Have you ever walked into a room or office space and felt this very cold and unwelcoming feeling, chances are you walked into a tiled room. Now, that’s not to say that tiles are not nice or serve no purpose, but there is something about walking into a room that has trendy on point ergonomically correct carpets that’s enough to tickle the senses.
Carpets have been around for almost 6000 years according to some scientists and have changed so much over time. Their popularity has also risen ten-fold over the last couple of decades.
They have many benefits to the consumer which we would like to mention. How about comfort? I mean a hard floor is exactly that, hard! They provide no flexibility or cushioning which can leave your feet feeling rather painful after constant wear and tear. In addition to feeling nice to walk, sit and lay on, carpet provides shock absorption thanks to its flexibility and cushioning.
Let’s look at the next advantage of having a carpet, the warmth it provides. In a study conducted by the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Textile Engineering, results indicated that a thicker carpet provides a higher insulation factor (“R-value”) regardless of the fibre type of the carpet. They will reduce heat loss in your room which can save you money on heating.
Sound is one factor that is overlooked when choosing your floor type. Sound in fact carries further when there is a harder surface present. Having a carpet in that same very space will actually absorb the noise and help the echo affect stepping into play.
These are just a couple listed here but carpets out way their material competitors. Finding the correct one is the tricky part, but not worry there are experts that specialise in such an art and are more than capable of installing them, leaving you a very satisfied customer.