Picking A Style

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    Plush Pile (Velour)

    • Carpet pile stands upright & has an even smooth surface
    • The Yarn is constructed with a twist, adding strength to the yarn
    • Plush carpets are very luxurious & soft looking
    • Plush carpets can show shading from footprints and vacuuming
    • Suitable for domestic and commercial use
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    Berber

    • This carpet is made of very thick yarns
    • The yarn is tufted into chucky loops of different sizes
    • It has a flecked appearance look to it
    • Has very little tracking from vacuuming and foot traffic
    • Suitable for both domestic and commercial use
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    Pattern (Cut & Loop)

    • This carpet is a combination of cuts and loops
    • Unique textures and patterns can be created from Pattern (Cut & Loop) carpets
    • Differing heights of the cuts and loops lets light reflect to create patterns
    • Pattern (Cut & Loop) carpets are very durable due to the loop pile
    • Suitable for any home or commercial office to create an upscale look
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    Axminster (Woven)

    The most expensive carpet on the market but outlasts every other product by up to 3 times.. Very popular in heritage dwellings.

    • Each individual yarn is woven into the backing to create a very strong carpet
    • Axminister carpets allow for complex patterns and designs
    • This luxurious carpet is used to create a look of prestige and extreme quality
    • Suitable for all domestic and commercial use
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    Twist Pile

    • Highly twisted yarn laying in different directions
    • A Twist carpet is textured in appearance
    • Extremely hard wearing carpet
    • Shows less foot traffic compared to a Plush Pile carpet
    • Suitable for high traffic domestic and commercial use
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    Loop Pile

    • A textured loop pile in straight rows
    • Great looking patterns and textures
    • An excellent choice for hard wearing situations
    • Suitable for both domestic and commercial use

    Carpet Classification Categories

    The residential labels feature a six-star system – the more stars the better the durability and appearance retention properties of the graded carpet.

    The contract/commercial labels operate a four star rating system – the more stars the better the durability and appearance retention properties of the graded carpet.

    Click on the Carpet Classification Scheme link for more information –  Carpet Classification Scheme (ACCS)

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