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Carpet in South Carolina

Carpet is colorful, comfortable, and made to manage daily life. There are unlimited possibilities, with hundreds of colors, textures, patterns, and material combinations to choose from.

At Carpet One Floor & Home of Columbia and West Columbia, we carry an impressive inventory of residential and commercial carpeting and can help you navigate your many choices.

Want to learn more about carpet in their many amazing forms? Here’s what you need to know.

 

What Are the Different Types of Carpet?

 

Your carpet’s fibers, also called pile, are the distinctive weave of your carpeting and determine function, appearance, and ability.

This is where it’s especially important to pay close attention, especially if you have pets, small children, or allergies. Carpet fiber can be made from either synthetic materials, such as nylon, or natural materials, like wool.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where Can Carpet Be Installed?

 

Carpet doesn’t fare well in the kitchen or bathroom, but otherwise, there are carpet solutions for nearly every interior environment.

There are heavy-duty synthetics that are perfect for installation in commercial environments, where foot traffic and spills are to be expected. Likewise, there are plush, velvety shags to comfort your bare feet in the master bedroom. These are but a few examples of where carpet can be installed.

 

Discover Our Carpet Selection

 

Carpet One Floor & Home, part of the world’s largest independent flooring store cooperative, shared purchasing power of over 1,000 fellow member stores.

We have an incredible selection of synthetic and natural carpets from all the best carpet brands. To learn more about your options or to chat with one of our carpet experts, please call us today or shop for our carpet online.

                                   

           

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Caring for Your Carpet

Caring for Your Carpet

 

With diligent effort on your part, your new carpet can last for years to come. Here are some simple recommendations from our professionals to help your carpet endure.

 

 

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