You’ll Get the Area’s Best Pricing, Selection, and Brands at Northville’s Favorite Carpeting Store


Carpeting Store Northville Michigan - American Carpet Center - sub-page-imageReady to sink your toes into pure delight? Great news! Carpeting is making a comeback, and this year’s carpet trends include big, bold florals, animal prints, and textures of all kinds. Nothing warms up a room and ties it together like beautiful carpeting. American Carpet in Northville is Metro-Detroit’s largest carpeting showroom with samples from name brands like Mohawk, Shaw, Stainmaster, Fabrica, and more. No other carpeting store offers our selection, our prices, or professional carpet installation like we do.

With so many styles, colors, and textures to choose from, it’s hard to know what carpeting will work best for your room. At American Carpet Center, we’re more than a local carpeting store. When you come to our carpeting showroom, we’ll greet you with a warm smile and take the time to learn about your style and the rooms you want to carpet before we show you carpet samples and talk about our carpet installation.

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What’s the Best Carpet for Your Home?

Carpeting Store Northville Michigan - American Carpet Center - carpet-selection1That depends. The two main decisions you’ll need to make when you visit our carpeting showroom are fibers and styles. Each carpet style has pluses and minuses and choosing the best carpet style for each room will depend on your personal needs, like durability, stain-resistance, ease to clean, etc. From there, you can narrow your choices by color, pattern, and most important, quality. As the area’s leading carpeting store, we have carpeting experts who can explain the pros and cons of each carpet style and fiber, and help you find the perfect carpet for every room in your home.

FIND YOUR PERFECT CARPET

Carpet Fibers

Nylon

Because of its strength and durability, nylon is the most widely used fiber for carpet. Premium nylon fibers are most specified by architects and designers for demanding commercial and residential application. It has a soft feel, is resilient and resists most artificial dyes and oil-based stains.

Wool

Although wool fiber offers warmth, softness, and durability, it is also more expensive, comes in fewer styles and has a more limited color range than nylon.

Polyester

Most of the polyester yarn is made from P.E.T. P.E.T. is created from recycled plastic bottles. Advanced filament P.E.T. polyester yarn is luxurious, colorful and has inherently superior stain resistant properties, and it's engineered for durability and performance.

Polypropylene

Known for its moisture, stain and fade resistance, polypropylene carpet fiber (also known as olefin) is mainly used in commercial applications, Berber, and indoor-outdoor carpet. It’s a durable and a resilient fiber.

Carpet Styles

Texture

Curled, twisted, or twisted tufts make for a textured surface that helps mask footprints. Especially suitable for less formal decors.

Frieze

A type of textured carpet with highly twisted tufts that curl at the surface of the pile. Especially suitable for higher traffic areas.

Loop

Loop pile with tufts of equal height or multi-level loops. Multi-level loops form beautiful patterns using solid colors. Broad application carpet with durable wear in either construction.

Pattern Cut Pile

Has sophisticated look made by using a Saxony yarn, but generating a pattern look by tufting cut pile and loop pile with a level pile height. Appropriate for formal or informal room schemes.

Cut Pile Berber

Casual cut pile construction using a combination of big tufts and small tufts. This type of carpet usually contains small flecks of dark color on lighter shade background colors. Informal in construction but adds excitement to any room.

Saxony

A dense level-cut pile. Yarn tufts are closely packed, presenting a smooth, luxurious surface. Generally used for formal settings.

Cut-Loop

Yarns are tufted into large islands of high cut tufts and lower loop tufts to form a sculptured pattern. Suits more informal settings.


Get Fast Carpeting Installation from American Carpet Center

With over 35 years in the flooring industry, we are pros at carpet installation. When you buy carpeting from American Carpet, we’ll coordinate your carpet installation around your schedule- then we’ll show up on time and ready to remove old carpeting or just install the new one. Our crew has been with us since the beginning, so your carpet installation will be tight, smooth, and wrinkle-free.

VISIT OUR SHOWROOM

What’s the Best Carpet for Your Home?

Carpeting Store Northville Michigan - American Carpet Center - carpet-selection1That depends. The two main decisions you’ll need to make when you visit our carpeting showroom are fibers and styles. Each carpet style has pluses and minuses and choosing the best carpet style for each room will depend on your personal needs, like durability, stain-resistance, ease to clean, etc. From there, you can narrow your choices by color, pattern, and most important, quality. As the area’s leading carpeting store, we have carpeting experts who can explain the pros and cons of each carpet style and fiber, and help you find the perfect carpet for every room in your home.

FIND YOUR PERFECT CARPET

Carpet Fibers

Nylon

Because of its strength and durability, nylon is the most widely used fiber for carpet. Premium nylon fibers are most specified by architects and designers for demanding commercial and residential application. It has a soft feel, is resilient and resists most artificial dyes and oil-based stains.

Wool

Although wool fiber offers warmth, softness, and durability, it is also more expensive, comes in fewer styles and has a more limited color range than nylon.

Polyester

Most of the polyester yarn is made from P.E.T. P.E.T. is created from recycled plastic bottles. Advanced filament P.E.T. polyester yarn is luxurious, colorful and has inherently superior stain resistant properties, and it's engineered for durability and performance.

Polypropylene

Known for its moisture, stain and fade resistance, polypropylene carpet fiber (also known as olefin) is mainly used in commercial applications, Berber, and indoor-outdoor carpet. It’s a durable and a resilient fiber.

Carpet Styles

Texture

Curled, twisted, or twisted tufts make for a textured surface that helps mask footprints. Especially suitable for less formal decors.

Frieze

A type of textured carpet with highly twisted tufts that curl at the surface of the pile. Especially suitable for higher traffic areas.

Loop

Loop pile with tufts of equal height or multi-level loops. Multi-level loops form beautiful patterns using solid colors. Broad application carpet with durable wear in either construction.

Pattern Cut Pile

Has sophisticated look made by using a Saxony yarn, but generating a pattern look by tufting cut pile and loop pile with a level pile height. Appropriate for formal or informal room schemes.

Cut Pile Berber

Casual cut pile construction using a combination of big tufts and small tufts. This type of carpet usually contains small flecks of dark color on lighter shade background colors. Informal in construction but adds excitement to any room.

Saxony

A dense level-cut pile. Yarn tufts are closely packed, presenting a smooth, luxurious surface. Generally used for formal settings.

Cut-Loop

Yarns are tufted into large islands of high cut tufts and lower loop tufts to form a sculptured pattern. Suits more informal settings.


Get Fast Carpeting Installation from American Carpet Center

With over 35 years in the flooring industry, we are pros at carpet installation. When you buy carpeting from American Carpet, we’ll coordinate your carpet installation around your schedule- then we’ll show up on time and ready to remove old carpeting or just install the new one. Our crew has been with us since the beginning, so your carpet installation will be tight, smooth, and wrinkle-free.

VISIT OUR SHOWROOM

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Excellent Experience. Highly Recommended!

Jack did an excellent job! Was easy to work with and was incredibly helpful when we picked out our carpet. I was also extremely impressed with how much detail he went into when it came to installing the carpet. He described how each room would be done and had detailed drawings on how it would all fit together. More importantly, when the installers came, it went down exactly how he described it. Would work with him again in a heartbeat.* Taylor R.