Broadloom carpets
We offer the finest collection of broadloom carpets for commercial as well as residential requirements. You can choose from a wide range comprising of different styles and shapes.

The benefits of broadloom carpet includes:
  • High aesthetics
  • No visible seams
  • Provides great comfort underfoot when installed with proper padding.
Carpet - A wise home investment
A carpet adds beauty and comfort to your home. In spite of the elegance it provides it's a fact that carpet prices have increased only marginally in the last two decades. Though the quality has improved so much that today's carpets bear little resemblance to those available two decades ago.
Carpets today are truly a state-of-the-art combining aesthetics and functional properties. In short, they are the most outstanding values available to consumer today.
Understanding carpet construction
Tufted carpets - Most of the carpet you will see is "tufted", produced on tufting machines. Basically, these are huge sewing machines that insert big stitches or loops, of pile fibre into a backing material. Tufting is the fastest and most economical method of manufacturing carpet. Hence, it is less expensive than woven carpet. These carpets give serviceable quality and come in a variety of styles.
Carpet styles and textures
Today's carpet offers much more than a conventional loop pile. New technology can produce multilevel loop and cut / loop patterns. Using a solid colour, textured carpet is a great way to provide interest and elegance. Textured styles also fit well with today's active and casual lifestyles. Textured carpet can be created through the use of several construction techniques. The different construction techniques are cut pile, level loop pile, multi-level loop pile, cut and loop pile, etc.
Choosing the right carpet fibre
Wool - Wool is the original carpet fibre, the oldest in use. It offers good serviceability and beauty, takes dye well and has good resiliency. Wool is highest in price of all fibres though it is not as durable as most synthetic fibres.

Polyamide or Nylon - Nylon is the strongest of all man-made fibres and carpeting of nylon is economical to produce. It offers excellent abrasion resistance and good crush resistance. All in all, nylon makes an outstanding carpet fibre and will outline any other carpet you can buy.

Acrylics - Acrylics are light and bulky and feel more like wool than any other fibre. They offer fair abrasion resistance. Carpet of acrylic is more expensive to produce than nylon and its use has declined over the years.

Polyester - Polyester feels somewhat like wool and offers good abrasion resistance and bulk. It has fair crush resistance but is more susceptible to oil-based stains and soil.

Olefin or Polypropylene - Olefin is used primarily in applications where its resistance to fading and staining is most important. It offers good abrasion resistance and strength, but poor resilience.