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Pure All Natural Chemical Free
Untreated Wool Carpet
(Wall to Wall & Rugs)

      All Natural Wool Carpeting   
  • 100% Pure wool - Our carpets, not including the backing, are 100% natural wool fiber. The wool comes from Great Britain, which has some of the highest quality wool in the World. Many other wool carpets brands mix sythetic fibers with wool, and most other brands use lower quality fibers.
  • Better than 'natural wool carpet.' Made of 100% natural raw materials. Even the adhesive is natural. Most other carpet brands use Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR), which is a mix of petrochemicals, as an adhesive, including carpets with the 'Green Label Plus' label. SBR is a mixture of approximately 76.5% butadiene (CH2=CH-CH=CH2) and 23.5% styrene (CH2=CHC6H5). SBR is not used in our carpets.
     
  • No harmful chemicals are used at any stage of manufacturing
     
  • Used extensively by those suffering from chemical sensitivity and those concerned about the environment.
     
  • No dyes, pesticides, or stain protections are used. Naturally pigmented wool fibers are used for coloration as opposed to any of the harsh dyes and chemical bonding agents other carpet manufacturers use. The application of chemicals can greatly affect indoor air quality through the off gassing of volatile organic compounds. 
     
  • All natural primary backing. Primary backing is made of a combination of hemp and cotton. Hemp is used for its durability, strength, and mold and mildew resistance. This is used instead of the traditional synthetic polypropylene primary. 
     
  • Wool yarns are locked into place with a natural adhesive that is derived from the rubber tree. This further helps to lock the stitches in place and prevents slippage of the yarn. This adhesive is completely biodegradable and non-toxic as well. 
     
  • Jute, a hardy earth friendly fiber producing plant, is used for the secondary backing.
     
  • No stain treatment.
     
  • Sheep are raised in a free range environment.
     
  • Flammability - Meets or exceeds methenamine pill test requirements for carpets and area rugs.
     
  • Completely Biodegradable flooring.
     
  • LEED Points

  • Made in the U.S.A.
 

All of these elements add up to make a product that is beautiful to look at yet sacrifices nothing in the way of our commitment to indoor air quality and the environment. The carpet rolls are 12 feet wide (4 yards). Tufted textured loop pile., 100% undyed wool. 

Dolomite: Tufted, textured loop pile. Yarn weight is 30oz. Yarn content is 100% undyed wool. Maximum Pile Height of 6/32". Primary Backing: Hemp/Cotton. Secondary Backing: Jute. Adhesive: Natural Rubber. Stain Treatment: None.

Pyrenees: Tufted, textured loop pile. Yarn weight is 38 oz.. Yarn content is 100% undyed wool. Maximum Pile Height of 8/32". Primary Backing: Hemp/Cotton. Secondary Backing: Jute. Adhesive: Natural Rubber. Stain Treatment: None.

McKinley: Tufted, textured loop pile. Yarn weight is 44 oz. Yarn content is 100% undyed wool. Maximum Pile Height of 8/32". Primary Backing: Hemp/Cotton. Secondary Backing: Jute. Adhesive: Natural Rubber. Stain Treatment: None.

Rainier: Tufted, random tip shear. Yarn weight is 44 oz. Yarn content is 100% undyed wool. Maximum Pile Height of 12/32". Primary Backing: Hemp/Cotton. Secondary Backing: Jute. Adhesive: Natural Rubber. Stain Treatment: None.

  • Installation- We recommend that you have an installer who can professionally install your carpet. To determine how much carpet you need, please have the installer measure the area. (Carpet rolls are 4 yards wide.)
     
  • For shipping quotes, please fill out our Carpet Freight Quote Request Form. For wall to wall carpet, it is much better to ship to a commercial address because it is cheaper, there are more shipping companies that can deliver it, and freight companies that deliver flooring only deliver to the curb/loading dock. It would be best to deliver to your carpet installer's business address if at all possible.
     
