When searching for new flooring, most homeowners want something that is plush, trendy, and comfortable. Carpet helps make your house feel like a home, and at Brother’s Carpet & Flooring we have great quality carpets to select from. Carpet comes in a large selection of colors, pattern s, and functionalities. We have something that will suit the needs of just about every home.
Our sales team is professionally trained in all aspects of carpeting, which means they can answer any question you may have. Carpet comes in different options ranging from stain resistant to waterproof. Carpet is built to last in your home for years to come.
What are the Different Types of Carpet?
Carpet is made up of fibers, piles, and backings. The fibers are what make the carpet. They can be synthetic like nylon or natural like wool. Piles are the fibers that get twisted into multiple different styles like cut and loop. The backing is what holds the whole carpet together. Technology gives carpet the ability to be stain resistant, waterproof, and come in a wide variety of colors and patterns.
There are five main types: level loop, patterned, textured, frieze, and plush.
Carpet can be installed in a number of places in your home. It performs best in rooms like dens, living rooms, and bedrooms. You can install some carpets in finished basements, but we suggest checking out Tigressá® H2O™ for a project like that.
Our Carpet Selection
When you shop with us, you’ll not only find name brands you love, but also Carpet One Floor & Home exclusive brands such as Relax, it's... Lees®.
Explore more topics about carpet below, and visit our Brother's Carpet & Flooring showroom in Hackensack, NJ, to speak with one of our flooring experts.
Types of Carpet
There are multiple types of carpet that you can choose from in our showroom. The types of carpet vary depending on their type of cut and even fiber.Learn About Carpet Types
The Best Carpet for your Home
Choosing the right carpet for your home can get confusing when you do not know what you are looking for. Start by choosing a room and then assessing its needs.Best Carpeting