At Carpet Design, we have variety of different quality carpets from best known  manufacturers such as Shawinc Industry, Boyo United and Mohawk.

List of available Carpets in our store

Few tips on how to find a right Carpet for your need:

An important consideration in selecting carpet that meets your needs is performance, or how well a style will maintain its appearance in its intended setting. In addition to its aesthetic and comfort features, carpet is a remarkably durable and practical floor covering. However, carpet is neither stain-proof nor indestructible, and some styles are better suited than others for particular applications. The area to be carpeted and the level of expected activity are important considerations in determining the style - and even color - that is appropriate.

First look at the number of people - and pets - in your family and estimate the level of activity you anticipate in the room or area to be carpeted. Other factors to assess include the amount of entertaining you do and how often appropriate care and cleaning will be provided. Remember that good maintenance will prolong the useful life of any carpet.

Bear in mind that the carpet that is unsuitable for the family room or hall may be the perfect choice for a formal dining room or guest bedroom. Simply use common sense in balancing your choice according to your individual requirements.

What carpet is made of:

Although some carpets are made of blends of different fibers, most carpets are made entirely of one of the following four fiber types:

Nylon - Durable and versatile, nylon is the most widely used carpet fiber. Most nylon styles today receive a stain-resist treatment for protection against household spills and stains.

Polypropylene (olefin) - The use of polypropylene in carpet has grown dramatically over the past ten years. Polypropylene will not absorb water and is extremely resistant to stains, fading, and moisture.

Polyester - Polyester offers exceptional softness and color clarity, and it is also naturally stain and fade resistant.

Wool - The preeminent natural fiber, wool is luxurious and much more expensive than synthetic fibers. Wool offers moderate soil and stain resistance.

How to compare:

Face Weight and fiber:            More ounces per square yard is better.
Twist:                                        Higher twist helps resist crushing and matting.
Density:                                    Higher density improves comfort and performance
Durability and higher rating:    Higher rating indicate higher performance.