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Foote Bros. Carpet One Floor & Home is your local expert when it comes to carpet. Our selection of carpet flooring is made up of only quality products and brands. You can come to us as your local carpet flooring experts, and we can help you narrow down your selection to find the best carpet for your home. Our flooring professionals know carpet well and can help you find the best floor for your home.

We use the unique Carpet One Floor & Home Select-A-Floor system to help you find your new carpet. This system narrows down your carpet selection based on your style preferences, lifestyle, and even by warranty level. We have carpets that are perfect for families who have pets in their home, or for homeowners who frequently entertain guests in their home. We’ll make your next carpet buying experience a good one.

Expert Advice - Choosing a Carpet Style

Jim Aaron, our VP of Merchandising for Carpet One Floor & Home, shares some information on the different carpet styles that are available.

Benefits of Carpet

Carpet comes along with several different benefits in addition to being comfortable and durable. Some carpets are great for homeowners who suffer from allergies because dust and dirt stay on top so it can be easily vacuumed and stay out of your breathing zone. We also have stain resistant carpets that come along with several different benefits and are great for households with pets and young children. We even feature our very own exclusive carpets that feature H2O™ technology that makes them entirely waterproof.


Types of Carpet

Carpet is made from fibers that are twisted into piles. These fibers are made from different materials and can have an impact on how a carpet performs in your home. Synthetic carpet fibers include nylon, polyester, triexta, and olefin. Wool carpets are made from a natural fiber, making them eco-friendly, sustainable, and also allergy friendly. As we mentioned before, piles are the fibers twisted up, which impacts the overall style of the carpet. There are cut piles, loop piles, and even cut and loop piles.

A carpet that balances performance and style is important. The most important thing you need to do is choose the right type of carpet. There are five main types: level loop, patterned, textured, frieze, and plush.

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Where Can Carpet Be Installed?

Carpet is designed to handle daily activity in your home, and can last years. Carpet is traditionally installed in bedrooms and living rooms or other low traffic areas. They can also be installed in children’s playrooms, on staircases, and in hallways. We offer carpets that are resistant to staining, wear, and fade. Those types of carpets can be installed in heavily trafficked areas like hallways and staircases. Be sure to stop in our showroom to see our full collection of carpets.

Our Carpet Selection

At Foote Bros. Carpet One Floor & Home, we are proud to be your neighborhood experts when it comes to carpet. As part of our selection of carpet brands, we have Carpet One Floor & Home exclusives such as Relax, it’s… Lees, Tigressá, Resista Soft Style, and Innovia™ Xtreme Clean. Visit us in Gadsden or Anniston to see our entire carpet collection.

  1. Lees carpet

    Lees carpet offers a leading warranty.

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  2. Tigressa H2O waterproof carpet

    Tigressa H2O features a waterproof construction.

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  3. Innovia carpet

    Innovia combines style and performance.

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Types of Carpet

Not all carpet is made with the same materials or made to look the same. Follow the link below to learn about the different types of carpets we offer in our showroom and find out which would be best for your home.

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Carpet Maintenance

When it comes to caring for your carpet, always make sure you check your manufacturer’s warranty before using new products. Follow the link below to learn about different carpet care tips.

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