You’re excited about getting a new carpet installation! That being said, you want to be sure to choose the right one.
After all, it's a significant investment in your home, and you want it to last a long time. So, here are some tips to help you choose carpet wisely.

Consider the fiber

This is the most critical decision you'll make. The material from which the yarns are made determines appearance, performance, and longevity.

While there are acrylic blends, there are five most commonly chosen. They include wool, nylon, polyester, triexta, and olefin.

Do your research

Know fibers' pros and cons when shopping for carpet in Independence, MO. Also, understand styles and construction. Some work better in specific installations than others.

While you're at it, think of your lifestyle. Is your family large and active or small and quiet?

Do you have pets? Do you entertain frequently? Where will it be installed, and how will that room be used?

Understand the care requirements

This has a lot to do with understanding style. For instance, if you want something ultra-easy, go with a low-pile rug which is considered the most durable and easiest to clean.

A textured carpet, like Trackless Saxony, hides footprints and other marks. Looped constructions, such as Berber and level-loop, tightly twisted frieze, basic cut-piles, and cut & loops, are all durable and acceptable for every traffic level.

The high pile shag is fun, especially now with an extensive color palette. However, please keep it in low-traffic rooms, like the bedroom, because it requires extra TLC.

Visit us for the best carpet in Independence, MO

At KC Floorworx, flooring is your expression of personal style. We'll help your home shine, whether you choose carpet or another floor covering.

We’re a family-owned business with over 14 years of experience. Visit our showroom in Independence, MO, where you'll see brands like Dream Weaver, Doma, Newton, and more. We serve Independence, Kansas City, Lee's Summit, Blue Springs, North Kansas City, MO, Overland Park, Olathe, Kansas City, Shawnee, and Lee Wood, KS.