The wall-to-wall carpet has made an comeback and is now on top as the most sold custom sized rug

The wall-to-wall carpet has made an comeback and is now on top as the most sold custom sized rug

Wall to wall carpets became fashion almost overnight in the 1970s. The interest was raised at such a pace that neither manufacturers nor consumers were prepared. So it might not be strange that there was some things in product development that was simply overlooked or skipped. One of the consequences of this was a quality very uneven range. This of course contributed to the fact that the interest cooled as quickly as it had flared up. But as everyone has noticed, the situation is quite different today. Bad qualities have been largely cleared and new materials, with significantly better properties, have come to fruition. Even though today's choice of a custom sized rug is very large, one can safely see a growing assortment of more and more structures, colors and patterns. Another common argument for wall to wall carpets is its silencing properties. But what is a wall to wall carpet and what different types of wall to wall carpets are there? Rolling out a new wall to wall carpet in a room is simple. But the hard thing is to know what you actually cover the floor with in the bedroom, the children's room or any other room in the house?

Nowadays most synthetic fibers are used in the manufacture of wall to wall carpets. The most widely used material is polyamide, which is also often referred to as nylon. Common to all synthetic fibers is that they absorb very little moisture. nor do they noticeably lose their wear resistance if they get wet. If you choose a wall to wall rug with twice as thick fibers than normal, the dirt does not penetrate into the depths, so you can easily vacuum the dirt with the vacuum cleaner. Studies shows that if you take good care of your wall to wall carpet even people that sufferes from allergy can use them in their home. In the past, jute and cotton were usually used in the custom-made carpets. But when natural materials now occur, the most is wool and hair fiber of cattle, elk, goats and some other fur animals. Because the range of wall to wall carpets can be counted in hundreds of products, incorporating patterns and colors, this offers greater choices than other flooring materials. Very often the same wall to wall rug occurs in 20 colors. So there is a great opportunity to find a carpet that makes the room just the way you want it.

From Herning, Scandinavia's oldest and most traditional rug making history rises. From here, Egetaepper (Ege carpets) has made carpets for almost a hundred years and no other city is as far ahead in design and quality. Ege has a unique set of environmental and indoor climate certification where the unique cradle to cradle certification is the crown of the work. Cradle to Cradle means that the consumption of resources not only places as little climatic pressure as possible, but actually impacts the environment positively. This by making wall to wall carpets and custom sized carpets of recycled material. Even the energy for the production comes from marine hydroelectric power. A wall to wall carpet from Ege is produced with the greatest consideration to the environment, safety and quality. All wall to wall rugs must now undergo special test methods. Which is anchored at the State Testing Center and, inter alia, follows ISO, for example, measurements and dimensional deviations, combustibility and effect of high temperature, sound absorption, color and chemical hardness. Of course, we at Trendcarpet sell custom sized carpets and wall to wall rugs from Ege.







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