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MYTH DEBUNKED: IS THICK CARPET IS BETTER?
If what you’re looking for in a carpet is a plush, rich fabric; then yes, thick carpet may be the better choice for your home. But, thick carpet is not the best alternative if you’re looking for a more dense and durable carpet. Density, which is more yarn per square inch, will provide a much longer durability. The face weight and carpet density give you information on the amount of carpet fiber per square inch. Both of these attributes play stellar roles in determining carpet durability.

Denser carpet has the appearance of looking less worn and aged. Also, the abundance of carpet fibers means that there is significant increased strength. Good numbers aimed for durability, would be a density of over 2500, and a face weight of over 60 ounces. But, if the two numbers have you confused, just go with looking at the density numbers. Density is much more standardized , so the best option is to just go by the density number.

Also, thicker carpets are far more difficult to clean, and flush out. Due to the dense carpet fibers, this makes it a prime trap for dirt, debris, and allergens. If you have thick carpet with high traffic areas in your house, cleaning this is going to be a major pain. Yes, thick carpet looks great when they are brand new and not walked on. But, if you’re looking for a type of carpet that is a breeze to clean, thick carpet is not what you’re looking for.

The majority of people believe that the more matted the carpet’s appearance is, the more worn and aged it is. Carpets with longer yarns, or thicker carpets allow more probability for matting. Have you ever noticed when you walk into a commercial business, they tend to have very thin, but extremely dense carpet? That’s because commercial carpet is some of the most durable carpet. Think about it, in an office or a store, people are constantly treading all over the place. Commercial carpet is specifically designed for use in high traffic areas. But, regarding residential homes, a happy medium will work just fine for you.

Take Frieze carpet into consideration, which is tightly curled and wavy. It gets it’s waviness from a high number of tight twists (usually 7- 9 per inch). This makes frieze carpet the best choice for those seeking durability. Since the bulk of people believe that thicker carpet is better, they also believe you have to spend a lot of dough to get a great wearing carpet. But, there is a plethora of carpets with awesome durability, and won’t make you break the bank. Once again, you can find a happy medium that will work perfectly in your household.

Overall, we’ve concluded that thicker carpet is not the better carpet. If you’re looking for a easy maintenance carpet, stray away from thick plush carpets. Also, you do not have to spend tons of money to purchase a carpet that has great durability. www.drycarpetcleaningphoenix.com

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