The right style and the right quality at the right price
Carpet is often seen as a luxury – but it can actually be quite an affordable investment in the value and comfort of your home!
We’ll work with you to find the best option from our vast selection of carpets, which includes Berber, frieze, plush and patterned styles. We’ll also assist you with design and color selection to ensure the best shopping experience from start to finish.
At Trade Direct, we partner with the carpet industry’s top manufacturers to provide:
Carpet is unique among flooring, being the only wall-to-wall soft surface category. A classic choice for bedrooms and living areas, carpet’s claims to fame are the warmth and soft comfort that it provides.
When shopping for carpet, you’ll find a range of basic styles from which to choose.
Get acquainted with a few of the most common types
Also known as loop, Berber pile is constructed from thick, uncut yarn woven into closed loops. This type of carpet is exceptionally durable and well-suited for active family lifestyles and high-traffic areas of the home
This carpet has a tousled, casual look and feel, a result of the tightly twisted strands of yarn that make up its construction. One benefit of this is that footprints and vacuum tracks hardly show up.
Also known as patterned carpet, cut and looped yarns combine to create patterned effects across the surface. This low-profile pile hides stains and holds up well against heavy foot traffic.
Carpeting, like any type of flooring, needs regular cleaning to remain looking its best.
In conjunction with following your manufacturer’s care instructions, follow these basic tips to prolong
your carpet’s lifespan, maintain good indoor air quality, and adhere to your warranty.
to remove surface-level dust and dirt particles, which can damage your fibers when ground in by foot traffic.
Spot clean spills
with a clean rag quickly after they happen – remember to blot, never rub, and only use recommended cleaning products.
professionally every year to extract deep, ground-in dirt that regular vacuums can’t reach.
Use mats or area rugs
to cover and protect high-traffic areas, such as entryways. These should be cleaned regularly, as well.
regularly to prevent indentations and to redirect foot traffic patterns. You can also use carpet protectors underneath furniture legs to take some pressure off.
Use a carpet pad
to bolster the life of your carpet and increase the cushion underfoot. Most carpets will come with recommendations for the best pad to use.