Wool has been the standard in floor covering for centuries and represents all the qualities that synthetic fibers try to emulate. When you are ready to make an investment in your home, consider the following:
Wool is a biodegradable natural fiber and one of the most environmentally forgiving flooring products.
Wool is a renewable product and therefore has less impact on the environment.
- SUSTAINABLE LIFE CYCLE
Wool has a longer life cycle than other fibers resulting in a smaller environmental footprint.
- NON ALLERGENIC
Wool is a non-allergenic fiber and does not promote the growth of bacteria and dust mites, or give off harmful emissions.
Wool cleans better and won’t soil quickly due to its natural soil resistance, making chemical stain protection treatments unnecessary.
- AIR PURIFYING
Wool fibers absorb and neutralize polluting gases such as formaldehyde, sulphur dioxide and nitrous oxides.Aesthetic Reasons for Wool Carpet:
From luxurious and elegant too casual and comfy, carpet can give a space an entirely different feel, from tiles to patterns.
In addition to feeling nice to walk, sit and lay on, carpet provides shock absorption thanks to its flexibility and cushioning. Which over a long period of time is good for the body.
Sound carries much further when there is no carpet in the space. This is because hard surfaces can't absorb sound the way that soft surfaces - such as carpet- can.