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Home Theater Carpet Overview

The right carpet is an essential part of your home theater and it can make or break the experience. Maybe that sounds like an exaggeration, but your movie marathons won’t be as fun if the carpet clashes with the decor or if you’re always distracted by a stain where somebody spilled their drink months ago.

You need to consider style, installation, maintenance, and of course, it has to fit your budget. To help you in the right direction as you shop, here are the most important things you need to know about home theater carpet.

Benefits of Home Theater Carpet

Sound Absorption
Sound Absorption
If you invest in a top of the line sound system, you want it to sound clear, not muddy or echoey. Carpeting absorbs sound, providing less 'echo' than wood or tile. This means that you will hear your audio more clearly than you would with other flooring types, providing less reverberation and a quicker decay, so you can fully enjoy that system.
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Stain resistance
Accidents happen. That's just the way it is. Our home theater carpets are stain-resistant and easy to clean. You can kick back, put your feet up on your comfy theater seating, and enjoy the movie rather than panicking over every little spill from the concession stand.
Stain Resistance
Our carpets come with a wide variety of patterns, colors, and themes to complement your unique decor.
Commercial Option Available
Reduces light bounce
Choose a darker color like blue or black if you want to reduce the light reflection from your big screen and keep your media room darker. We have a bunch of options to choose from.
Styles and Patterns
Commercial options available
If you are looking for high foot traffic, heavy-duty carpeting for a commercial theater, we have options for you.
Price Point
Your media room may look and sound like a million bucks, but it doesn't need to break the bank. There are plenty of affordable options that will be perfect for you.

Types of Home Theater Carpet

Carpet Tiles

Carpet tiles offer a quick, DIY-friendly installation. Many of our tiles come with peel and stick backs, so you just need to peel away the backing and press the tile to the floor. You can also install carpet tiles using double-sided carpet tape if peel and stick is not an option for your chosen product.

With carpet tiles, you have tons of options when it comes to patterns and style. You can mix and match colors, create your own patterns, and have complete control over the area you’re covering. Just want an area rug? You can do that. Does wall to wall carpeting sound better? Carpet tiles can give you that, too.

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Carpet Rolls

A carpet roll, a.k.a. broadloom carpet is the classic option for a home theater, but classic definitely doesn’t mean boring. Carpet rolls come in a range of styles from elegant to more adventurous themed patterns.

A wall to wall carpet creates a seamless appearance. However, installation can be more time-consuming compared to carpet tiles, and many people choose to hire a professional installer.

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Residential vs. Commercial Carpet

How do you decide if you need a commercially-rated carpet? Even in a home theater, a commercial carpet can provide some advantages, but at the end of the day, it all depends on what you need. Compare residential and commercial carpets to determine what will work best for you.

Residential Carpet

When home theater carpet is residentially rated, it usually means that the installation method, such as peel and stick, won’t hold up to commercial foot traffic. It can be plusher, which provides more comfort, but would not perform well in high traffic spaces.

Typically, residential carpet is all you will need, and a heavy-duty commercial carpet could be overkill. So why not save some money and go with the residential carpet instead?

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Commercial Carpet

Plenty of home theater carpets are commercially rated to handle heavy traffic, so you can absolutely use them in business settings if you want. Commercial carpets are durable, low-maintenance, and stylish, too.

The low pile fibers won’t crush or mat, and they resist staining and fading – all things you need when you invite a lot of people over to watch some shows.

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Cleaning Home Theater Carpet

While carpet might not be as easy to clean as say...a tile floor, you can still find a low-maintenance solution for your theater room. If you want something that’s really easy to take care of, consider a low-pile commercial theater carpet. It will be stain-resistant, fade-resistant, and will only require some simple steps to keep it looking great.

  • To keep your theater floor clean, make sure to vacuum frequently.
  • Immediately clean spills with a cloth and clean water.
  • Periodic deep cleaning with a hot water extraction machine is recommended.
One benefit of choosing carpet tile is that you can replace a stained or damaged tile that is past the point of no return for a brand new tile instead of replacing the whole floor like you would a roll

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