At Rembrandt Flooring, we want you to be fully informed about the options that are available to you in terms of the different types of carpets that exist.
Our inventory is quite expansive with many makes and styles, so we are confident you will find what you’re looking for in our Rembrandt Flooring Showroom.
The first level of understanding when it comes to your new carpets are the multiple options that exist in Carpet Fibers. The fiber defines what material is used in the carpet. Single fibers are spun together to create two-, three-, or four-ply yarn, which is then attached to the woven backing of the carpet. The fibers are either made from natural materials such as wool, or they are synthetic materials such as nylon, olefin, acrylic and polyester. The following are Carpet Fibers that we carry in stock in our showroom:
Offers a deep luxurious look and feel, and is a very durable and resilient carpet. Wool carpets are naturally stain resistant to soil and dirt due to the density of how tightly packed the fibers are.
The most common carpet material on the market. The nylon fiber is the strongest of all carpet types, and thus make an excellent choice for heavy traffic areas in your home or office. Nylon is also soil and mildew-resistant, resilient and non-allergenic. This type of carpet is easy to clean and maintain, but you may also get pilling and static with a nylon carpet.
Originally manufactured for outdoor and carpet use due to its resistance to moisture, mildew, water damage, staining, pilling, shedding and static. Now olefin carpets are widely used in all areas of your home due to its durability and wool-like feel and appearance.
Not as durable as nylon, but is stain-resistant. Rembrandt Flooring offers a wide selection of textures and colors of polyester carpets.
Closest option to wool out of all other synthetic fiber options. Acrylic offers soil resistance, excellent cleanability, and resistance to static, moths and mildew.