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Flooring Category: Rug Flooring

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How to choose the type of rug for your needs and budget.

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When considering purchasing rugs for your house, become familiar with the types of rugs available and the respective primary purpose of each such type.  Rugs are basically made up of four typical types of material:  1) polyester; 2) nylon; 3) olefin; and 4) wool.

All the four types of rugs are the most typical-popular.  While, arguably, all four types stand to do fine for home use overall, each type serves a particular purpose more so than others, along with having its own relative purchase price range, all as follows:

  • Polyester rugs.  These rugs come in a variety of vibrant colors, though they are less hard-wearing as such a material is less durable compared to other materials.  Of course, being less durable, such rugs are relatively cheaper than rugs that are a lot more durable.

  • Nylon rugs.  These rugs are very hard-wearing and otherwise very durable, is often one of the most expensive kinds of rugs, primarily more expensive than polyester and olefin rugs.

  • Olefin rugs.  These rugs, while not as durable as rugs of other materials, like nylon, are relatively resilient in maintaining their color and camouflaging the appearance of dirt.  Comparatively, such rugs are about in the same price rage as that of polyester, and are often significantly cheaper than nylon and wool.

  • Wool rugs.  These rugs are not only gorgeous in appearance, they are resilient in maintaining their color and being very durable for hard-wearing purposes, though they are the most expensive type of rugs available on the market today.

These are just some of the four typical types of rugs you should consider when planning to buy rugs for your home.

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