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Which Carpet Fibre?

When choosing carpet you need to decide what you want or expect from your floor covering. Do you have children or animals? Are you going to stay in your home long term? Do you want something hard wearing or do you want your feet to sink into a soft and luxurious carpet?
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Nylon
Nylon
Poly-Propylene
Poly-Propylene
Nylon is one of the most commonly used fibres throughout the floor covering industry. In both Commercial properties and domestic applications you will find Nylon carpet used. In the production of the nylon fibre it is naturally white, with the dye colouring then added as a continuous dying process. Nylon carpets have excellent strength properties within the fibres therefore limiting tracking. Soiling and stain resilience technology built into the fibres give superior cleaning abilities.
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Polypropylene fibre carpets use the same process as Solution Dyed Nylon carpets with excellent durability and cleaning properties. Polypropylene carpets over years sometimes tend not to retain as good as Wool and Nylon. Polypropylene carpets remain excellent value for your dollar.
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Polyester fibre is made of recycled materials from time to time therefore making it environmentally friendly, along with excellent wearing and cleaning abilities makes for a very affordable product.
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Solution Dyed Nylon or S.D.N. take on a totally different colour dying process to that of traditional white nylon fibres. As nylons have always being colour dyed from a continuous dying system, SDN’s are coloured during the time of production, enabling the fibre to be coloured right through. this ensures superior colour fastness and the added bonus of excellent cleaning abilities. Thus allowing stronger cleaning detergents and agents can be used with little concern of colour loss.
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Triexta is the newest Fibre added to the market for over 50 years. Made from 37% renewable resources - corn sugar, it also uses less energy to produce compared to Nylon. It marks the first time that a luxuriously soft carpet offers durability and stain protection, while also making less of an environmental impact.
Search our Triexta carpets
Wool for years has been the preferred Classic Natural fibre of many manufactures. Wool’s ability to resist tracking or that flattening effect along with hard wearing capabilities have put Wool at the forefront of carpet manufacturing for years. Most Carpet manufactures in Australia would use New Zealand, England’s and Scotland’s wool as it is of a coarser grade and therefore will give you a more durable fibre for your new floor covering
Search our Wool carpets
Wool blends are using 80% wool and 20% synthetic fibre. This offers the resilience and durability found in synthetic fibres with the natural appearance and luxurious feel of wool. Mixing synthetic fibre with wool can help to held the twist definition in some carpet styles, providing improved wearing ability and reduced shedding from short fibres.
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Polyester
Polyester
Solution Dyed Nylon
Solution Dyed Nylon
Nylon is one of the most commonly used fibres throughout the floor covering industry. In both Commercial properties and domestic applications you will find Nylon carpet used. In the production of the nylon fibre it is naturally white, with the dye colouring then added as a continuous dying process. Nylon carpets have excellent strength properties within the fibres therefore limiting tracking. Soiling and stain resilience technology built into the fibres give superior cleaning abilities.
Search our Nylon carpets
Polypropylene fibre carpets use the same process as Solution Dyed Nylon carpets with excellent durability and cleaning properties. Polypropylene carpets over years sometimes tend not to retain as good as Wool and Nylon. Polypropylene carpets remain excellent value for your dollar.
Search our Poly-Propylene carpets
Polyester fibre is made of recycled materials from time to time therefore making it environmentally friendly, along with excellent wearing and cleaning abilities makes for a very affordable product.
Search our Polyester carpets
Solution Dyed Nylon or S.D.N. take on a totally different colour dying process to that of traditional white nylon fibres. As nylons have always being colour dyed from a continuous dying system, SDN’s are coloured during the time of production, enabling the fibre to be coloured right through. this ensures superior colour fastness and the added bonus of excellent cleaning abilities. Thus allowing stronger cleaning detergents and agents can be used with little concern of colour loss.
Search our Solution Dyed Nylon carpets
Triexta is the newest Fibre added to the market for over 50 years. Made from 37% renewable resources - corn sugar, it also uses less energy to produce compared to Nylon. It marks the first time that a luxuriously soft carpet offers durability and stain protection, while also making less of an environmental impact.
Search our Triexta carpets
Wool for years has been the preferred Classic Natural fibre of many manufactures. Wool’s ability to resist tracking or that flattening effect along with hard wearing capabilities have put Wool at the forefront of carpet manufacturing for years. Most Carpet manufactures in Australia would use New Zealand, England’s and Scotland’s wool as it is of a coarser grade and therefore will give you a more durable fibre for your new floor covering
Search our Wool carpets
Wool blends are using 80% wool and 20% synthetic fibre. This offers the resilience and durability found in synthetic fibres with the natural appearance and luxurious feel of wool. Mixing synthetic fibre with wool can help to held the twist definition in some carpet styles, providing improved wearing ability and reduced shedding from short fibres.