  • Shipping- allow 2-5 weeks for delivery.
     
  • We are only able to ship the carpet and rugs to North America at this time.

 

 Carpet Samples

 
  • Set Of Carpet Samples Kit:

    The best way to choose which carpet is to be able to see it and touch it. The set of samples include  a sample of Dolomite: Snowfield, Tussock, Ursus, and Granite, Pyrenees Wheat, McKinley: Cottontail, Snowfield, Honeysuckle, Silver Birch, Granite, Tussock, Dried Thistle, and Ursus, Rainier: Snowfield, Tussock, Ursus and Granite, Wool Padding, and the Rug Gripper. Each sample is approximately 4" x 4". Please make sure to see the carpet before ordering. We always recommend that you order the samples prior to ordering so that you can see, touch and smell the carpet prior to ordering. We do not recommend ordering the carpet or rugs without seeing the samples. 

    Sample Kit Price: $12.99   (Shipping within the USA is $9.88)




    All of the carpets below have the same quality. There is a difference in the weight: The Dolomite is 30 ounces per square yard and the Pyrenees is 38 ounces. These weights are true face weights.  Many other manufacture fudge on these numbers. When measuring for carpet, please remember that the carpet is 12' wide and you want to design it so that the patterns are the same direction and you minimize the number of cuts.
  • Larger Individual Samples:

    Each approximately 18" x 27". For when you know which carpet you are interested in and you would like a larger individual sample. Price: $42, including shipping within the contiguous United States.


(NOTE: Actual colors may vary depending on your computer screen, the lighting on the carpet, and the batch of carpet. We recommend ordering the sample kit above to see and feel the carpet in person.  The photos below were taken in with sunlight. They would appear darker in a darker room..)
 

  Natural Wool Carpet / No Dyes
Dolomite  Wool Carpet ( 30 ounces of wool)
Dolomite: Tufted, textured loop pile. Yarn weight is 30oz. Yarn content is 100% undyed wool. Maximum Pile Height of 6/32". Primary Backing: Hemp/Cotton. Secondary Backing: Jute. Adhesive: Natural Rubber. Stain Treatment: None.
Dolomite Snowfield Dolomite Tussock Dolomite Granite Dolomite Ursus
Dolomite Snowfield Wool Carpet  Dolomite Tussock Wool Carpet  Dolomite Granite Wool Carpet  Dolomite Ursus Wool Carpet 

Dolomite Wall To Wall Cut Price Per Square Yard
 
 
(When Ordering Between 12 SQ. YD Minimum To 119 SQ. YD)



 

$66.50  $48.93/ Sq. Yd., EWDG
 

 

Dolomite Wall To Wall  Cut Price Per Square Yard
(When Ordering 120 Square Yards or More)
 



 $66.50  $45.89/ Sq. Yd., EWDGR

 
Pyrenees Wheat  (38 ounces of wool)
Pyrenees: Tufted, textured loop pile. Yarn weight is 38 oz.. Yarn content is 100% undyed wool. Maximum Pile Height of 8/32". Primary Backing: Hemp/Cotton. Secondary Backing: Jute. Adhesive: Natural Rubber. Stain Treatment: None
 

Pyrenees Wheat Wool Carpet


(The pattern runs lengthwise on the roll.
It is a combination of Snowfield and Granite.
Rolls are 12' wide.)

Pyrenees Wheat To Wall Cut Price Per Square Yard
 
 (When Ordering Between 12 SQ. YD Minimum To 119 SQ. YD)


$74.50 $54.33/ Sq. Yd., EWPW

Pyrenees Wheat Wall To Wall  Cut Price Per Square Yard
(When Ordering 120 Square Yards or More)


$74.50 $51.29/ Sq. Yd., EWPWR

 
McKinley  (44 ounces of wool)
McKinley: Tufted, textured loop pile. Yarn weight is 44 oz. Yarn content is 100% undyed wool. Maximum Pile Height of 8/32". Primary Backing: Hemp/Cotton. Secondary Backing: Jute. Adhesive: Natural Rubber. Stain Treatment: None.
 
