It is carpet underlay that is one of the most important parts of your vehicle’s interior, as it is meant to provide a layer of protection against water and unwanted sound. Unfortunately, car builders typically only provide a very thin layer of protection between the steel flooring and carpet in their vehicles.
If you are unfamiliar with the types of carpets available, don’t worry, you are not alone. There are basically two main types – cut pile and loop pile carpets. While there are many fancy names for carpets, they are basically all just subcategories of the two main types. Although, the fancy names do give a hint as to how carpets are constructed, either cut or looped, with variations in the height of the fibres and the twists used.
Even though moulded carpet provides a luxurious look to any vehicle, there are those times when you should opt for general moulded vinyl flooring for yours in place of it. We state this since carpet is a bit difficult to clean if you work or drive in areas where you are going to be tracking dirt and debris in each time that you enter the vehicle.
When the original flooring in your vehicle begins to show wear and tear from years of use, you need to consider replacing it in order to maintain the value and attractiveness of your vehicle.
As you use a car, it is normal for the carpet to show signs of wear after a period of time. When this occurs, you need to seek out a reputable source for quality vehicle carpets to refurbish your vehicle’s interior. Thanks to our wide assortment of products and 26 years in business, All Car Carpets is the place to turn for durable, attractive carpets for your car.