Tufted broadloom, in contrast to woven broadloom, is a broadloom carpet which has yarn that was punctured by the sowing needles of a tufting machine through a primary backing to form the surface yarn. Then, the separate components are laminated together by glue on the underside. The facial appearance (i.e., the color or pattern) is not typically evident on the carpet's underside. The tufting process is less expensive than weaving, and the installation labor is commonly less than installing woven broadloom.
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