One of the questions we often hear from carpet shoppers is, “Which is really better, a soft or hard surface?”
Watertown Floor Covering, LLC is a leader in the flooring industry, and one of our specialties is residential and commercial rugs. For 65 years, we’ve been servicing the Greater Boston area, including Burlington, Woburn, Boston and Watertown, from our Waltham showroom. Working so closely with the design and architectural community, we’ve noticed that they’re moving away from paper blueprints, so we’ve expanded our technology, too, and we now have such sophisticated software as AutoCAD and Callidus.
We all know the kind of beauty and elegance carpet adds to a home, but you may not realize just how hard it also works. For one, it provides insulation between floors, so it can keep things quiet, and because of that insulation, it can also be an energy-saver, retaining either warm or cool air.
This one may shock you: It is good for health, and that includes allergies and asthma. The fibers trap pollutants and other undesirable materials. They stay there until there is professional steam cleaning; vacuuming alone doesn’t do it, because it can’t get in as deep as professionals can.
Concerns about spills, stains and pet accidents are also reduced. Most now have technology that addresses this. Finally, there’s excellent traction, which means no slipping, sliding or running into