Carpet & Rugs

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Cozy, Beautiful and Welcoming

Benefits of Carpet

Created by leading design professionals who know color, pattern and trends, our carpet presents a world of wonderful solutions for your home. Whether your setting is formal or informal, quiet or high-traffic, an empty nest or a house full of kids, we have the right carpet style for you.

Following are the main carpet categories—texture, twist, loop, and pattern—one of which is sure to add spice to your space:

  • Texture—The velvety look and feel of smoothly cut yarns. May be deeply or lightly textured to create a fresh, easy-care surface.
  • Twist—The twist is back in this lighthearted carpet trend. It’s relaxed but elegant and sumptuous to the touch.
  • Loop—Modern interpretation of handcrafted styling. For active areas, where you want sass and sophistication without worry.
  • Pattern—Almost an art form. Cut and uncut loops form distinctive designs, for decorating with originality and flair.

Before & During


We help you every step of the way after you’ve selected your new floor: professional on-site measurement, removal of old flooring, and skilled installation. We do it all expertly, so your floor will look amazing and give lasting satisfaction. Learn the particulars about tile and stone installation here.


You want a problem-free installation and, to help ensure it, here’s a checklist of things to do before the installer arrives.

  • Existing Flooring

    Make sure you know who’s removing your existing flooring. If you wish, the installer will do it. If not, you should make arrangements to have it removed.

  • Who’s moving the furniture?

    Decide in advance if you want to take on the responsibility or if you want the installer to handle it. Either way, be sure to remove all fragile items from the room.

  • Measure door clearances Before

    If the new floor is thicker than your existing floor, door bottoms may rub. Plan in advance to have someone shave or saw the correct amount off the bottom of each door so it does not drag.

  • Paint First

    If you’re planning to paint, wallpaper, or do any other remodeling in the room, it’s best to do it before your tile is installed. Keep extra paint to touch up any post-installation nicks.

During Installation

To make your carpet look good now and for a long time to come, proper installation is critical. Here’s the procedure an experienced installation professional will follow:

  • Prepare the Surface

    Carpet can be installed over most smooth surfaces. Your installer will make sure the surface is clean, dry, and level.

  • Put up tack strips and lay carpet pad

    The installer will nail or glue tack strips to hold the carpet in place. Then the pad is laid and secured with staples or glue.

  • Stretch the carpet

    This is a work-intensive step that professionals follow carefully, complying with industry standards so that the carpet will give the best performance for the longest time.

  • Line Up Seams

    This step is simpler for solid carpet and more complex for patterns—but your professional installer is trained to handle either.

It’s a good idea to check with us directly to find out if there are other actions we recommend before installation. Just call a member of our friendly sales staff.

Keep Your Carpet Just-Like-New

Care & Maintenance of Carpet

Carpet may be one of the easiest types of flooring to take care of. Learn how to keep yours looking great over time with a simple care program:

No Carpet Is Absolutely Stain Proof

Some carpets have stain resistant treatments that improve your ability to clean stains, but not prevent them. Similarly, carpets with soil resistant treatments reduce the rate of soiling, but all carpets require regular care and maintenance. Resist carpet soil and stains with R2X, Shaw’s own breakthrough technology.

Stains & Soil

The majority of stain complaints are actually soil related. For example, many sugar-based spills, such as soft drinks and coffee, leave a sugar residue after removal. This sticky residue readily attracts soil from ordinary shoe traffic, and the resulting discolored area appears to be a stain.

The same thing happens when spills are cleaned with a detergent solution and the area is not sufficiently rinsed with plain water, leaving a sticky detergent residue. It is important to rinse thoroughly with water and blot dry after removing any spill.

You will want to reference the manufacturer’s warranty for specific care requirements.

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All The Styles and Designs You Can Think Of!

Benefits of Area Rugs

No matter what your tastes, décor, or preferences are, we can help. We offer area rugs that come in many different styles and designs, so it’s easy to find the right look for you.

Here are a few tips to get you started—because it’s important to know the major decision points in shopping for this exciting purchase:


The color on your floor makes a big impact in the room—so it’s important to give it serious consideration when you’re rug shopping. Of course, your new rug needs to coordinate—but it can either quietly and subtly complement your décor, make a bold splash as a focal point, or become the basis for your entire design scheme. Another thing to consider is that light-colored rugs make a room seem airy, while darker styles create an intimate feeling.


If you are looking to create a focal point, opt for bold colors and more active or ornate designs. But if a rug’s purpose is to quietly complement existing décor, a solid color or subtle pattern works best.


In a room with heavy traffic, a solid, dark rug works best to disguise wear and tear. For an heirloom that will survive generations, invest in a rug with timeless design and sturdy construction.


Rug designs usually fall into contemporary, traditional, or transitional categories. Each is a distinctive look, and your choice among the three will be a defining decision, highly expressive of your personal style. Generally, geometrics and simple patterns work well in contemporary rooms, while florals and other organics are nice in traditional spaces. A lot of solid rugs are seen now, lending texture, interest, and a very chic look. But if the activity level is high at your house, keep in mind that patterned rugs are forgiving and less likely to show stains!


Rugs come in both natural and man-made fibers. Wool, silk, cotton, and jute are natural fibers—often prized for their appealing appearance, warmth and, in the case of wool and silk, their luster. But rugs of these fibers are often relatively expensive. On the other hand, rugs of man-made fibers like nylon and polypropylene are usually far cheaper. These rugs can have an elegance that mimics that of natural-fiber rugs. They’re also durable and easy to maintain. Many have recycled content and are even fully recyclable.

No Rug is Accident Proof!

Care & Maintenance of Area Rugs

Please be sure to reference your area rug warranty for specific care requirements! For your general information, however, here are some basic tips and facts:

  • Regular cleaning: Regular vacuuming will help rugs retain their beauty and will extend their useful life. In light to medium traffic areas, vacuum twice weekly. In the heavy traffic areas, vacuum daily.
  • Shag-type rugs: Care must be taken to protect the cable yarn when you’re vacuuming your rug. Long yarns tend to wrap around beater-bars, and vacuum brushes will damage the fiber. So disconnect the beater-bar (consult your vacuum owner’s manual) to avoid this damage. You may wish to buy a carpet rake to use in conjunction with your vacuum. With the beater-bar disconnected, set your vacuum to the lowest height setting (for best suction); rake the carpet to loosen soil, and then follow with the vacuum!
  • Occasional cleaning: Professional carpet cleaning is recommended periodically using the hot water extraction method. Do not dry clean your rugs or use bleach.
  • Handling spills: Clean food and beverage spills immediately. Blot with a clean cloth, then spot clean with a solution of clear dishwashing detergent and water (1/4 tsp dishwashing detergent to 1 quart of warm water). Rinse with water and blot dry. Do not dry clean and do not bleach. BLOT ONLY! Do not rub or scrub!

No Area Rug Is Absolutely Stain Proof

Handling spills

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