A cut above the rest



Our goal is to provide you with quality carpet products that will beautify your home, meet your specific performance and budget needs, be easy to care for, and stand the test time. We also strive to be good listeners, committed partners in your home improvement project, and strong advocates of great customer service.
But more than that, what truly sets us apart can be said in just five simple words. Carpet is still the primary flooring choice for many. After all, it’s relatively inexpensive, comfortable, generally easier to install and replace than other floor coverings, and it offers more fashion options in colours and textures than any other floor covering option on the market. Carpet offers you more warmth, softness and it is much quieter than any other floor covering.
Today’s carpet styles, colours and textures also blend well with any home decor and with a variety of other flooring products. From traditional to country, from casual to formal, you can always find a carpet that will compliment any interior setting and give you years of beauty and performance. For most manufacturers of such products, carpet refers to floor covering that is installed wall-to-wall, which have a finished edge and simply laid or placed on the floor. Some of the basic features that create a typology for carpets are the fiber, the technique used to make it, and the pattern.


Fiber is used in the face of the carpet—the visible side—as well as in the backing, and depending on the attributes
may be preferred for one or the other. Carpets may be made of natural fiber or synthetic fibers.
Natural fibers include:


Carpet manufacture takes place in several ways. The main types are tufted and woven carpets,
though there are also flocked and knitted carpets.

Less common are flocked and knitted carpets.


Carpets come in many patterns and prints. Carpet patterns are characterized by how the units repeat and match up. The two main distinctions are Set match and Drop match.

With a Set match the pattern is arranged in parallel rows, straight across the entire width of the carpet. With a Drop match, each subsequent iteration of the pattern is farther down the length of the carpet, so that the pattern runs at a downward sloping angle. The drop may be Half Drop or Quarter Drop, for example.

Carpets can also be printed, usually using flatbed screen printing.

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