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Carpet & Flooring Installations Done Right

A carpet or flooring installation removes allergens, dust, and bacteria—making your home a cleaner, healthier, and safer place to live. Contact B&B Carpets in Long Beach, California, today if you are looking to update your home. We provide reliable service in Los Angeles, Orange County, and the surrounding areas.

Carpet & Flooring Installations

Vinyl Sheets

We Have Your Floors Covered

We provide excellent quality and service, as well as affordable prices, to individual homeowners, REALTORS®, and commercial property owners to meet their floor covering needs. Whether you need vinyl flooring or wool carpet, we have your solution. B&B Carpets offers:

• Carpets From Shaw, Mohawk, Dream Weavers, & Godfrey Hirst (Wool)
• Luxury Vinyl Planks From Shaw, Mohawk, Impervio, Moduleo, Reward, Paradigm, & Eternity
• Vinyl Floors From Armstrong, Mannington, & Tarkett
• Laminate Floors From Shaw, Quick Step, & Eternity

What Sets Us Apart

There is no job too large or too small for us, so give us a call today. Our clients are our top priority, and we see each one as a unique opportunity. By providing competitive pricing as well as the best possible service, we hope to maintain a long-lasting relationship.


Carpeting adds warmth and comfort to your home by increasing the sound absorption and insulation, ensuring your floor is warm in winter and cool in summer. Carpet has many attributes beyond adding beauty and coziness to any room. In fact, a well-maintained carpet creates a healthier indoor atmosphere. Your carpet acts as a filter to trap and hold airborne dust and other allergens until eliminated by regular vacuuming and cleaning. It's also a better insulator than other types of floor covering when it comes to maintaining room temperature. This means reduced heating and cooling costs and a quieter indoor environment.

We carry the following carpet manufacturers:

Shaw Floors Anderson Tuftex Mohawk Dreamweaver

Comparing Carpet Fibers

Polyester (PET) Carpet Fibers
Polyester offers exceptional softness and color clarity, and it is also naturally stain and fade resistant. Thanks to technology advances in yarn processing and improved carpet construction techniques, polyester's purported weakness as a performance fiber has been largely overcome.

• Inherently stain and fade resistant
• Excellent color clarity and uniformity
• Exceptional softness
• Value

• Not as resilient or durable as Nylon

Nylon Carpet Fibers
Nylon is the most versatile of all fibers, providing excellent durability and flexibility in creating a variety of carpet styles. Nylon is the most commonly used carpet fiber and can be found in a wide range of both cut pile and loop pile styles. Nylon also has great color flexibility and uniformity, and many nylon yarn systems are exceptionally soft.

• Most durable and resilient of all carpet fibers
• Wide variety of construction and styling options
• Receptive to dying for color versatility and uniformity
• Innovative softness

• Not inherently stain resistant, but may have stain and soil resistance treatment applied

Polypropylene (Olefin) Carpet Fibers
Unlike other fiber types, polypropylene will not absorb water and must therefore be solution dyed (pigmented) to impart color. Solution dyeing is a process in which color is actually built into the fiber when it is formed making the color an inherent part that cannot be removed from the fiber. This means the color will not fade, even when exposed to intense sunlight.

• Inherent stain and fade resistance
• Performs well in appropriate constructions
• Good Value

• Lack of resiliency
• Limited styling flexibility

PTT (Triexta Polyester) Carpet Fibers
PTT (Polytrimethtlene Terephthalate) is a polyester fiber. With excellent durability and built-in stain and soil resistance, Triexta fiber resists stains and wear without sacrificing softness.

• Durable and resilient
• Inherently resistant to permanent staining

• Cannot be treated for repellency or dry soiling
• More difficult to consistently process in plants (yarn difficulties, etc.)

