As you search for the perfect floor covering, you're sure to hear about carpet "pile," even though you might not know what it means. That's what we would like to address in today's post, so follow along to learn more about this term and what it means for your new flooring.

Carpeting is what we do

Since we specialize in carpeting, we can provide all the information you need to make the best flooring decision for your home. That includes explaining terminology you’re sure to hear as you shop for your products.

The term “pile” refers to the fibers of your flooring to describe the actual length. That means “high pile” will refer specifically to longer fibers like you’ll find in shag carpet, while “low pile” describes shorter, denser fibers, like you might find in commercial carpeting.

High pile carpets are preferred when comfort, warmth, and a cozier environment are preferred. Low pile is an exceptional choice for allergy sufferers, easy cleaning and ease when moving large items across the floor.

Viewing your options in person is a great way to see these differences, so be sure to visit us when you’re in the area. We look forward to helping you find the perfect carpet tile today.

We provide the floor covering you need most

When you visit Floor & Wall Design, you’ll find that our associates are ready to help you with any flooring need you might have in mind. That includes providing assistance and answers to any critical questions as you shop.

We cater to Carrolton, Flower Mound, Coppell, The Colony, Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, Grapevine, Plano, and Lewisville, all from Lewisville, TX. So when you're ready for a carpet store that understands your flooring needs, be sure to visit us for more information.