Carpet Spectrum in Southern California
 
 
 
Lomita, CA • (310) 539 - 8818
Hermosa Beach, CA • (310) 376 - 4344
 
 
 
 
 

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Have some questions about buying carpet?

 
The first question to ask is, "What kind of carpet are you looking for?" This can be a daunting question, especially if you don't know anything about this soft surface. It can offer something for everyone if you know what you want. Here are four types of fibers that go into carpeting that should help you decide.
 

Nylon

 
Nylon is one of the most popular fibers for these broadloom products because it has been around for a long time. It holds up well to heavy traffic because it is so durable. It is less likely to mat down over time. It can be found in a wide variety of colors and patterns to suit you. It is considered to be the highest-ranking performer on the market.
 

Polyester

 
Polyester is also a prevalent fiber. It is very resistant to stains. Similar to nylon, it holds up well to heavy footwork. The number of colors that come in polyester will stagger you. It is highly resistant to fading in sunlight, so it's well suited for daylight rooms. Polyester is also considered more affordable.
 

Triexta

 
Triexta is a new fiber on the market. It is more durable than nylon, and yet it is more stain-resistant than polyester. It is indeed considered the best of both worlds. It has high competition with nylon and polyester and well worth a look.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Wool

 
Out of the soft surface we’ve listed, wool is considered the only “green” alternative to synthetic fibers. Grown naturally on sheep, it is the superior all-natural product for flooring. Wool has a deep look to it, with a feel that is hard to match. It has natural stain resistance and cleans well. It has an excellent resilience to it and holds up well over time.
 

Questions

 
The first question to ask is, "What do I need?" Do you have a large family with kids and pets? Or do you live alone? The next question to ask is, "What does my lifestyle dictate?" Do you have a very active lifestyle or one more laid back? "Where is it going in my house?” Are you putting it in the bedrooms? The hallway? Foyer? Living room? What’s the foot traffic in those areas? Questions like these can help you tease out what kind of carpet you need and what fiber would suit you best. From there, we can move onto the style you want and the color.
 

Come to us for your carpet needs

 
At Carpet Spectrum, we pride ourselves on our customer service. We listen carefully to all your preferences and needs and then help you decide on a carpet that meets your standards. We have two showrooms, one in Lomita and the other in Hermosa Beach, CA. Our primary market is Southern California. We do the whole package deal, from sales to carpet installation to service; our showrooms want to be your Southern California carpet stores. See us today!