Commercial Carpet

Commercial Carpet is one of the most popular flooring materials for homes and businesses alike. Commercial carpet withstands heavy foot traffic. While primarily used in retail & office spaces, it can be used anywhere you want to enjoy a tough, durable material on your floors. If you are a business owner or manager interested in buying a new carpet for your office space, you would be surprised how many flooring options are out there. Commercial carpet is made to withstand a lot of foot traffic without looking worn, and that requires choosing the proper carpet specification for its intended use. This type of carpet is usually made with a tight loop and a short pile, giving it the density and thickness enough to withstand extra-heavy traffic on a daily basis. Some commercial carpets are made with an attached high-density performance cushion or other PVC backing system, which give the carpet extra support for very heavy traffic areas such as hospitals or hotels. They can also be cut in a larger variety of sizes and are generally less expensive than residential carpets, making commercial carpet a great option for large spaces.

We carry the following Commercial Carpet Manufacturers:

Aladdin Collection by Mohawk Pentz Commercial Flooring Solutions Philadelphia Commercial

Comparing Commercial Carpet Fibers

Major Types of Commercial Carpet Materials
There are two major types of materials that can be used in the construction of commercial carpets: Nylon and Olefin. Nylon is typically considered to be the best option thanks to its durability, attractive appearance, and overall stain resistance. Olefin, in contrast, tends to be slightly less durable and have a shorter overall lifespan. However, olefin is significantly cheaper than nylon, which makes it popular for commercial buyers on a limited budget or anyone who only plans to use the commercial carpet for a few years before having it replaced or moving to a new location.

Advantages of Commercial Carpet

Commercial Carpet is known for its strength, affordability, lifespan, and durability. Commercial carpet is designed to be sturdier overall, which means that thousands of people can walk across the fibers on a regular basis without doing any damage to them. Plus, commercial carpets are typically stain-resistant, which cuts down on how often they need to be thoroughly cleaned or replaced. Commercial carpet can also be a lot cheaper than residential carpet as it is often made from more affordable fibers. Commercial carpet is also incredibly versatile, and it comes in a wide range of colors and patterns that can fit into nearly any office design or style.

Disadvantages of Commercial Carpet

While commercial carpet can be a natural choice in a professional setting, it is important to keep in mind that there are some drawbacks. Major concerns to give thought to include rough texture, high-quality versions can be expensive, less comfortable to stand on than residential carpet, and fibers can crush quickly with heavy wear. Since commercial carpets are not used in places where individuals might sit or lay down on it, the rough texture is rarely an issue. Standing on commercial carpet for long periods of time can be uncomfortable, but including a thicker overlay can eliminate that concern as well. Finally, the quality of the commercial carpet will dictate the price, but some very high-quality versions can equal or even surpass the price of residential carpeting.

Sheet Vinyl

Sheet Vinyl

Sheet vinyl is often used as an alternative to natural stone, ceramic tile or even hardwood, especially in rooms like kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms that are more susceptible to moisture. The layered construction provides stability, cushioning and a protective finish for durability. It usually comes in a 12-foot-wide roll, which B&B Carpets will cut to size. Depending on the size of your room, you may just need a single roll, but regardless, this type of flooring leaves few (if any) seams.

We carry the following Sheet Vinyl Manufacturers:

Armstrong, Logo Mannington, Logo


Most people think vinyl, then envision kitchens of decades past. Well, things have definitely changed. Innovative technology allows the vinyl sheet to have styles with visuals and texture so realistic they can be mistaken for real hardwood, ceramic or stone flooring. Homeowners with great taste are opting for premium vinyl sheet over other flooring types for its winning combination of realism, on-trend stylishness, and practical durability.

Always remember you don't have to sacrifice style to get a low-maintenance floor that takes on traffic, topples and spills with ease. Vinyl flooring lets you transform any room with gorgeously realistic and durable designs inspired by wood, stone, ceramic — and your own imagination.

Vinyl Planks

Vinyl Planks

The hottest new thing on the flooring market is waterproof flooring. Now you can get that gorgeous, homey wood look you’ve been craving in every room of the home. Get ready to dive headfirst into the world of waterproof flooring. What can be better than having 100% Waterproof flooring? Life has its spills. It’s just a fact of…well…life. That’s why Luxury Vinyl Planks keeps liquids from seeping below your floor, giving you one less thing to worry about. Think about any large spills that might have happened in your house. Like that one time when your child dropped the open gallon of milk, and it spilled everywhere, or when your adorable puppy accidentally confused the corner next to the tv with the grass in the backyard.

