Personalize with patterns We get it – when designing the interior of your home, the choices can be overwhelming. Personalizing your space to your taste and lifestyle is a big deal. One of our top tips in the world of home décor today is to add patterns to the floor. Let Carpet Connection help you […]Read More
Five Common Carpet Myths Debunked Carpet has been the most popular floor covering in America for decades for good reason – carpets feel soft, reduce noise and insulate rooms. But some common misconceptions deter people from buying carpets. Before purchasing flooring, consider the following information from Shaw Floors: MYTH 1 Asthma and allergy sufferers should […]Read More
Does Your House Needs Carpeting in the Next Remodeling? If you are planning a home renovation and remodeling, but couldn’t decide on the type of floor replacement, then we want to make a suggestion: give wall-to-wall carpeting a shot. We always recommend wall-to-wall carpeting to all those homeowners that are looking for inexpensive and functional […]
Coffee. Red Wine. Ketchup and mustard. Just the mention of these most common stain offenders is enough to send a chill down the spine of homeowners everywhere. And from holidays to birthdays, Super Bowls to March Madness, there is an endless source of get-togethers in your home, with every meal a chance for these offenders […]
How Often Should I Vacuum? We hear this question a lot. The best carpet in the world won’t perform well if you don’t vacuum regularly. To get the most out of your soft surface flooring, it’s important to adopt a regular maintenance routine. No matter the product, you can extend your carpet’s life by vacuuming […]Read More
It’s no secret that today’s homeowners prefer the look of natural materials like wood and stone in interior design. Neutral walls and nature-inspired surfaces remain popular trends just about everywhere you look. But this doesn’t mean there’s not a place for wall-to-wall carpet! If you want that natural look, yet still prefer the cozy feel of carpet, there’s […]
Carpet acts as a passive air filter, trapping dust, pollen and other particles and removing them from the breathing zone. Studies show that people with asthma and allergies have seen symptoms improve with carpet.