Does commercial carpet work in businesses and homes?
Certainly, commercial carpet is a durable type of flooring that can stand up to heavy foot traffic. While it is primarily installed in commercial settings, it is appropriate for homes, too. Whether you are a business owner or a homeowner, you can find ‘just right’ commercial flooring at Crabtree’s Carpet, located in Lucasville, Ohio,…
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Regardless of the application, it’s wise to choose a patterned wall-to-wall carpet in darker colors since it hides dirt better than a solid-colored carpet. Traditional, modern, and neutral patterns are available. Nylon is the most popular fiber. Wool may be preferable, especially since it is naturally flame retardant. Carpet with a moisture barrier backing provides maximum durability and stain resistance. Wall-to-wall carpeting tends to be softer, plusher, and less costly than carpet tiles. Also, seams are sealed with a chemical weld, so they are not visible.
Homeowners often favor commercial wall-to-wall carpeting for its functionality. In contrast, heavy-duty carpet tiles increase design options since colors and designs can be mixed and matched. Tiles are inherently moisture resistant, and some brands come with attached padding. During the decision-making process, keep in mind that padding absorbs the impact of footsteps. Installation methods include peel and stick, glue down, and tape down. Interlocking carpet tiles, which do not require an adhesive, fit together like a puzzle.
Locally owned Crabtree’s Carpet installs residential and commercial carpeting in Lucasville and nearby Ohio communities like Portsmouth, Wheelersburg, Piketon, and Waverly. We also offer related services, such as floor repair. Helpful online tools include a flooring catalog, chat service, and Request an Estimate form. Give us a call, or visit our showroom in Lucasville to compare high-quality commercial carpet products and chat with a flooring specialist.