This is when waterproof flooring comes to the rescue. Kids, pets, parties and other spill-inducing scenarios can be a nightmare. However, waterproof flooring is a solution that can help you rest at ease. Vinyl plank flooring is pretty much the Superman of the flooring industry.

We carry the following Vinyl Plank Manufacturers:

Here’s a quick look at just a few of the qualities that make it so awesome.

• Ultra-durable. WPC is known for being the best of the best, showcasing the thickest, most durable luxury vinyl with the thickest wear layers for optimal scratch protection.
• 100% waterproof. And guaranteed by the manufacturers.
• Perfect for imperfect subfloors. Little known fact: because waterproof vinyl plank flooring is so thick and durable, it can hide an imperfect subfloor. I know, I know, you don’t care what the subfloor looks like. But do you care about dropping a bunch of extra money leveling it beforehand? With waterproof luxury vinyl plank and tile flooring, oftentimes, you won’t have to.
• Realistic wood and stone look. Seriously, vinyl is changing. Rapidly. The top-end vinyl floors are able to more realistically mimic natural materials better than ever before. WPC vinyl is the best of the best, which means the looks are usually incredibly convincing and beautiful.
• More resilient than ceramic tile. It’s true, you could just get a wood or stone look tile, and it would also be waterproof. But tile is hard. Standing on a tile floor all day isn’t great for your joints or feet. Vinyl is more resilient and much more comfortable.
• Low maintenance. All you need is the occasional vacuum and damp mop to keep your planks looking fabulous.

We’ve already seen a new generation of products out in the marketplace with enhanced stability, durability and stain and indent resistance. And, there is a laser focus on bringing out realistic visuals.

• Printed vinyl layer. This is where you get your gorgeous photo imagery that makes the vinyl look (nearly) identical to natural materials like stone and wood. Often, WPC Vinyl flooring is the highest quality vinyl on the market. This means you get the most realistic looks that people will swear are real wood/stone!

• Wear layer. Just like with traditional vinyl, the wear layer is like your bodyguard; it helps protect your floor from dents, scratches, etc. The thicker the wear layer, the buffer your bodybuilder. Vinyl indoor flooring is known for having a buff, beefy wear layers offering more protection. When you look at vinyl flooring, it’s just as (if not more) important to look at wear layer thickness as plank thickness. *Can vary between manufacturers.

This is just the beginning. I expect suppliers to continue to innovate in the coming years to help fuel the growth of this category.

The Pro’s

• The biggest advantage of vinyl plank flooring is the fact that it is 100% water resistant. This makes it the ideal flooring solution for spaces such as basements, kitchens, and bathrooms. In addition, vinyl plank flooring is very durable with commercial grade wear layers and fiberglass reinforcement.

• Vinyl can be installed on nearly any sub-floor, with the thicker floors being forgiving to imperfect sub-floors. Luxury vinyl plank flooring can also be glued down which is something that may be attractive to homeowners. The affordability, durability and natural wood look make vinyl plank flooring a great option for busy spaces without the price tag of authentic wood.

• You can install the floating vinyl plank flooring over the existing one without a problem. It’s not difficult to install new floating vinyl planks over your old laminate, ceramics, or concrete, as long as you prepare the existing flooring properly.

The Con’s

As with any product, there are disadvantages associated with vinyl plank flooring. If you choose to glue down your vinyl plank flooring, the removal process is known to be very difficult. If you are installing vinyl as a temporary solution, it is recommended you avoid glue to make the removal as easy as possible.

Vinyl plank flooring is very durable, however, it can be punctured with very sharp objects. For example, if a kitchen knife gets dropped with the point down on the vinyl plank flooring, it is likely there will be a visible scar. Vinyl plank flooring also does not have the wood feel of laminate or especially hardwood, but advances in the appearance are continually improving. When walking on vinyl flooring with shoes, it does not have the rich wooden sound a natural wood floor would.

Floating vinyl plank flooring is perfect for people who stand on their feet most of the time. You will be surprised how comfortable and quiet this floor can be. The floating vinyl plank flooring is natural and comfortable flooring to walk on. It looks and feels warmer than any other flooring solution.

Vinyl Composition Tile

Vinyl Composition Tile

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Engineered Hardwood

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