Why Stain and Water Resistant Carpets are Better Options

Cleaning your floors on a regular basis can be a drag, especially if you have carpet. If you have kids and dogs running around, chances are you worry about something spilling on your carpets. That is of course if you have regular carpet. There are now stain and water resistant carpets you can install. Having one of these carpets can save you from having to have your carpets steam cleaned.

Stain Resistant Carpet Flooring:

Most production companies create stain resistant carpets using nylon because it is durable and repels soil and mildew. Stain resistant carpets are always a better option than other carpets because they make cleaning a stain straightforward and easy. Unlike other carpets, stain resistant carpets are given a special coating which repels liquids and dirt. This ensures that particles do not stay on the carpet.Why-Stain-and-Water-Resistant-Carpets-Better-Options

Water Resistant Carpet Flooring:

Water resistant carpets do not allow water to soak into the carpet. Examples of carpet that does this is the Life Guard carpet made by Shaw and Smart Strand Forever Clean carpet made by Mohawk. Express Flooring offers a variety of stain and water resistant carpets. Some of these carpets are 50% more efficient than the nylon ones. Their colorfast elements do not fade in the sun as quickly as nylon carpeting does. If any liquids get spilled on stain and water resistant carpets, the liquid sits on the top layer until you wipe it up. Water resistant carpets stay clean for a longer period making them easy to maintain. These carpets are pet-friendly as well.

Express Flooring offers discounts for all types of flooring, including stain resistant carpets. If you give us a call today, we can set up an appointment for a free in-home estimate. A design consultant will come to your home with samples of stain and water resistant carpets and give you an estimate of how much the project will cost that includes discounts.

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Why Stain and Water Resistant Carpets are Better Options was last modified: May 3rd, 2017 by Jason Valasek