McKinley Cottontail McKinley Snowfield  McKinley Honeysuckle McKinley Silver Birch
McKinley Cottontail Wool Carpet McKinley Snowfield Wool Carpet McKinley Honeysuckle Wool Carpet McKinley Silver Birch
       
McKinley Granite  McKinley Tussock  McKinley Dried Thistle  McKinley Ursus 
McKinley Granite Wool Carpet  McKinley Tussock Wool Carpet  McKinley Dried Thistle Wool Carpet  McKinley Ursus Wool Carpet 

McKinley Wall To Wall Cut Price Per Square Yard
 
 
(When Ordering Between 12 SQ. YD Minimum To 119 SQ. YD)



$77.50 $56.69/ Sq. Yd., EWMS


McKinley Wall To Wall  Cut Price Per Square Yard

(When Ordering 120 Square Yards or More)

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$77.50 $53.32/ Sq. Yd., EWPMSR

 
Rainier (44 ounces of wool)
Rainier: Tufted, random tip shear. Yarn weight is 44 oz. Yarn content is 100% undyed wool. Maximum Pile Height of 12/32". Primary Backing: Hemp/Cotton. Secondary Backing: Jute. Adhesive: Natural Rubber. Stain Treatment: None.
 
Rainier Snowfield Rainier Tussock Rainier Granite Rainier Ursus
Rainier Snowfield Wool Carpet  Rainier Tussock Wool Carpet  Rainier Granite Wool Carpet  Rainier Ursus Wool Carpet 

Rainier Wall To Wall Cut Price Per Square Yard
  
(When Ordering Between 12 SQ. YD Minimum To 119 SQ. YD)



$82.00 $60.07/ Sq. Yd., EWPW


Rainier Wall To Wall  Cut Price Per Square Yard

(When Ordering 120 Square Yards or More)



$82.00 $57.03/ Sq. Yd., EWPWR


(Approximate weight of carpets: 5 to 5 1/2 pounds per square yard.)
  Wool Based Padding

Natural Wool PaddingThis wool based carpet padding is a blend of course naturally pigmented wool's mechanically needled (not glued) to a jute facing.  Eighty percent of the wool fiber is pre-consumer waste.   The padding is free from dyes, fire retardant, glues, moth proofing or adhesives.   Color will vary from charcoal brown to tan, depending upon fiber availability.   Some vegetable matter may be present.  Average  thickness is 7/16 inch, and the average weight is 30-32 oz/sq. yd.  Individuals who have a sensitivity to animal fibers should obtain a sample before ordering. 

The padding has been designed specifically for these carpets. It is just the right density and firmness to provide the proper support and cushion to maximize the performance of the carpet.

This 100% natural wool padding will provide many years of use before needing to be replaced.  When it does, we urge our customers to recycle it to the garden where it will safely biodegrade while serving as an effective weed barrier and mulch.  Over a period of 2-3 seasons the padding will completely disappear, adding nitrogen and other nutrients plants need to the soil, essentially returning to grass. This wool padding has been designed to be used for wall to wall carpet only. It is not recommended to be used for rugs.

(Sold in full rolls only, each roll is 6' wide by 37.5' long = 25 sq. yards) (EWP)

Wool Padding Pricing When Ordering WITH Our Wool Carpet

Wool Padding

25 square yards per roll: $333 $202.50/roll
(averages out to $8.10/ sq. yd.)

Wool Padding Pricing When Ordering WITHOUT Our Wool Carpet

Wool Padding

25 square yards per roll: $333 $270/roll
(averages out to $10.80/ sq. yd.)

Freight Quote Request Form

 

  Natural Wool Rugs - no dyes, serged around the edges for a nice finished look, durability and long wear.
  (please scroll up to view colors)

The photo on the right
shows what the serged edges
look like for our wool rugs.
Please see the photos above
and order samples to determine
style and color.

