LifeProof Carpet Review: Pros and Cons

There are a few things that concern households with young children are pets when it comes to carpets. We are, of course, referring to the stains that take a second to make – but will stay on your carpet for a lifetime. If this sounds familiar to your household, read on. We have put together this brief review on a LifeProof carpet, and it could possibly be the right solution for you if you are troubled by the thought of kids or domestic animals causing stains. Let’s take a closer look at everything you need to know about the LifeProof carpet.

LifeProof carpets – the basics

LifeProof carpets are a Home Depot product, and there has been enormous interest in this brand for some time now. After all, when so many people are concerned with spending a fortune on carpets and trying to avoid staining, it’s easy to see how popular a stain-free technology might be.


LifeProof carpets have re-engineered fibers, which makes it incredibly tough for any substance – including coffee and red wine – to actually penetrate the carpet properly. In essence, the carpet can repel liquids and dirt so that they just stay on top, whereas a standard carpet will only have a topical application. Ultimately, you get protection from stains from food, drinks and pets – and anything else you can possibly imagine, including dirty and rather clumsy toddlers!

LifeProof carpets – available colors

LifeProof carpets come in an incredible range of different shades and colors. There is a sheer black option, and then a huge array of grays, going all the way through the spectrum until you reach white. Beiges, browns, tans, and greens will help you achieve a more natural-looking effect, while the blues, yellows, and reds are available in an array of hues.

Whatever your personal choice, there are many options to match your tastes and current home decor. You will also find that these LifeProof carpet tiles come with natural looking flecks and patterns, which can help hide the visibility of dirt and stains before you get to clean it up.

Furthermore, you can actually choose lots of different colors for your tiles if you want, to create exciting and unique colorways. You could go for a classic black and white checked pattern, for example, or use different blues to create soft, repeating patterns. Before making your selection, however, don’t forget to take home some swatches or samples. You often find that tiles look very different in their proper setting – your home or office, for example – than they do in the bright lights of the home decor stores.

The texture of LifeProof carpets

Again, there is a huge variety of different textures and features to choose from when you buy LifeProof carpet tiles. You should be able to choose something suitable for your personal tastes with relative ease.

Take the LifeProof Stylish Form tile, for example. It’s a grey, slightly flecked tile that offers comfort on the foot and plenty of styles. Then there is the Sequin Sash, which is a lot smoother to the touch than the Stylish Form but is available in the same kind of gray or stone colors.


Patterns on LifeProof carpet tiles

If you prefer your floor tiles with patterns, LifeProof has plenty of options for you, too. The LifeProof Lattice is available in a range of colorways including grays, blues, and stones. Its pattern is simple but effective and would be a great option for a business owner looking to carpet an office floor.

Homeowners may prefer something like the LifeProof Sharnali, with its middle eastern-inspired patterns on soft colors like beige, cream, and light gray. The Mojito Madness range of tiles is another option, with its simple lined design that you can fit to run vertically, horizontally, or both.

LifeProof features

LifeProof have a broad range of features to choose from, which can be broken down into four different categories. The Fade and Wear-resistant range are incredibly tough and long-lasting, offering durability and protection from bright sunlight.

There is also a hypoallergenic range, which is perfect for those that suffer from breathing conditions such as asthma, as the treatment prevents dust, dust mites, and pet dander. Hypoallergenic carpets tend to have a low VOC rating, too.

But of course, the most famous feature of LifeProof carpets is the stain resistant ability. The vast majority of LifeProof carpets have this included, so no matter which color or rang you choose from, you can expect the best in stain-free carpet technology. There is also around a third of the range that includes solution-dyed fibers – which is the process of adding the dye at the point where the fibers are still in liquid state.

Carpet backing with LifeProof Carpets

It’s worthwhile investigating carpet backing when you buy LifeProof carpets because it will make your flooring much softer and more comfortable underfoot. Not only that, but carpet backing gives you a much nicer finish, as it will hold your entire carpet together properly.

Are LifeProof carpets worth it?

Whether you are a landlord looking for the best possible stain protection, or a homeowner needing a robust carpet that can handle the mess caused by small children and pets alike, it’s worth investigating LifeProof carpets. While the brand is a relative newcomer, they have made great strides into the market, primarily from people worried about staining.

It’s worth pointing out that LifeProof carpets all come with a 25-year warranty, giving you a lot of piece of mind and protection for your investment. The only real issue with Lifeproof carpets is that although the options for colorways is excellent, there aren’t too many patterns to choose from. However, you can easily buy different colored tiles and create your own patterns, if you have the creativity behind you!

Overall, there are plenty of reasons to buy a set of LifeProof carpet tiles, but none more so than the guarantee. LifeProof is clearly confident that your new carpet will last for many years, even under a high volume of strain and potential staining.

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