Current Trends In The Carpet Industry

by Editor on May 30, 2013


Carpets are a wonderful addition to any home.  Not only do they add insulation, warmth, and comfort to a house, but many other features of modern carpets make them a must-have addition.  When you next want to give your house a facelift, consider the following carpeting attributes:

Choice of Color and Pattern

Do you want floor covering that is going to make a bold statement, or do you want to be understated and classy? There is such a wide range of carpets today that you can purchase almost any color, pattern or style that you want.  While it is easier to match your furniture and décor to a neutral, single color, you could be creative and choose something a little bit different.

Resistant to Stains and Soiling

Have you avoided having carpets for fear that keeping them clean and smelling fresh won’t be easy?  Years ago, cleaning a carpet involved removing it and hanging it out to be beaten and dried. Even then, it was touch and go as to whether the stains and smell would come out. These days, carpets can be treated with a coating that makes them resistant to soils, stains, odors and molds, so they are much easier to keep clean and smelling nice.

Go Environmentally Friendly

The many different types of carpet material available today can make it really difficult to settle on a choice.  You will find low and high-pile carpets, super soft carpets, surfaces that have been sculpted, and even carpets that are resistant to fading in the sun.  A great many carpets now are made from recyclable material, meaning that when their useful life is over, they can be turned into something new instead of being thrown away, thus reducing the impact these materials have on the environment.

Revolutionize Your House

A brand new polyester fiber called Triexta made from a PTT polymer is becoming a more common carpet material.  This revolutionary product combines comfort and stain/soil resistance with performance and longevity never before experienced in carpets.  It is partially manufactured from renewable sources, decreasing the environmental impact, yet still being one of the most durable carpets ever made. It has a built-in stain protection and is also resistant to fading.

No More New Carpet Smell

New carpet odor has always been a problem, but this is changing.  Carpets with a Green Label from the Carpet and Rug Institute  produce far less new-carpet gas, and odors typically disappear within 2 to 3 days or even less if the windows are opened.

Highly Durable

Fiber technology has come a long way, as have the methods used in constructing carpets.  We now have carpets far superior in durability to their past performance, making them last far longer than ever before.

The carpet and flooring industry is a fast paced industry with many new trends and innovations that are continuous being introduced. It is nice to stay on top of these trends, so that you are purchasing the newest designs in the marketplace.

About the Author

As an avid writer, Neil Farrington, writes about many niches, with a speciality in Carpeting and Flooring. He regularly blogs for NJ Flooring Outlet, based in Fairfield NJ.  To view the full line of products offfered by NJ Flooring Outlet, visit the website online at

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