Mainstreet by Philadelphia Unveils The Future of Commercial Carpet Fiber
Mainstreet by Philadelphia debuts its PIVOTAL carpet fiber, offering technological advances and design at a desirable price point. The fiber is unveiled on two carpet collections: In The Press, a modular carpet tile, and All Business, commercial broadloom carpet.
Backed by a 10-year commercial limited warranty, PIVOTAL fiber products provide stylish, flexible solutions to meet diverse market demands while offering worry-free maintenance. In comparison to traditional, budget-driven mainstreet fibers, the PIVOTAL fiber’s proprietary engineering paves the way to the future of commercial fiber innovation, as it provides bounceback, superior stain resistance and a Class I commercial rating.
In The Press, a Cradle to Cradle Certified Bronze solution dyed modular carpet tile, utilizes new PIVOTAL carpet fiber to create three carpet tile patterns in six contemporary, neutral colors that make a design statement on the floor. In The Press is available in a 24x24-in format. Three patterns offer broad appeal, allowing the customer to select the scale that best works within their space. Declare is the largest pattern in the collection and features bold, angular shapes; Disclose is a medium-scale organic structure; Document is a smaller scale texture. In The Press features Mainstreet by Philadelphia Commercial’s game-changing StrataWorx carpet tile backing, contributing to the new introduction’s light weight, ease of handling and efficient packing due to 20 tiles fitting in a single box. In The Press is also unlimited, random-mergeable, meaning carpet tiles may be installed in various ways without limitations and dye lot issues, ensuring retailers experience no remnant loss. The product is ideal for light-to moderate traffic environments such as short-term lease spaces with quick turnover.
“By combining Philadelphia Commercial’s next-generation PIVOTAL fiber with StrataWorx backing to create In The Press, we’ve created a show-stopping innovation,” said Quentin Quathamer, commercial brand and marketing manager. “In The Press is a go-to for mainstreet retailers, especially those who are new to the market, because it answers so many market needs and is easy to sell. With In The Press, there is absolutely no remnant loss. There’s no checking, guessing and matching colors. Without a second thought, retailers can offer their customers best-in-class durability and design on a budget in any space.”
An on-trend commercial broadloom carpet designed for wide appeal, All Business incorporates PIVOTAL fiber, bringing life into a budget-constricted space. The broadloom offering is complementary to In The Press’ carpet tiles, ensuring a cohesive design. All Business offers two patterns, each in nine neutral color families, allowing customers to maximize even the smallest of budgets with style. While Fact exemplifies organic geometry in a large-scale block pattern, Function offers a small-scale texture.
“Durable, cleanable, design-forward, All Business infuses life and feasibility into broadloom for mainstreet commercial spaces,” said Amy Tucker, senior marketing manager. “The only thing customers will love more than the eye-catching design is the achievable price point.”
For more information, visit www.phillyqueencommercial.com.