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4 Reasons Why Carpet Flooring Is Good for Your Place
Monday, May 21, 2018

It’s true there are so many flooring options today for you to choose from that at times it can be tough deciding which one to opt for.
The options include hardwood, carpet, ceramic tile and vinyl flooring. You can choose any flooring that matches your taste and fits your need. Each type of flooring has its own advantages. However, some of you might wonder if carpet has any advantages over other types of hard surface floors or not.

The truth is carpet does have some unique attributes and distinct qualities when compared to other hard surface floorings. Here we discuss some of the advantages of carpet flooring that makes it a top choice for all sorts of people across the world.

1- Style

Although hardwood usually takes up most of the pages in the interior design magazines, but carpet also has a style of its own. From giving luxurious and plush touch to the interiors to being elegant, comfy and casual at the same time, carpets give your place a completely different feel. Moreover, if you just change the style of your carpet, you’ll have a new and fresh look to your room.

2- Comfort

After having walked on hard floor surfaces like ceramic tiles, people at times begin to complain about body aches. That’s because hard surfaces are hard. They have no flexibility and that’s why they’re bad shock absorbers for your footsteps. This means when you walk across the hard surface floor, your body has to suffer a jolt every time you take a step. That’s because instead of the floor, your body has to bear the force of the impact. Carpet, on the other hand, offers you an option of comfort. You can sit on it, lie down and walk on it as much as you like because it provides the cushioning to absorb the shocks of your footsteps.

3- Warmth

Carpet provides top-notch insulation which is better than the insulation provided by the hard surface floors. This means carpet can keep your room space warm and cozy, saving you the costs that are associated with heating your home. For people who live in colder cities, carpet flooring may be a wonderful idea to cut down their electricity or gas costs.

4- Cost

Carpet is less expensive than any other hard surface flooring, as simple as that. That’s because many hard surface floors, like hardwood and vinyl, require special floor preparatory work before they can be installed. However, carpet doesn’t require anything of this sort. You can just spread the carpet on any kind of sub-floor, saving yourself a hefty expenditure.

Carpet flooring is not slippery like other hard surface flooring options available. It has also proven to be a better choice for those people who have breathing issues. Moreover, carpet makes the room quieter and sound proof to some extent. So, if you’re planning to go for carpet flooring at your residence or office then contact CDC Distributors. We’ll introduce you to the best variety of carpets out there and will help you pick the most suitable one for your premises that will most assuredly add a classy touch and value to your place.

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