles, and even carpet color selection, all play an integral part in carpet performance. Carpet offers more than simply softness under foot. Carpet absorbs sound, reduces heating and cooling costs by improving R-value, and offers lower maintenance costs when compared to other flooring systems. In the 1980’s continuous filament was introduced in plush piled carpet. Continuous filament nylon [CFN] an extremely resilient fiber

not to mention the wonderful wear when a carpet is constructed of CFN. The look is a little more casual in this type of construction but the benefits are awesome. Again Shaw has introduced Anso Green fiber that has no mat warranty and is even guaranteed on stairs and steps What should I ask about when selecting a great quality carpet? Carpet construction, carpet fibers, carpet dye method, carpet styles, and even carpet color selection, all play an integral part in carpet performance. What about wholesale prices? Brandon, Judy and I have been in business since 1973 and operate a mobile showroom now which brings carpet samples directly to your door, this greatly reduces overhead cost and gives you the advantage of seeing, touching and color coordinating in the comfort of your home. We even measure your room/s for free [usually extra by carpet stores] we’re down to earth folks too:) Our son Brandon graduated with top honors as a certified floor installer [CFI] and works with a pro crew which allows us to offer even lower carpet prices. Shaw, Mohawk and Beaulieu Industries are the primary big 3 makers. They make plush carpets of nylon, wool and polyester fibers. Shaw makes plush with R2X stain resistance and also Anso Nylon fiber. Mohawk has Wear Dated and Beaulieu has Stainmaster fiber. Shaw and Mohawk also

manufacture using Stainmaster. All three of the above mills also extrude their own nylon fiber and tuft them into beautiful plush carpets. Home-Based Carpet will bring plush carpet to your home where you can try it where you use it. You can count on us for helping you make the correct choice for Visit our all inclusive carpet web site at………http://www.Home-BasedCarpet.com Call us today at 513-373-8540 to see beautiful plush carpet

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