Low Carpet Sale Prices!
Our carpet sale ends soon, so take advantage of low carpet sale prices while you can. Compare the overall cost, including tear-out, disposal, installation and padding, and you’ll find no better overall value in Overland Park, Lenexa, Olathe, Leawood and Mission.
Come to our beautiful Lenexa showroom and peruse the wide selection of top brand carpets including Stainmaster, Resista, Innovia, Beford Mills, Design distinctions, Downs, Floorcraft, Hearth & Home, Tigressa and more. Ask one of our experts about the difference between wool, nylon, polyester, olefin, triexta or new specialty blends, and help you determine which is best for your needs. Have a pet? Check out our specialty carpets that contain odor eating carbon that actually breaks down urine and other pet stains to keep your house smelling fresh and clean.
- Fiber is the individual strands that are spun together to create the yarn which is attached to a woven backing.
- Pile, nap or face is the height of the fiber used to make the carpet.
- Density refers to how close the fiber strands are arranged to each other. High density carpet is generally stronger and more durable. To see the difference in density between carpets, bend it backwards and look at the amount of backing that shows through. A less dense carpet will show more backing.
- Weight is measured in ounces per square yard. Face weight refers to the amount of fiber on the surface of the carpet, while total weight includes the backing and latex as well. High face weight is a good indication of quality.
- Texture refers to the look and feel of the carpet and is determined by how the fibers are looped, twisted or cut.
- Twist counts refer to the number of times fibers are turned over a 1-inch length. Higher twist counts do a better job of resisting traffic and crushing.
- PAR rating stands for Performance, Appearance and Retention on a scale of 1 thru 5. A higher PAR rating means the carpet is more durable and will retain it’s original appearance longer.