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Carpet Store in Dickinson, ND

Whether you're selecting carpet for your home or office, Floor To Ceiling Carpet One Floor & Home in Dickinson, North Dakota, offers a great selection. Our flooring experts can help answer your questions and guide you in the right direction to finding the perfect carpet for your home. As your local carpet flooring store, we have access to the most up-to-date industry information and trends to help you make the perfect purchasing decision. 


Carpet makes a home feel more relaxing. It is what you want to put your feet on during cold mornings, and after long days at work or being on your feet. It's a great flooring option for a child's room and living rooms because it naturally insulates and absorbs noise. With many colors and textures to choose from there is a carpet that fits your needs and budget. Find high quality carpet that helps you express your unique style.


What are the Different Types of Carpet?

Today’s carpets are designed to stand up to foot traffic, wear, spills, and other challenges. We carry options that are meant for homes with children and pets, as well as business spaces with busy interiors. The first thing to understand about the different types of carpet available is fibers. Fibers impact the way a carpet functions in your home, you can choose from synthetic fibers like nylon or natural fibers like wool. Here’s a summary of the different carpet fibers:


     Nylon carpet fibers are synthetic, durable, and soft. It’s one of the pricier fiber types on the market, but it also

     has one of the best track records for tear and wear-resistance.


     Polyester fibers are soft and naturally resistant to stains that aren’t oil-based. Polyester carpets are usually

     cheaper than nylon, although this all depends on the quality of the fibers. 


    Triexta is a newer fiber on the market that competes with nylon in terms of strength. It also has the same 

    stain- fighting properties as polyester as these two fiber types are technically cousins.


     Olefin/polypropylene carpeting is extremely soft and fade-resistant. It’s more prone to wear than other fiber

     types, making it a good choice for low-traffic spaces. 


      Wool carpets are made from sheep coats. Since they naturally regrow their coats, this is an eco-friendly,

      renewable resource. Wool pile is naturally crush-resistant thanks to its curly structure, and the pile is

      biodegradable when it’s time to update your floors.


Beyond carpet fiber types, you should consider performance features. We carry waterproof carpets, stain-resistant carpets, commercial-grade carpet options, and more. Stain-resistant carpets typically have a protective coat that blocks liquids from sinking into the fibers and leaving a perm ante stain. Most stain-causing substances can be easily removed using only a damp, clean cloth. We have a wide array of stain-resistant carpet colors, textures, patterns, and styles to choose from: all of which provide a safe, hygienic, and comfortable surface. 



Where Can You Install Carpet?

With carpet’s insulating properties and unmatched comfort, installing it in your home is a sound investment. Carpet is best suited for rooms that are on and above level, so places like bedrooms, home offices, and living rooms are great choices. There are also waterproof carpet options like Oath by Resista® that are perfect for homes with children and pets running around and they can be installed in finished basements


Our Carpet Selection

We are proud to be your local retailer when it comes to carpet. We are also a member of the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative, which gives us the benefit of being able to compete with the buying power of the big box stores. As part of our selection of carpet brands, we have Carpet One Floor & Home exclusives such as Relax, it’s… Lees®, Tigressá®, and Oath by Resista®.



How to Care for Carpet


When you take care of your carpet flooring, you are able to maintain the beauty of your flooring and extend its life cycle. You can choose to care for your carpet yourself or hire professional services.