Is carpet flooring for you?

Is carpet flooring for you?

Carpeting is a product that truly keeps up with the times! Modern technology has enabled mills to create larger color palettes, extra durability, and stain resistance.

Remember the shag rug's iconic 1970s gold, green and brown colors? It's now available in red, orange, blue, green, purple, and more. In addition, carpets today can address specific needs, such as kid-and-pet-friendly, eco-friendly or hypoallergenic.

Digital patterning allows the design to go all the way through the fiber. This creates a more vivid pattern, brighter color, and better fade resistance.

It's highly functional, too. Here's why it might be ideal for you.


In our carpet store, you'll see a wide selection of fibers and styles.

Many fibers are inherently hypoallergenic. Nylon, for instance, is synthetic but repels mold and mildew and is easy to clean.

Vacuuming gets surface dirt, but anything left over gets trapped in fibers. So they remain there until deep-cleaned. This acts as an air filter instead of letting them circulate in the air to breathe.

Our staff will advise you on the best hypoallergenic rugs.

Cushioning to reduce sound

The cushioning deadens the sound of footsteps, muffled conversations, and beeping devices. This makes a soft surface floor covering ideal, especially for bedrooms where there are infants, young children, and shift workers who sleep at odd hours.

Safety and cushioning from hard falls

A rug has good traction (a non-skid surface) that prevents slips and falls. Accidents happen, though, so if anyone falls, there's enough cushioning to make for a soft landing.

Award-winning flooring source in Shenandoah Valley

For over 50 years, Eagle Carpet Inc has provided the area with superior products and installation. We want to give you an outstanding carpet flooring installation.

Our floor-covering inventory carries names such as Mohawk, Shaw, and others. Visit us in Harrisburg, VA, convenient to Shenandoah, Verona, Staunton, Luray, Monterey, Waynesboro, Charlottesville, VA, Brandywine, and Franklin, WV.