Rug show serged edges
SIZE STYLE COLOR PRICE Freight Quote Request Form To Order, choose color and
click on 'Add to cart' button.
$363 $275.40  
$440 $333.45  
$462 $350.32  
$484 $366.52  
SIZE STYLE COLOR PRICE Freight Quote Request Form To Order, choose color and
click on 'Add to cart' button.
$693 $527.85  
$748 $566.32  
$781 $591.30  
$803 $608.17  
SIZE STYLE COLOR PRICE Freight Quote Request Form To Order, choose color and
click on 'Add to cart' button.
$979
$741.15
 
$1,089 $825.52  
$1,144 $865.35  
$1,188 $901.12  
SIZE STYLE COLOR PRICE Freight Quote Request Form To Order, choose color and
click on 'Add to cart' button.
$1,298 $983.47  
$1,441 $1,092.82  
$1,496 $1,133.32
$1,540 $1,283.85  
Actual sizes can vary by as much as an inch.
  The Rug Gripper - 100% natural rubber, non skid

 

The Rug Gripper padding shown here is made of 100% natural rubber for use on hard surfaces.  It will provide extra comfort underfoot and helps to prevent slipping of your rug.  This pad will not stain any type of floor and an be easily cut with scissors for a custom fit to any size rug. 1/8th  inch thick. 

It is recommend that a rug gripper is used with the rugs to prevent the rug from slipping.

SIZE PRICE ITEM NO. Freight Quote Request Form
2' x 8' $27.99 EWRG28

3' x 5' $26.75 EWRG35

4' x 6' $37.50 EWRG46

5' x 8' $46.51 EWRG58

6' x 9' $60.89 EWRG69

8' x 10' $91.53 EWRG810

9' x 12' $118.67 EWRG912

10' x 12' $133.38 EWRG1012

10' x 14' $150.12 EWRG1014

  Benefits of our Wool Carpet
 
  • Naturally stain resistant. Wool repels liquids, which is what most stains come from.
  • Naturally flame resistant. Wool fibers will not ignite if exposed to flames and they self extinguish quickly.
  • Better air quality. Our wool carpet does not contain any toxic chemicals. The fibers can also hold dust particles until they have been vacuumed, which results in less dust in the air. Wool carpet can help purify the air by absorbing pollutants, according to a study by the Wool Research of New Zealand (WRONZ).
  • Durable. Because of the natural resiliency of wool, wool carpets can hold their shape and fresh look longer than other types of carpet. When stretched or crushed, they bounce back to their original shape. Synthetic fibers lose their shape more quickly. Synthetic fibers flatten, wear in high-traffic areas, wear under furniture, or pill.
  • Wool carpets are soft and luxurious. Our carpets are constructed using the highest quality wool available. This provides not only an extremely durable product but a luxuriously soft one as well. Our carpets are not coarse like many of the other natural face fiber products such as sisal, sea grass, coir and jute. Many times our products are used in nurseries because of the softness. We recommend ordering the carpet sample kit above so that you can feel them for yourself.
  • Wool carpeting has a “useful” life of 20-25 years before it needs to be replaced. Typical synthetic residential carpets will need to be replaced about every 7 years. The synthetic carpets do not wear out per se, they just “ugly” out. Meaning they are no longer aesthetically pleasing to look at. They will however stay around in a landfill for an extremely longtime. Some estimates are that they will be around at least 10,000 years. Durable materials (wool carpeting) require less frequent replacement, generate less waste, and may also realize lower long-term costs. Having such a long useful life will reduce the cost per year as well the carpeting’s impact on the environment.
  • No Dyes. The colors are derived from the wool as it is naturally grown on the sheep’s back. Just as you, your family and friends have a specific color of hair, so do the sheep have unique colors based on particular breeds. We take these naturally colored fleeces and blend them to achieve the beautiful colorations of our carpeting. No dyes or harsh chemicals (moth proofing) are applied.
  • Biodegradable. Can be used as mulch, recycled, etc.
  • Earth friendly. Non-toxic.
  • Can be used over Radiant Heating. We have testing data that shows where carpets are favorably used with radiant floor systems. This is real world testing in an actual room size test chamber. The data validates what we have always known and of course this is great news to our customers that want the comfort/softness of non-toxic wool carpet instead of a hard surface floor covering. Article.
  • LEED Points:

