Here's how to choose the best carpet for your home

Here's how to choose the best carpet for your home

Choosing the best carpet for your home can be intimidating, with many factors to consider as you shop. Each choice serves you differently, so it's important to consider options that suit you best, and here are some facts to make it easier.

So many options for every homeowner


If style is the most important choice for you, there are plenty of options to meet your need, with fibers like cut pile and loop pile. Cut pile styles are more luxurious and comfortable, while loop pile products are more durable and easier to clean.

Fiber types are essential for your carpet in Portland, OR, and include options like wool, polyester, nylon, and olefin, each offering very different characteristics. Consider the benefits of each one, and you'll quickly find a product that's best for your needs.

Many homeowners ask about the durability of carpeting, what it can withstand as far as daily wear, and how long it will last. Nylon offers a well-rounded level of protection, but the best protection comes from built-in stain and odor protection.

Lifespan choices also vary from three to more than 20 years, depending on the durability you choose in our carpet store. Of course, the more durable they are, the longer they will last.

Visit our carpet store for products and information


Carpet Mill Outlet gives you more color, styles, and variety for your money at unbelievable pricing. We bring over 30 years of experience to your remodel of any size, offering a great product selection, including custom order options, in-home estimates, and same-day appointments.

When you're in the area, visit our showroom in Portland, OR, for an excellent selection of flooring possibilities for your remodel of any size. We provide carpet flooring to residents in Portland, Oregon City, Milwaukie, Beaverton, and Lake Oswego, OR, and we look forward to serving you too.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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