Without a doubt, Berber carpet is one of the most popular, as well as one of the most versatile, options when you want to have carpeting installed in your home or office. It’s an attractive and highly durable choice for playrooms, bedrooms, living rooms, and hallways, as well as common areas, multi-family units, and commercial spaces that include schools and offices.
What makes patterned carpet such a great option for homeowners?
Berber can be made using natural or synthetic fibers, but either choice will provide you with a beautiful and comfortable carpet. Its clean lines are helpful when the goal is to open up a space and make it appear larger than it is. Plus, there are a range of colors and designs to choose from, and our flooring specialists can help you determine what will look best in your home.
Berber Carpet Features
Named after the Berber people of North Africa who have a long tradition of making hand woven carpets, modern Berber carpeting comes in a wide array of patterns, loops, and textures to match any design scheme and meet any household’s needs.
No matter which Berber carpet style you choose, you can rest assured that it will be stain-resistant, particularly if you blot up spills right away and vacuum regularly, so your floors will continue to look fabulous for a very long time.
This carpet type is easily identified by its looped construction, which makes it comfortable and supportive under your feet. However, those loops can also become problematic if you have pets whose claws can get caught in the looping. Thankfully, you can also find Berber in cut pile form (a.k.a. California Berber), which doesn’t have loops, making it ideal for homes with kids and pets because you won’t have to worry about snagged loops needing repair.
Berber Carpet Installation
Berber carpets can be made using just about any fiber, so you can find one that fits your budget best. At Denver Carpet & Flooring, we carry a wide selection of options that will provide you with quality and affordability. For example, if it’s cushioning that you’re after, consider Berber carpeting made of nylon or wool fibers. Although you can also opt for polyester and olefin fiber as well, those tend to have a rougher texture under bare feet. Our experts can help you weigh the pros and cons of your many choices so you can make the right decision.
Berber can be harder to install than other styles, but our carpet pros have you covered. We’ll prepare your floors, use the right padding, and cut and install your carpet so that it looks perfect, whether you’re having it installed in a large living room, on stairs, or anything in between.
Our carpet flooring specialists even make the shopping experience easy and fun, especially because we can bring carpet samples right to your home, take measurements, provide a detailed quote, and get your carpet installed quickly. In fact, if your preferred carpet is in stock, we can usually install it in just 7 days.