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What are the different options for carpet installation at Express Flooring?

The flooring is one of the first things that guests notice when they step into your home. Express Flooring carpets offer a lively character to your entire home décor as they range from the most varied materials to the most diverse designs. The right kind of carpet flooring is capable enough to make your setup look elegant and beautiful. Continue reading

What are Deep Pile or Low Pile Carpet?

Every flooring remains in trend for some or other time but one flooring that is always in demand is carpet flooring. Carpet flooring is one of the most popular floorings across the country. Carpet flooring is very soft to walk on, comes in various colors, designs, tones, and shades. It adds beauty to your home or office. And helps you to easily impress people who visit your home or workplace. There are many types of carpets such as deep pile, cut loop pile, woven carpets etc. Continue reading

Carpet Tiles Versus Carpets

While choosing amongst the various flooring options, you need to keep your expectations balanced. You need to bear in mind that there is nothing called the perfect carpet flooring type. You can, however, decide which features are important to you and what would fit best in your room and choose which kind of carpet flooring delivers those results. Continue reading

2017 Flooring: The New Trends in Carpet

What is in demand this year may not be in demand next year. In this modern era, it’s very important to stay updated with the latest flooring trends. Carpet flooring trends may change, but the demand for carpet never changes. It comes in many colors and texture options. In general, carpet flooring is best in low-traffic areas. Continue reading

Discover the Different Types of Carpet Fibres

Majority carpet producers in U.S. contains one of six pile fibres: nylon, polypropylene, acrylic, polyester, wool, etc.  Synthetic fibre has make up than 99% of fibre. Each carpet fibre have their own mechanisms and it must recognized and should influence how it is to be fix and use. Some fibres have very low resiliency and only should be manufactured in high-density loop pile constructions to limit crushing (pile flattening). Other fibres have the tendency to absorb oily soils and other oil-based compounds (including body oils) and should be carefully considered before installing in areas subject to these contaminants. It should be emphasized that there is no perfect fibres and carpet is a fabric that is subjected to incredible abuse through foot traffic, accidental spills, environmental contaminants, and other abuses. Continue reading