It wasn't long ago carpet just wasn't cool. Trends drifted toward hardwood, laminates, and stone. More people were turned off, whether it was a lack of style, new colors, benefits, and concerns over allergies, or difficulty in taking care of.
I was born and raised in the world's carpet capitol, Dalton Ga. For years I felt guilty when I would share the virtues of hard surface with my customers. Would carpet ever be in vogue again?
Beaulieu changed my mind when I saw the Bliss Healthy Home carpet. These were softer, filament products that would not shed new styles and colors, great warranties on wear, and a lifetime stain warranty. Exactly what consumers wanted in a carpet? All major mills now, Including Shaw Ind. sell carpet that is recyclable and recycled! P.E.T. carpet, which is Ketchup and soda bottles, melted down and processed into the most stain resistant, "Greenest" carpet ever created. Mohawk's high end Smart Strand is even made from corn.
Our Epic is a homeowners dream. Continuous filament so it never sheds, solution dyed for great stain and wear ability, extreme moisture resistance, and oh by the way, it's very soft to the touch. Last but surely not least in these tough economic times, it’s extremely affordable. Green for the environmentalist, stain resistant for accidents, wear resistant for high traffic, Priced for any budget. Id say carpet once again has something for everyone, whether it’s for a bedroom, or whole house. I'd have to say that’s pretty cool.