Types Of Carpet Sedona AZ

Carpet is a hugely popular option for flooring. For good reason: it's easy to care for, versatile, easily replaced and durable. It's also available in a thousand attractive styles and colors.

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Types Of Carpet

Carpet is a hugely popular option for flooring. For good reason: it s easy to care for, versatile, easily replaced and durable. It s also available in a thousand attractive styles and colors.

Woven

Weaving has been a highly developed art for a thousand years. Modern woven carpet is produced on looms that have advanced considerably over those prior centuries, but the basics have remained.

Weaving threads over one another creates a strong surface. Treating them with modern chemicals makes them stain resistant to spills, dirt and other common problems. Using different colored threads and weaving them into different patterns creates designs that can appeal to a wide variety of tastes.

Tufted

Tufted carpets are produced, as the name suggests, by a tufting machine. In this technique, a backing cloth provides a strong base into which yarn is stitched, then cut. The result is a tuft of carpet, just as you might think of a tuft of hair sticking up.

This method of carpet construction uses single colored yarn, which is then dyed into colors and printed with patterns of varying types. The result can be a cut pile that is attractive and inexpensive, thanks to the efficient use of materials.

Flatweave

A flatweave is created by alternating warp and weft threads. Weft are the threads running crosswise or horizontally, warp are those running lengthwise or vertically. The result is a very durable surface that can be highly distinctive.

Threads of varying color, thickness and material can be used in some advanced applications to produce colorful, individual designs. Often used in oriental rugmaking, flatweaves offer beauty and long life.

Hooked Rug

Not every rug or carpet design needs to be quite so elaborate, however, to be durable and beautiful. Hooked rug construction is a relatively simple technique similar to crocheting. Strips of material are pulled through a mesh.

Given the variety of colors and designs possible in the basic strips, the resulting rug can be highly individual and attractive. Generally used for lower traffic areas, they make for outstanding bathroom or office applications.

Pile

Pile rugs became very common in the 1970s and they continue to be popular today. Often of a uniform color, it s possible to produce a cut and loop or knotted pile with a very thick, rich surface. Ultra comfortable, they can also last a very long time while being modest cost.

One type called a Frieze is suitable for high traffic areas. Its short fibers of durable material tend to curl, making for a strong, crush resistant surface. Another variety consists of fibers twisted together that are heat treated. The result is a very soft texture that stands up well.

When looking for a carpet, whether for the living room or office or just to cover the entrance, look into several options. Some materials and designs work better in one application than another. Choose well and you ll have beautiful, long lasting flooring that meets your budget goals.

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