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Your Carpet Experts

Is style and comfort a top priority, or are you looking for a flooring option that can withstand wear-and-tear while also balancing cost and durability? Regardless of what type of carpet you’re after, there’s something out there perfect for meeting all your needs. It might be one of the following:

The Best Carpet Types for Your Basement


One of the best carpets for basements is polyester. This synthetic material is budget-friendly, naturally stain-resistant, and doesn’t retain moisture. While it is a softer flooring option it is tougher to clean than other carpet materials due to the fact that it isn’t oil resistant. That being said, should any part of the carpet sustain damage, it is inexpensive and easy to replace. Source: Wayfair


One step up from polyester and one of the most popular carpet options, nylon is more durable, but it’s also more expensive. It has great stain resistance and is easy to maintain, usually needing just the occasional vacuuming to stay clean. If you are able to keep basement humidity low enough to make steam cleaning practical, you’re in luck because steam actually revives the synthetic fibers in a nylon carpet. On the downside, nylon isn’t as soft as other materials, and it generates a lot of static electricity. Source: Hunker


Olefin wicks away moisture and does not generate static. It repels stains and is ideal for light entertainment or light use basements. Olefin mimics the look of wool carpet and has many options that will fit in with your décor. 


Triexta gives the durability and appearance of nylon. It has the moisture and stain resistance of polyester. It is plush, which supports foot traffic when installed over the concrete floor of the basement. Triexta is excellent for heavy traffic basements and entertaining. Source: HomeDecorBliss

Natural Wool

Natural wool Berber carpet is the splurge option. It’s super soft, durable, sustainable, and long-lasting. Treated well, it can last the life of your home. Expect to pay about $80 per square yard for a basic wool Berber. Source: Angi

If you’d like some expert advice on which type of carpet will best fit your budget, lifestyle and decor needs, don’t hesitate to call us! We’ll be happy to assist you.