Floor Carpets by Shaw Carpets

commercial-carpetsSink into the warmth and beauty of Shaw floor carpet, and bring color, texture and value into your home. Shaw Carpets offers more than 25,000 carpet styles and colors. If you’re looking for a great carpet for your home or your business you can count on Shaw to have it and back it up with a Great Warrantee.via

Green Carpets


Shaw Floors brings you Green Carpets these carpets can be recycled which reduces dependency on oil, and helps prevents needlessly filling up our landfills. These carpets meet government regulations for recycling and can last longer than conventional flooring.

Plush and Frieze Carpets


Plush carpet has a luxurious look, features a velvety even cut pile, and shows footprint shading easily. Plush Carpet Luxuriously smooth-textured carpet surface in which individual tufts are only minimally visible and the overall visual effect is that of a single level of yarn ends. This finish is normally achieved only on cut-pile carpet produced from non-heat-set single spun yarns by brushing and shearing. Sometimes called “velvet-plush,” plush carpet can be expensive if it is not purchased direct from the carpet manufacturer.
Frieze Carpet is a highly twisted cut pile carpet suited for high traffic areas. It has short fibers that tend to curl in different directions at the surface to hide footprints and vacuum marks. Highly resilient, it’s truly trackless, easy to clean, and crush resistant. A good quality Frieze styled carpet can be one of the most durable styles you can buy. Frieze Pronounced “free-zay,” this tightly twisted yarn gives carpet a rough, nubby appearance. Frieze carpet is extremely durable, and provides a casual modern look. It is the best performing style of cut pile carpet available and hides traffic patterns, footprints and seams.

Berber Carpets


Berber carpet has for years been one of the favorite choices for floor covering. Berber will traditionally show less footprints as well as hide vacuum tracks extremely well. Berbers tend to have a thicker yarns content than other level loops. The only real negative is taking care to avoid snagging the loops which could damage it. The choices are endless as it is available in not only more expensive wool patterns, but more affordable nylon, olefin, or nylon-olefin fibers.

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