    - Low Emitting, Renewable, Manufacturing Distance, Regional Materials, Construction Waste Management.

    bullet MATERIALS & RESOURCES
     
    • MR Credit 4.1: Recycled Content -- 1 point
      For this credit, the total project must contain 10% (based on cost) recycled content, in a ratio of 2:1 post-consumer to post-industrial recycled content.
    • MR Credit 4.2: Recycled Content -- 1 point in addition to MR credit 4.1
      This credit requires the total project to contain 20% (based on cost) recycled content in a 2:1 ratio of post consumer to post-industrial recycled material.
    • MR Credit 5.1: Regional Materials -- 1 point
      This credit is earned if 10% of the total materials needed for a project are extracted, harvested or recovered, and manufactured within a 500-mile radius. If only a fraction of the material is from the region, that amount by weight will contribute to the regional credit value. (Shipped from Dalton, Georgia)
    • MR Credit 5.2: Regional Materials -- 1 point in addition to MR credit 5.1
      This credit is earned if 20% of a project's total materials meet the criteria outlined in section 5.1.
    • MR Credit 6: Rapidly Renewable Materials -- 1 point
      To qualify for this credit, 2.5% of the total value of all building materials and products used in the project (based on cost) must come from materials made from plants that are typically harvested within a ten-year cycle or shorter.
       
    bullet INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
     
    • EQ Credit 4.3: Low-Emitting Materials: Carpet Systems -- 1 point
      The requirements of this credit are met if all carpet installed in the building interior meets the testing and product requirements of the Carpet and Rug Institute's Green Label Plus program. Additionally, all cushion used must qualify for CRI's Green Label program, and all adhesive must meet the prerequisite standards of EQ Credit 4:1 VOC limit of 50 g/L.
       
    bullet In a lot of cases, LEED does not reward or in fact encourage the implementation of truly sustainable products. For example, in using natural materials versus synthetic. This is an area where a lot of “green washing” has taken place. It seems that the large corporations have been able to influence the program to meet the criteria of the products they produce instead of the other way around. It is not like this in all cases but if one looks closely, these shortcomings are quickly evident. Environmental health and planet welfare are about more than accumulation of “points” and who has the most money to influence policy.
     


     

  Care

  • As with all quality natural fiber carpets, vacuuming with a suction only, no agitator, vacuum cleaner is recommended. Beater bar vacuum cleaners may damage the surface pile of the product. Therefore, you want to use a vacuum without the beater bar attachment. Proper vacuuming on a regular basis will increase performance. As with all wool carpeting, some pilling and shedding can occur. This is a natural characteristic of wool carpeting. Regular vacuuming can take care of this. You want to use a vacuum with a normal suction, not one that sucks too much. Make sure that the vacuum height is not too low. Use a vacuum that is not going to cause a lot of friction with the carpet. If you find that it is, see if your vacuum has an option to turn off the brush. Please do Not use a Dyson.

    Use carpet cleaners designed for natural wool rugs. Do not vigorously rub the affected area.  Lightly blot area instead.  If stain persists contact a professional cleaner and be sure they use cleaners designed for wool and natural fibers.

    Keep the use of soaps to a minimum. Soaps can stay inside carpet after they have been cleaned. This can result in them getting quickly dirty again. This can actually be said for any carpet.

