Nylon and polyester rugs are excellent choices, and they run neck-in-neck in popularity. Nylon accounts for over 50% of all residential carpets; polyester is the preferred choice of home builders, mainly because of cost.

Durability is a significant consideration when choosing carpeting; you’ll want something that will hold up for a long time.

That will depend mainly on your lifestyle and wallet. Here is a breakdown to help you decide which is right for you.

The strength of a superpower

Nylon is known for its incredible resiliency. That is the capability of bouncing back into shape after compaction.

Nylon is naturally mold and mildew resistant with superior stain and a protectant. As a result, it is ideal for busy, heavily trafficked rooms.

Inherently stain resistant

This floor covering is non-absorbent. When combined with a protectant, stain resistance goes through the roof.

It's less expensive than nylon but also somewhat less resilient. So it's best to keep it in moderately busy rooms.

The two categories of fiber

You'll find both natural and synthetic fibers in our showroom. Wool is natural. Olefin (polypropylene) and triexta are synthetics.

Durable and budget-friendly, olefin is often associated with looped styles. Triexta is known for strength and permanent stain resistance built into the fiber.

All are good; it will come down to your personal preference. The experts in our carpet store can help you decide.

No job is ever too big or too small for us

At Aroma'z Home Flooring & Design, we believe the installation is just as necessary as the product. It's the final step in completing your dream carpet flooring experience.

Visit us today! We have showrooms in both Cinnaminson & Hamilton, NJ. You'll see a complete inventory with brands like Mohawk, Dixie Home, and Stanton.

We are convenient to Burlington Township, Cherry Hill, Trenton, Robbinsville Township, Mount Laurel Township, Lawrence Township, Pennsauken Township, and Levittown.