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Chris
28 days ago

Hi Carpet Captain – I am not sure if this Contact page is working because there are errors showing on the page, but I am giving it a shot. Tacony reached out to you a number of months ago because I asked them to, but did not hear back from you. If you want to speak with them, they would be happy to discuss your comments. Tacony is a 76-year-old American family-owned vacuum and sewing company that is run by the granddaughter of the founder. They make Riccar and Simplicity vacuums for home use and make several brands of vacuums… Read more »

mark keane
1 year ago

Are you still here?

Jamison
3 years ago

Captain,
You have one of the best informational sites I’ve seen. Easy-to-read content that isn’t marketing focused. Thanks for all your work and generosity.
Jamison

Clarence
3 years ago

We are looking at 2 different carpets, 1) Dream Weaver Masquerade, face weight ozs/yds 65, density ozs/yds 3120, description textured cut pile, 100 percent pure color SD BCF polyester, Par 3.75, thickness 24/32″, tuffs per inch 8.3, twists 5.0 turns per inch, primary and secondary backing polypropylene. 2) Dream Weaver Epic II, face weight ozs/yds 65, density ozs/yds 4406, texture – description cut pile, 100 pure color soft SD BCF polyester, Par 4, thickness 17/32″, tuffs per inch 12.6, twists 5.75 turns per inch, backing primary polypropylene, secondary backing purebac. After reading your information we like the colors in the… Read more »

Carpet Captain
3 years ago
Reply to  Clarence

Hi Clarence – Purebac is a newer carpet backing… I think introduced this year. I usually don’t put too much stock in backings in today’s carpets because they’re usually not the limiting factor. That said, this is supposed to be “new and improved,” and since backing are already mostly good, it shouldn’t disappoint unless it’s a mess up on the manufacturers end. The bad news of this is it hasn’t been around long enough to really have an opinion.The good news is it looks like it has a 10-year warranty for delamination, so in the rare event it were poorly… Read more »




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