Ink Cathedral Hill Nylon Carpet is an Anderson Tuftex product. You can make a statement without saying a word. Anderson Tuftex takes pride in its intentional craftsmanship. Great care is taken with each step in the product development process. Therefore, it ensures they design the best possible products. Cathedral Hill is proven to be Andersons most loved loop style. Also, it is backed by their 10-year loop warranty. Perfectly suited for a variety of homes, this product is for traditional or contemporary homes. It has a duel size loop and small pattern scale that brings the perfect amount of softness and texture to your floor.
Anderson Tuftex is made with Nylon fiber. What is so special about Nylon? It offers stain resistance and durability in a variety of beautiful styles and colors. It is this variety that will bring your design vision to life. There are many benefits to Nylon. Nylon offers superior resilience over other natural or synthetic fibers.
Cathedral Hill Collection also has R2X which is the industry’s most innovative carpet stain and soil system. Shaw’s exclusive R2X system goes beyond conventional repellents that only protect the surface of the carpet. With R2X, carpets are armed with total fiber coverage. It offering complete protection from the top to the bottom of the yarn. This total fiber coverage offers unprecedented protection against household spills and everyday soiling. Also, with R2X, spills that reach the base of the yarn don’t penetrate and wick back to the top as they do with conventional solutions. To learn more about R2X click this link: Shaw’s R2X Stain and soil process.
This collection is also Floor Score Certified. In other words, it is a third-party certification that tests and measures the risk of indoor air quality. A primary concern of indoor air quality is the emission level of specific volatile organic compounds or VOCs. Poor indoor air quality is caused by inadequate ventilation, poor cleaning, and excessive emissions of VOCs from surfaces and finishes. Products bearing the floor score label meets the stringent indoor air quality emissions criteria.
So, what does this mean to you? It means that your family can breathe easier. Studies show that many of us spend as much as 90% of our time indoors, at home, work, or school. If you are breathing poor quality air, you could be facing a higher risk level for a variety of health problems. Therefore, you should keep Floor Score Certified in mind when shopping for floors.