Nylon is a very strong fibre and it stands up very well to abrasion. It is also highly durable and with proper care will look as good as new, no matter how long you have it! It also has great “yarn memory” which prevents crushing of your carpet, making it look flat and worn.
Polypropylene, also known as Olefin, is a synthetic fibre used in carpeting, it is easily made by manufacturers, which results in an inexpensive product for consumers. It’s highly admired for its wool-like appearance, for a fraction of the cost!
Well situated in a charming suburb with shops, schools, lakes and beaches, this property boasts far more than just a stunning modern dwelling. With expertise particular to the Central Coast, Newcastle and Hunter regions, we’re ready to assist you on your next residential construction project.
Carpets are available in all manner of colours, fibers, materials and finishes. This is great as it gives the buyer a choice, but it presents an unlikely dilemma. With so many factors impacting on your decision to purchase, you need to take the appropriate steps to ensure that you land what works for you. Below are some key considerations.
Well you can have both. Why not have a hard floor in the main walk and living areas made from engineered timber, bamboo, laminates or even resilient vinyl plank or sheet whilst you can have the softness, warmth and comfort of carpet in the bedrooms and family areas.
A common myth surrounding carpet is the ‘allergy effect’ that it may cause in the home. We often hear customers saying they do not want carpet in the home because they are highly sensitive and allergic to them. But what are they actually allergic to?
Buying flooring for your house ranks third amongst the most expensive purchases a homeowner will make; coming in behind the home and car purchase. So it is very interesting to see that most purchases of flooring, being carpet or hard surfaces, comes down to colour and whether it matches with the curtains and paint.