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What is Moquette Carpet?

At Bloomsburg Carpet, we offer a variety of luxury carpets in different styles, colors, patterns, and materials. Moquette carpet is particularly beautiful and makes the perfect addition to any home or business. Let’s take a closer look at what Moquette carpet is and why you should invest in it.

What is Moquette Carpet?

The term “moquette” comes from the French word for “carpet” and indicates carpet cut from a dense cluster of fibers. The result of cutting from such a dense pile is incredibly thick, soft carpet that is comfortable underneath feet. Additionally, the thickness of this carpet makes it durable and long-lasting.

Beautifully textured and offered in 5 fresh colors at Bloomsburg, Moquette carpet features a beautifully textured and rugged solution-dyed nylon construction. Its overlay of boasts contrasting braided face yarns.

This type of carpet also features 100% solution-dyed nylon face yarns, using a minimum of 25% post-consumer recycled material. It offers cradle-to-cradle recycling and creates a durable, cleanable broadloom carpet that is both unique and modern.

Check out Moquette for yourself by contacting your local agent, downloading the Moquette brochure here, or by ordering a free sample at bloomsburgcarpet.com. Additionally, you can take a look at the photos below.

Watch the New Moquette Video

For further information regarding the weaving, dye, and long lifespan of this beautiful type of carpet, watch the video below.

For more information and to view our Tuva Bloomsburg, Silver Creek, and Bloomsburg Hospitality product lines, contact us today.

How Can Bloomsburg Carpet Help?

At Bloomsburg Carpet, our mission is to provide satisfied customers with beautiful, intricate, high-quality flooring that will last a lifetime. Whether you are searching for a rug or carpet for a home or business, we want to help! If you have any further questions or would like to view our style selection, call us today.

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