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Carpet from Southern Carpet Wholesale

Carpet provides your home a most practical and comfortable flooring option. We want you get the maximum performance from your carpet at the right price.

We offer a number of distinct and exclusive product lines with various textures, colors, and patterns designed to fit your home.

Carpet 101

Carpet is traditionally the most popular choice of flooring in the home with good reason. It comes in numerous colors and designs to fit your home decor and lifestyle. It is generally priced less per square foot than other floor covering surfaces.
Carpets come in various fiber types, twist, colors, density, textures, and patterns. Here are some things to keep in mind when selecting the right carpet:
Fiber type
Nylon offers the best performance value.
Carpet type
Different carpet types match different lifestyles.
Degree of twist
More twist means better resistance against matting.
Carpets with higher face weights tend to perform better.
A stronger backing provides more stability and comfort.
Regardless of the carpet, better padding means more comfort underfoot.

Fiber type

The most popular carpet fiber used today. It offers excellent value, performance, and ease of maintenance. It comes in brilliant colors and hides traffic well.
Nylon 66
Nylon 66 is the best performing type of nylon out of the 200 varieties used in carpet fibers. It is fade resistant and wears better. Only Wear Dated and Tactesse use nylon 66.

We recommend continuous filament fibers for the best performance.
Olefin / prolypropylene
Highly stain, static, mold, and mildew resistant. Commonly found in Berber and level-loop carpets.
The most luxurious fiber type around with an elegant look, soft wool feel, and great performance with a relatively expensive price point.
Similar to nylon, polyester offers great color and feels great under foot, however its resilience is generally not as strong as nylon.