Lifeproof Carpet Reviews and Prices

It’s not uncommon to see hardware stores and other retailers carry exclusive brands, especially with flooring.  A major advantage of this is product availability along with the ability to check out the carpet in person without having to order samples online. Mohawk is responsible for several of those store brands, and Lifeproof Carpeting is one of them.

Lifeproof Carpet Review

There’s no official site for Lifeproof as it’s a store brand, so most of the Lifeproof carpet reviews come from the only place it’s sold – Home Depot. The company’s carpeting isn’t broken down into traditional series or collections like other manufacturers, but still easy to sort through thanks to a variety of filters.

When it comes to fibers, you’ll have four options from Lifeproof with nylon, polyester, triexta, and wool. All are common in the carpet industry and bring unique properties to the table. If you’re not sure which fiber is the right option for your home, you can read a little more about each one in our carpet buying guide.

Lifeproof Carpet Collection

Are you looking for a carpet with solution-dyed fibers and a high degree of stain resistance? What about hypoallergenic carpeting with a short, textured nap? The Lifeproof collection has all of that in more, and hundreds of color options to choose from.

Triexta carpeting is by far the most popular style of fiber offered by Lifeproof followed by nylon. Both are similar in nature, but triexta is unique to Mohawk special and new compared to polyester or nylon.  It’s built to last longer, bounce back quickly, and carpet in this class usually has an excellent warranty.

There are around 80 styles of triexta carpet available with pile heights varying from 0.2mm – 0.8mm. This series is filled full of solid colors, and while there are no patterns, you will find some light textures among the styles. Prices range from $5.99 to $2.99, and the colors vary just like the price points.

It’s also important to remember is the percentage of triexta differs from one product to the next, so check the specs beforehand if you’re concerned about the blend. Warranties include a lifetime guarantee against pet stains, a limited lifetime warranty for soiling and stains, and 25 years on overall wear and tear.

Lifeproof’s nylon carpet selection isn’t as vast, but there are patterns in this collection like Kensington Snowflake and Busy Day. The designs are modern and stylish while the prices are comparable to their triexta carpet lineup. Each style gets a measure of protection from Shaw’s R2X stain and soil resistance system and has a top-tier warranty.

The guarantee for this line provides you with a lifetime of freedom against stains and soiling along with 25 years on general wear and tear. As for wool and polyester, the selection is sparse, to say the least as those aren’t fibers the company concentrates on. That said, there are a few interesting options which carry the Lifeproof warranty.

Lifeproof Carpet Cost 

On average, you can expect to pay around $2.50 to $5.50 per square foot with Lifeproof carpets. As you can only purchase their carpeting at home depot, you shouldn’t have an issue tracking this brand down. Some styles may not be in stock at your local store; however, so it’s always best to check ahead before making the drive.

Style

Fiber

Style Type

Color

Price per square foot

Harvest III

Nylon

Textured

Yancey

$5.39

Broadway

Nylon

Patterned

Evening mist

$3.88

Best Wishes I

Triexta

Textured

Beige

$2.59

Copenhagen

Nylon

Patterned

Clay

$4.99

Ellsbury

Wool

Textured

Cobblestone Loop

$6.59

Phenomenal I

Poly/Triexta

Textured

Silverado

$3.88

Lifeproof Carpet Pros, Cons and Ratings 

Normally store brands are bland and rather inexpensive aside from a few exceptions. Well, Lifeproof is one of them.  Their catalog includes carpets in a vast array of colors and styles, and while they aren’t the cheapest brand around, you can’t argue with the overall quality.

Pros:

While the high-quality carpeting itself is a perk, their warranties are top-notch – even on their cheaper products. Availability is a bonus as well considering there are Home Depots spread across the U.S. along with hundreds of locations in Canada and Mexico.

Cons:

As mentioned, Lifeproof is more expensive than other store brands, and some styles can run close to $7.00 per square foot. There’s not as much detailed product information available compared to other brands, and some of their products are made in China as well.

Ratings:

  • Color and Style Range: 3
  • Fiber Range: 3
  • Pet Resistant: 5
  • Stain Resistance: 5
  • Fade Resistance: 4
  • Overall Quality: 4 out of 5