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    Propert # 03 & 04,100 Feet Rd, Vajarahalli Village, Bangalore City Municipal Corporation Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560062

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Carpet Flooring


Being soft, durable, scratch, and stain-resistant, nylon is the most popular carpet material choice.


A sustainable carpet material, known for its ability to hold vibrant and fade-resistant colours.


Widely used in commercial applications, Polypropylene (Olefin) is almost as soft as nylon and easy to clean.


Made from natural resources, wool is the softest carpet material with amazing thermal insulation capability.

Cut pile

They are soft, comforting, and easy-to-clean carpets that come in various styles.

Loop pile

Perfect for high-traffic areas as they are durable, easy to clean, and stain-resistant.

Level loop pile

Perfect choice for an elegant and luxurious look, these are very durable and easy to clean as well.

It is easy to install, versatile, cost-effective, durable, sustainable, and requires low maintenance.

Pile height is the density of the fibres in the carpet. It determines the total thickness of carpets.

The best method is steam cleaning and the second best is dry cleaning.

Carpet padding is a cushioned layer made from foam, fibre, nylon, and other materials. It is placed underneath the carpet to provide better protection and increase the comfort level.

Depending largely on the type of carpet and its maintenance, carpet flooring lifespan can be between 5 to 15 years.

If the room is perfectly square or rectangular, simply multiply the width by the length. If it isn't, then measure each area and break the room down into smaller rectangular shapes, the total will be the answer. (Add 5% extra to the total to be on the safe side).

Cost depends on the carpet material, design, and the brand, it typically ranges from 60 to 250 Rs per sq. ft.

Commercial carpet is designed to stand up against heavy foot traffic on a daily basis. On the other hand, residential carpet can wear out in no time if installed in a business setting.

Vinyl Flooring

A Stone Plastic Composite (SPC) is a premium Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) with a rigid core made from powdered limestone, polyvinyl chloride, and plasticisers. Depending on the manufacturer, an SPC luxury vinyl plank can also consist of a UV layer, a wear layer, a decorative layer, or a bottom cushion layer.

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) and Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) are luxury vinyl floorings that imitate traditional hardwood flooring or ceramic flooring. Luxury vinyl floorings are comparatively durable, waterproof, and are also cheaper.

Vinyl tiles are usually made up of polyvinyl chloride and other materials such as plasticisers, trace stabilisers, resin, or pigments. The multiple layers of vinyl flooring are run through rollers, sandwiched together to give us the durable luxury vinyl tiling.

Vinyl tiles are scratch-resistant, waterproof, and durable, making them a suitable flooring option for any room. The floors can also be installed in bathrooms and the kitchen, where moisture is present at high levels.

Vinyl flooring can range from a size thickness of 2mm to 8mm or more. The thicker floorings are usually used in commercial spaces and the thinner ones for residential purposes.

Vinyl Floors are easy to clean, and sweeping and vacuuming the floors regularly can help maintain clean floors. Using a damp sponge or mop to clean the floor will also help. Always make sure to clean spills right away and avoid drenching the floors.

Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) is much more scratch-resistant and durable than most hardwood floors.

Depending on various factors, Luxury Vinyl Planks can last about 10 to 20 years if maintained and installed properly.

LVP flooring manufacturers can issue the warranty period depending on several factors. However, most manufacturers provide 10 to 20 years of warranty. For thicker floorings, some manufacturers provide a warranty of up to 25 years.

Wooden Flooring

Laminate floors, a hybrid flooring option, are a popular alternative to hardwood flooring. They are made from high-density fiberboard and consist of four layers: wear layer, image layer, backing, and core layer. These four layers are fused using the direct-pressure laminate (DPL) construction method at high heat.

Laminate wooden flooring can be used in any room, but it is better to find an alternative option for rooms where the floor can get easily wet or if excess moisture is present. Water can easily damage the laminate wooden flooring, and the floor can also get slippery when wet, so laminate wooden flooring is not a good option for bathrooms and kitchens.

Hardwood flooring is completely manufactured from real wood, but Laminate flooring is made of a fiberboard topped with multiple layers to give it a smooth finish. In addition, a photographic image of wood is laminated into the laminate flooring to give it a look of hardwood flooring.

As long as the existing tile flooring is intact and in good shape, you can install your laminate flooring over them. However, if there are loose tiles or cracks in the existing tile flooring, your install of the laminate flooring can fail.

Traditionally, the floor was usually glued, nailed or stapled onto the subfloor, but a floating floor is not attached to the subfloor using any of these methods. It is connected to one another like a puzzle.

A laminate flooring can start from 6mm in thickness and go up to 15mm in thickness. You can choose the desired thickness of the floor depending on the subfloor and other requirements such as noise cancellation before installing your laminate flooring.

It is quite easy to clean laminate wooden floors, and sweeping with a dry brush or vacuuming with a hard-surface attachment can do the trick. If it is necessary, you can also slightly mop the floors using a damp mop or sponge.

Laminate flooring is popular compared to solid hardwood flooring because it is scratch-resistant, and easy to clean and install. Laminate flooring is also much cheaper compared to solid hardwood flooring.

A laminate flooring AC rating measures the rate at which laminate flooring is likely to wear and its resistance to impact. The rating can range from AC1 to AC6, with AC1 suitable for residential purposes and AC6 ideal for industrial purposes.

Depending on the service provider, laminate flooring can have a warranty period spanning several years, and some companies even offer a lifetime warranty period. Usually, laminate flooring lasts an average of 15 to 25 years or even longer.