This article will specifically focus on Zarif Carpets’ Hermes carpet and is part of the collection of articles related to Zarif Carpets‘ products. Discover more articles related to the subject on our ‘Carpet Introductions‘ page.
If you are not familiar with the topic of wall-to-wall carpet, we recommend checking out our guide ‘Wall-to-wall Carpets: What You Should Know‘ first.
Introduction to Hermes Carpet
Hermes is one of Zarif Carpets’ cut-pile carpets, available in 8 colors. This tufted wall-to-wall carpet is categorized as a high-height cut-pile carpet, suitable for homes and low-traffic places. It can be used as a primary flooring insulated against heat, cold, and sound.
Advantages of Hermes Carpet
As mentioned, Hermes is a cut-pile wall-to-wall carpet commonly used in residential areas such as TV rooms, bedrooms, children’s rooms and even as a doormat for bathrooms. Thanks to its high level of softness, lying down on Hermes is an incredibly comforting experience, making it an excellent choice for families with children.
Hermes carpet can be adapted with any decoration design due to its various colors:
In addition to all its advantages, Hermes provides excellent insulation against heat, cold, and sound. This carpet acts like a comfortable and warm mattress, As one of our customers once shared, there’s an indescribable sense of satisfaction when you see your child peacefully sleeping on Hermes after playing for many hours.
Maybe one of your primary concerns about using Hermes or any other wall-to-wall is cleaning them. We believe our article named ‘Cleaning a Wall-to-wall Carpet: Vacuuming and Stain Removal‘ eliminates all your worries.
Technical Specifications of Hermes Carpet
Hermes is a cut-pile tufted wall-to-wall carpet made of polypropylene with a 1/10 gauge and high pile density. Its dye method is solution-dyed, meaning the color of the carpet originates from the color of each pile; there is no printed design on it. The pile height is 20 mm with a 0.5 mm tolerance, and both the pile weight and the total weight are 2000 and 2850 (g/sqm) respectively, with a 100 g tolerance as well. You can also visit Hermes’s technical page by clicking here.