Masland Carpets and Rugs have been in business since 1866. What started out as a small company in Pennsylvania is now recognized as a leader in styling and a producer of new original products for the soft surface marketplace. When it comes to quality and focus, not much has changed in the last 150 years at Masland. They continue to take pride in offering their customers the best products and services.
Masland’s broadloom carpets are made from nylon and wool fibers, so depending upon your needs and the needs of your home you can choose from either. Masland is incredibly proud of its wool carpet collection. Read below to learn more about their wool carpets and be sure to visit our showroom to see them for yourself!
Wool is a natural, raw fiber that comes from sheep and other types of wool bearing animals. Sheep can produce wool every 9-12 months, making it one if not only the most sustainable fibers. Wool is a durable carpet fiber because of its natural crimp and elasticity, which allows it to undergo constant wear and compression, making it resistant to crushing and matting. This helps wool retain its appearance for longer. Wool even helps to make your home more energy efficient. It traps air between its fibers making it a great insulator for colder regions. It is a breathable material and can adjust to most room conditions and regulate temperature. Wool is a hypoallergenic fiber, which means it contributes to a healthier living environment. They naturally eliminate pollutants and allergens and can trap dust and allergens that aggravate allergies.
Make sure you stop by one of our showrooms in Brookfield or Mequon, WI to see our Masland carpets first hand and speak with a flooring professional about having them installed in your home.