Instantly update or revitalize a room with a fresh, new carpet. Choose from a variety of styles and colors.
Revitalize Your Room
Like a fresh coat of paint, new carpeting can instantly revitalize a room, changing its look and feel. When considering a new carpet for your home, selection and quality are the key factors. Hadinger Flooring offers you a wide variety of carpet colors, styles, textures, and fibers. Whatever your design preference—traditional, eclectic or contemporary—we have the perfect carpet for your home.
Keep It Simple
There are no rules when it comes to carpet color. Keep it simple with neutrals or take a risk with a bright, bold tone. We have a large selection of creams and beiges, the most versatile neutrals, as well as blendable greys and browns. You’ll also find splashes of blues, greens, reds, and even orange hues. Browse our gallery to view them all.
A Variety of Styles And Textures
Carpets come in a variety of styles and textures. From x to y and z, select the style that reflects your design aesthetic. Texture, or loop style, affects the literal feel of the carpet. A Berber loop, for example, is a tightly looped yarn that results in a knobby, low height, durable carpet. A cut loop yarn produces a softer, and often higher height carpet. Loop and cut yarns can be combined in one carpet to create varied textures and patterns.
The majority of the carpet produced in the U.S. contains one of six pile fibers: nylon, polypropylene (olefin), acrylic, polyester, wool, or cotton. Synthetic fibers make up more than 99% of the fiber. Each fiber has strengths and weaknesses that must be recognized and should influence how it is to be used and constructed. Some fibers have very low resiliency and only should be manufactured in high-density loop pile constructions to limit crushing. Other fibers have the tendency to absorb oily soils and other oil-based compounds and should be carefully considered before installing in areas subject to these contaminants.
Once you have selected your ideal carpet, the installation process follows. Whether you choose to do it yourself or hire a professional, there are a few things to keep in mind before and during installation that will help things run smoothly.