    Spills usually blot up, and regular vacuuming removes dry dirt efficiently. Use only a wool approved cleaner for removing stains. Do not vigorously rub the affected area. Lightly blot area instead. If stain persists, contact a professional cleaner and be sure they use cleaners designed for wool and natural fibers. Do not use water-based cleaners designed for synthetic carpets. The moisture from water-based cleaners for synthetic carpets can shrink the fibers and pull dirt back into them. Vacuuming removes dry dirt efficiently. Use only a wool approved cleaner for removing stains. Do not vigorously rub the affected. Lightly blot area instead.  If stains persist contact a professional cleaner and be sure they use cleaners designed for wool and natural fibers.          

    Wool does well to professional carpet cleaning. The manufacture recommends using the Host Carpet Cleaning System.
     

  Negative Aspects Of Our Carpets

  • The initially cost more than some synthetic carpets. However, if taken care of properly, then can actually save money, considering they can last over 50 years. Wool is a very durable fiber.
  • Wool can stain more easily than many synthetic carpets with chemical stain protections. Our wool carpets are free of these chemical treatments.
  • It is true wool carpets shed a little. This is a factor of them being made from short “staple” fibers. In fact, all staple fiber carpets shed a little. Many synthetics carpets are made from staple fibers. Staple is really anything that is not continuous filament. The only natural fiber that I am aware of that is continuous filament is silk. Of course, silk would not be as durable as wool for use as a carpet fiber. In spite of the shedding that occurs with all staple carpet products, you can be assured that it is minimal and will in no way be noticeable in the appearance or durability of the carpet. You may notice small fibers in your vacuum cleaner if you were to inspect inside the collection bag. This is typical and is no cause for alarm.

     
  Stains

Any obvious stains should be cleaned immediately. If you are unsure of what to do, play it safe and contact a reputable, professional cleaner for advice.
 
  1. Quickly blot up the mess without rubbing. Apply clean cold water to the stain to dilute it and blot gently with a clean white cloth. Dissolve a small quantity of mild cleaner such as a gentle soap, or approved wool cleaner in a bowl of lukewarm water. Test for color-fastness by applying the solution to a small area in an inconspicuous part of the rug. 
  2. Dampen the stained area, working from the outside edges of the stain in. Then blot gently with a clean white cloth, turning it so that you use a dry area each time. Avoid rubbing. If the stain persists, repeat this step.
  3. Rinse and clean the area. Blot and fluff the pile until the area is dry to touch. 

 

  Manufacture Warranty


This product carries a manufacture manufacturing defect warranty and is guaranteed to be free of manufacturing defects for a period of 5 years.  Matting, crushing, soiling, staining or any other changes in appearance are not considered manufacturing defects and are excluded from this warranty.  No warranty is made as to individual reactions, physical or otherwise, regarding this carpet and its effects.  As this is a natural product, the manufacture does not warrant for any smells or odors. Wool carpeting, padding and rugs are made to order and are not returnable.

 

  Additional Information

  • INSTALLATION: We recommend that the wall to wall carpets be installed by professional installers. For residential installations, installers will normally install the carpet by stretching it and using seam tape. For commercial installations, glue may be used.

    No, hand sewing is not required with our products. If you have an installer that can sew the seams and you prefer that method, there is nothing wrong with it. It is generally more expensive to sew the seams and that is the main reason we do not suggest it. We suggest that you find a competent installer that has experience with wool carpeting and has access to a low/no VOC seaming tape. Your installer will find that our products install very nicely because they do not have the stiff synthetic fillers in them like all the other products out there.

    Prices do not include shipping charges or installation. Yarn lot variances occur in natural fiber carpets, therefore, actual merchandise is not guaranteed to match these samples. Natural fiber carpets vary in texture and color. Slight variances in texture and color are normal and do not constitute a manufacturing defect. Due to the natural content of the sample, specifications are subject to nominal manufacturing variances. Supply or manufacturing changes may facilitate product changes without notice. Meets or exceeds methenamine pill test requirements for carpet and area rugs.
     
