Quest Carpets aim to be the leader in quality manufacturing and material. Proudly made in Victoria, Australia, New Zealand Wool, Solution Dyed Nylon, and Polypropylene carpets make up their range.
New Zealand Wool
New Zealand’s harsh climate results in yarn that’s in a league of its own. Directly sourced and combined with Quest’s progressive agricultural and manufacturing methods, the result is a premium wool carpet that’s also a renewable resource.
A renewable resource, the wool is highly durable thanks to the spun, crimped fibre that gives it shape. Incredibly soft underfoot, the wool’s air pockets insulate against noise and cold, making them a more premium carpeting option.
At Trevors, our wool carpets are also fire-rated, meaning they will not easily burn or ignite upon exposure to heat or flame.
Solution Dyed Nylon
The most popular carpet fibre on the market, Solution Dyed Nylon (SDN) is budget-friendly, and the most resilient synthetic yarn on the market. Quest source their SDN from a leading European manufacturer, the result being a carpet which is soft underfoot and extremely durable.
Ideal for stairs, hallways, lounges and other high traffic areas, SDN is also non-allergenic, so is a good choice for individuals with asthma or other allergies. Colourfast, SDN is dyed prior to extrusion and will not get washed out – even when exposed to sunlight and harsher cleaning chemicals.
Easy to clean and soil and stain resistant, this is clearly the family-and-pet-friendly carpet! The majority are also fire rated and have a high warranty structure, with lifetime anti-static warranties. With a mid to high price point, there is an option to suit a range of budgets.
Also known as Olefin or solution-dyed Olefin, polypropylene is the most affordable carpet on the market. A solution-dyed synthetic fibre with excellent colourfast qualities and stain-resistance, it is generally used for loop style carpets in low traffic residential areas, and for rentals.
To view the entire range of Quest Carpets, see their website here.