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Carpet Guide

Nothing comforts quite like carpet. A longstanding flooring favorite for homes of all sizes, carpet is offered up in thousands of options, making it now accessible to nearly anyone. At Pinnell’s Carpet One Floor & Home of Angels Camp and Sonora, CA we can help you fulfill your every carpet need.


Whether you have a quiet household or one that’s constantly chaotic, today there are carpets to meet all types of budgets and needs. Trendy or traditional, today’s carpet flooring comes with some impressive benefits. Are you considering a carpet installation? Here are some things to keep in mind as you explore your different carpet options.


Carpet Types


What do you look for in a new carpet? Here’s where it’s important to pay attention, as it’s what’s inside the counts. We’re talking about carpet pile: your rug’s literal fibers. Carpet pile is made from a wide variety of natural and synthetic materials, including wool, nylon, and polyester. Each pile type performs differently in terms of texture, wear, and appearance. Among the different carpeting construction types are level loop, frieze, patterned, textured, and plush.



Carpet Installation


While we don’t advise using carpeting in the kitchen or bathroom, we promise you’ll find endless options for pretty much everywhere else. In fact, there are even indoor-outdoor carpets that are a wonderful addition to your three-season porch or sunroom. Our onsite flooring experts can guide you toward the smartest options.


Our Carpet Selection


Pinnell’s Carpet One Floor & Home is proud to be part of the world’s largest independent flooring cooperative. We can offer you the advantages of incredible purchasing power, ongoing value, and friendly services, with our inventory spanning all the leading carpet brands. Want to learn more? Call us today or stop by one of our two locations soon to browse our carpeting displays. Can’t visit us? Shop our carpet products online.



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Carpet Care

Carpeting has definitely been refined in recent years, making today’s soft surfaces sturdier than ever.

Still, it’s smart to do your part to keep your carpeting clean and pristine.