Search our Wool Blends carpets
Triexta
Triexta
Wool
Wool
Nylon is one of the most commonly used fibres throughout the floor covering industry. In both Commercial properties and domestic applications you will find Nylon carpet used. In the production of the nylon fibre it is naturally white, with the dye colouring then added as a continuous dying process. Nylon carpets have excellent strength properties within the fibres therefore limiting tracking. Soiling and stain resilience technology built into the fibres give superior cleaning abilities.
Search our Nylon carpets
Polypropylene fibre carpets use the same process as Solution Dyed Nylon carpets with excellent durability and cleaning properties. Polypropylene carpets over years sometimes tend not to retain as good as Wool and Nylon. Polypropylene carpets remain excellent value for your dollar.
Search our Poly-Propylene carpets
Polyester fibre is made of recycled materials from time to time therefore making it environmentally friendly, along with excellent wearing and cleaning abilities makes for a very affordable product.
Search our Polyester carpets
Solution Dyed Nylon or S.D.N. take on a totally different colour dying process to that of traditional white nylon fibres. As nylons have always being colour dyed from a continuous dying system, SDN’s are coloured during the time of production, enabling the fibre to be coloured right through. this ensures superior colour fastness and the added bonus of excellent cleaning abilities. Thus allowing stronger cleaning detergents and agents can be used with little concern of colour loss.
Search our Solution Dyed Nylon carpets
Triexta is the newest Fibre added to the market for over 50 years. Made from 37% renewable resources - corn sugar, it also uses less energy to produce compared to Nylon. It marks the first time that a luxuriously soft carpet offers durability and stain protection, while also making less of an environmental impact.
Search our Triexta carpets
Wool for years has been the preferred Classic Natural fibre of many manufactures. Wool’s ability to resist tracking or that flattening effect along with hard wearing capabilities have put Wool at the forefront of carpet manufacturing for years. Most Carpet manufactures in Australia would use New Zealand, England’s and Scotland’s wool as it is of a coarser grade and therefore will give you a more durable fibre for your new floor covering
Search our Wool carpets
Wool blends are using 80% wool and 20% synthetic fibre. This offers the resilience and durability found in synthetic fibres with the natural appearance and luxurious feel of wool. Mixing synthetic fibre with wool can help to held the twist definition in some carpet styles, providing improved wearing ability and reduced shedding from short fibres.
Search our Wool Blends carpets
Wool Blends
Wool Blends
Nylon is one of the most commonly used fibres throughout the floor covering industry. In both Commercial properties and domestic applications you will find Nylon carpet used. In the production of the nylon fibre it is naturally white, with the dye colouring then added as a continuous dying process. Nylon carpets have excellent strength properties within the fibres therefore limiting tracking. Soiling and stain resilience technology built into the fibres give superior cleaning abilities.
Search our Nylon carpets
Polypropylene fibre carpets use the same process as Solution Dyed Nylon carpets with excellent durability and cleaning properties. Polypropylene carpets over years sometimes tend not to retain as good as Wool and Nylon. Polypropylene carpets remain excellent value for your dollar.
Search our Poly-Propylene carpets
Polyester fibre is made of recycled materials from time to time therefore making it environmentally friendly, along with excellent wearing and cleaning abilities makes for a very affordable product.
Search our Polyester carpets
Solution Dyed Nylon or S.D.N. take on a totally different colour dying process to that of traditional white nylon fibres. As nylons have always being colour dyed from a continuous dying system, SDN’s are coloured during the time of production, enabling the fibre to be coloured right through. this ensures superior colour fastness and the added bonus of excellent cleaning abilities. Thus allowing stronger cleaning detergents and agents can be used with little concern of colour loss.
Search our Solution Dyed Nylon carpets
Triexta is the newest Fibre added to the market for over 50 years. Made from 37% renewable resources - corn sugar, it also uses less energy to produce compared to Nylon. It marks the first time that a luxuriously soft carpet offers durability and stain protection, while also making less of an environmental impact.
Search our Triexta carpets
Wool for years has been the preferred Classic Natural fibre of many manufactures. Wool’s ability to resist tracking or that flattening effect along with hard wearing capabilities have put Wool at the forefront of carpet manufacturing for years. Most Carpet manufactures in Australia would use New Zealand, England’s and Scotland’s wool as it is of a coarser grade and therefore will give you a more durable fibre for your new floor covering
Search our Wool carpets
Wool blends are using 80% wool and 20% synthetic fibre. This offers the resilience and durability found in synthetic fibres with the natural appearance and luxurious feel of wool. Mixing synthetic fibre with wool can help to held the twist definition in some carpet styles, providing improved wearing ability and reduced shedding from short fibres.
Search our Wool Blends carpets

Which Style to Choose

There are three basic carpet construction types that are used to create different styles and textures and all have different features.

Caring for your Carpet

Take a look at our comprehensive guide to make that sure your carpet keeps its good looks for as long as possible.

We Use Quality Underlay

The surface on which your carpet is laid is just as important as the carpet itself. It is for this very reason that we stock the very best!