  • IMPORTANT DELIVERY INFORMATION: Deliveries of wall to wall carpet are by freight company. It is normally easier to deliver wall to wall carpet to the installers business and have them bring it to you when they install it. For residential deliveries, freight companies need to call ahead of time to set up a day and range of time for delivery. With residential addresses, if the freight company arrives without an appointment, you can tell them to come back after they schedule an appointment. Freight companies that deliver flooring do not normally take the carpet off the truck. If it a commercial address with a dock, they will back the truck up to the dock. If it is a residence, they will normally bring it to the curb. Freight companies that deliver carpet are NOT normally able to deliver it to the inside. They normally just deliver to the curb and the customer takes it from the truck to the inside. Sometimes, they will put it on your driveway or in your garage but it depends on the particular delivery person that delivers it. I'm sorry to say that we are not able to promise that this will happen because it depends entirely on the particular driver, the size of the truck delivering it, and the width of you street and driveway. Please make sure that you have planned to have people there to take the carpet from the curb to the inside ahead of time. Each carpet order is made to order and is custom made. Once it has been shipped, it cannot be canceled. Custom size rugs are prepaid.

    Most of the rugs are normally shipped by Federal Express Ground. No appointment is made for these deliveries.
     
  • Due to the natural fiber content, specifications are subject to nominal manufacturing variances.  Supply or manufacturing changes may facilitate product changes without notice. Yarn lot variances occur in natural fiber carpets, therefore, actual merchandise is not guaranteed to match samples.  Natural fiber carpets vary in texture and color.  Slight variances in texture and color are normal and do not constitute a manufacturing defect. 
     

  • Chemical Sensitivity: While we have many customers that have had a great experience with our carpet, we cannot guarantee nor comment on any individual/client’s reaction. It is up to each individual to decide on their own if our products work for them in their environment. No warranty is made as to individual reactions, physical or otherwise, regarding this carpet and its effects. We recommend that carpet samples are ordered prior to ordering the actual product.
     

  • Do It Yourself Carpet Installation Instructions

 

 

  • Carpet Samples Kit:

    The best way to choose which carpet is to be able to see it and touch it. The set of samples include  a sample of Dolomite: Snowfield, Tussock, Ursus, and Granite, Pyrenees Wheat, McKinley: Cottontail, Snowfield, Honeysuckle, Silver Birch, Granite, Tussock, Dried Thistle, and Ursus, Rainier: Snowfield, Tussock, Ursus and Granite, Wool Padding, and the Rug Gripper. Each sample is approximately 4" x 4". Please make sure to see the carpet before ordering. We always recommend that you order the samples prior to ordering so that you can see, touch and smell the carpet prior to ordering. We do not recommend ordering the carpet or rugs without seeing the samples. 

    Sample Kit Price: $12.99   (Shipping within the USA is $9.88)



     

  • For shipping quotes, please fill out our Carpet Freight Quote Form. For wall to wall carpet, it is much better to ship to a commercial address because it is cheaper, there are more shipping companies that can deliver it, and freight companies that deliver flooring only deliver to the curb/loading dock. It would be best to deliver to your carpet installer's business address if at all possible.
     
 Contractor Directories

Looking for an installer? Here are some web sites that can help you find a local wool carpet installer:


RemodelNet.com - the Contractor Referral Site

 

 

 

 

 

 Resources

  • Resources: There are over 200 chemicals used in conventional carpets. No one has made a serious attempt to determine which of these chemicals is responsible for acute illnesses in certain new carpet owners. Symptoms include fatigue, difficulty breathing, weakness, hair loss, skin rashes, dizziness, depression, loss of memory, confusion, headaches, and burning throats, noses, and eyes. Anderson Laboratories conducted a study of several hundred carpets under carefully controlled conditions. The data demonstrated that certain carpets release toxic (poisonous) chemicals into the air. The mice had the same reactions as the carpet owners: altered nervous system (falling, tremors, paralysis of legs, stupor, and convulsions), irritation to the throat, eyes, and nose, and difficulty breathing. The study can be found in Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 1997, Vol. 7, pp. 177-185.

 

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