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Carpet Roll Reviews

Carpet Roll FAQ

Carpet Roll Overview

Broadloom carpet rolls are the most popular flooring option on the market and for a lot of good reasons! They’re comfortable, stylish, and versatile. Many carpets feature stain-resistant additives that help to not only resist staining, wearing, and soiling, but also make the carpet hypo-allergenic and bacterial resistant.

With modern looks that are always on-trend, carpet will never go out of style. It’s also very comfortable underfoot and acts as an insulator for temperature and sound.

There’s a lot to love, so now let’s find out what type of carpet will work best for your application.

Carpet Roll Pros and Cons

What are the advantages of carpet rolls?
  • Style: With endless color and pattern options, there’s certain to be a carpet that matches your style.
  • Comfort: Carpeting is the softest flooring option, so it feels good under your feet, and you can lounge on your floor in comfort.
  • Insulation: No more cold floors in the morning! Carpet rolls insulate your floors from the cold, so you don’t have to suffer from the chill.
  • Sound: Hard floors can bounce sound around and make a room too echo-y. Carpet absorbs the sound for improved acoustics.
  • Seamless: Unlike carpet tiles, carpet rolls provide nearly seamless, wall to wall coverage, so you don’t have to stare at a bunch of unsightly carpet seams on the floor.
  • Stain resistance: Many carpet rolls now come with a stain-resistant treatment to protect your investment from the inevitable spill. Now it will look like new for longer!
What are the disadvantages of carpet rolls?
  • Installation: Installing carpet rolls can be time-intensive and require a lot of effort, which is why many people hire professional carpet installers. However, some manufacturers have created innovative, DIY-friendly carpet rolls with the padding already attached, so you can skip a step!
  • Maintenance: Unlike hard flooring, carpet fibers can absorb spills and stains. That makes cleaning a bit more demanding. If you want to save time on maintenance, try a stain-resistant or waterproof carpet.

Types of Carpet Rolls

Masland Dorado

Residential Carpet Rolls

Residential carpets are typically more plush and soft because the top priority for homes is comfort. For the home, consider a higher pile for some extra cushion under your feet. Because these floors are thicker and softer, they’re perfect for use in the home.

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Commercial Carpet Rolls

Commercial-grade carpet rolls will face a lot of heavy traffic, so durability is the most important factor to consider. Low pile, looped carpet like Berber is best suited to resist crushing and matting. You can also use commercial-grade carpet in the home if you’d like some extra durability.

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Outdoor Carpet Rolls

For outdoor patios and decks, we recommend using a polyester or polypropylene carpet. Both of these carpets are durable enough to withstand the harshest weather and will not fade in direct sunlight. The best pile style for outdoor use is the Loop pile.

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Carpet Fiber Materials

One important thing you should consider when buying your carpet is what type of fiber it is, as this can determine where you should use it. There are a few fiber options used to make carpet.

  • Nylon: This is the most versatile and durable carpet fiber. It’s ideal for indoor installations, and it comes with a Class 1 fire rating because it melts instead of allowing fire to spread. It is the most common fiber used in carpets.
  • Polyester: Polyester or “PET” is a fiber that is very durable and is produced more cheaply than nylon. This thread has started to become the standard fiber used in many carpets and can be utilized in both indoor and outdoor applications.
  • Polypropylene: This fiber resists stains, soil, wear, and mold. Like polyester, it can be used for outdoor and indoor carpet. Polypropylene is a common choice for commercial-grade carpet.
So what type of fiber should you buy? Well, that all depends on where you are going to install your carpet.

For outdoor areas, a Polyester or Polypropylene carpet is the one you want to use. This carpet will not fade in direct sunlight. For indoor areas where a lot of traffic will be had, we would recommend using a Nylon carpet.

Carpet Roll Features

Discover even more reasons to love carpeting with these bonus features designed to make your life way, way easier.

  • Waterproof: Spills aren’t a big deal when you have waterproof carpet! The carpet fibers are covered in a protective coating that prevents absorption and wicks moisture up to the surface, making it easy to clean.
  • Attached pad: Some carpets are now coming with attached padding, which saves you some time and money while shopping. Plus, you get to skip a step when the time comes for installation.
  • Eco-friendly: Some carpets are made from recycled materials like plastic bottles and fishing nets, and you would never be able to tell! They keep waste out of landfills, benefiting the planet while also providing you with cozy comfort.
  • Stain-resistant: Stop worrying about stains! These days, you can find stain-resistant carpet fibers that won’t absorb spills, so you can spend more time enjoying your floor, and less time worrying about it.

Carpet Roll Trends

Stay up to date with the latest styles and learn what’s making an impression in the world of carpeting.

Carpet Roll Patterns

The great thing about carpet rolls is that you can find any style you like. The options are virtually limitless. Whether you’re looking for something subtle, or you’re ready to make a statement with a bold pattern, there’s a design out there that’s perfect for you. Check out these top trending patterns for some inspiration.

Carpet Roll Textures

The next thing to consider is the fiber pattern. This determines the texture and feel of the carpet. Pattern or style is not only important in regards to the look and feel, but also to durability, since some fiber styles will hold up to traffic better than others.

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