Greige Academy Commercial Remnant 5669 is a 20-ounce solution-dyed Olefin. So, what is Commercial Carpet? Simply put, commercial carpeting looks nice and is easy to customize to a person’s taste. Carpet patterns can help a workspace feel more dynamic and liven things up. Commercial carpeting, especially broadloom carpeting, is relatively affordable and easier to install.
The biggest difference between residential and commercial grade carpets is Expectation. What is a person’s expectation when purchasing commercial carpet? Commercial grade carpet needs to retain a beautiful appearance for several years. It also needs to provide a well-maintained and professional atmosphere.
One of the biggest advantages of commercial carpeting is that it reduces the overall volume of the workplace. Offices with high levels of ambient noise from voices and equipment can lead to employees feeling over-stimulated and exhausted. Carpeting, however, traps and absorbs the sound of footsteps and other noises, soothing the ears of your workers
Solution dying is kind of like the color of a carrot. When you cut a carrot, the color is orange through and through. The color remains the same throughout the carrot. Solution-dyed carpet is a polymer in the form of a pellet. This pellet is already the color of the carpet. The pellet is then extruded into the carpet fiber where it is never dyed. There are some serious benefits to a solution-dyed carpet. For starters, it is one of the most colorfast materials in the industry. For example, spaces that get lots of natural sunlight, won’t fade. Also, you could use a 50/50 solution of bleach and water to spot clean the carpet. Because it starts the color, it will not fade.