Popular Carpet Brands
If you want to be assured of the quality of the carpet, it’s a good idea to choose trusted and popular brands.
Here is a list of carpet brands that have a reputation for producing high quality carpets:
Cormar Carpets – A family-owned, British company that has been making carpets since 1956, Cormar has won over 50 awards in the carpet and flooring industry.
Fibre Flooring – British company that introduced natural fibre carpet flooring in the UK.
Balta – The market leader in Europe for tufted and woven wall-to-wall carpet for both synthetic and wool yarn.
Lano – Lano has been making carpets since 1970 and specialises in Wilton and Axminster woven carpets and tufted floor coverings.
Cavalier Carpets – British company that has been in business since the 1970’s, Cavalier specialises in wool and polypropylene.
Alternative Flooring – With 20 years of experience making carpets and rugs, Alternative Flooring specialises in wool carpets, quirky design patterns, wall-to-wall carpets, and rugs.
Thomas Witter – One of the oldest manufacturers in the UK, Thomas Witter offers a wide selection of carpets from entry-level to high-end British wool.
Hugh Mackay Carpets – Manufacturer of tufted and Axminster carpets for both home and commercial use.
IVC – Established in 1997, IVC has grown to become Europe’s leading manufacturer of carpet tiles, sheet vinyl, and luxury vinyl tiles.
Telenzo – A UK-based company that has been selling since the 1970’s, Telenzo manufactures its own synthetic fibre in the company’s extrusion plant.
Rols Carpet – A carpet company based in Spain that has been manufacturing wool carpets since 1974.
Benzton Carpets – Privately-owned company in Denmark that manufactures flat-woven carpets for residential and commercial use.
Gerflor – The company manufactures sustainable and eco-friendly vinyl and linoleum floorings.
Polyflor – Founded near Manchester, England in 1915, Polyflor is one of the leading manufacturers of commercial flooring the world over.
Ardex – Online-based seller of carpets, Ardex offers a wide range of products made from 100% wool, polypropylene, nylon, polyester, and wool blend.
Armstrong – US-based company that produces a wide range of flooring materials for homes, schools, offices, stores, and hospitals.
Tarasafe – Based in New Zealand, Tarasafe produces high-quality broadloom, carpet tiles, and needlepunch flooring materials.
Forbo – Global brand that manufactures and distributes a large variety of flooring products such as linoleum, vinyl tiles, carpet tiles, natural design tiles, and needlefelt.
Interface – Founded in 1973 and based in Atlanta, Georgia, Interface is the largest manufacturer of modular carpet for home and office use.
Signature – A manufacturer that focuses on creating products for use in the hospitality industry particularly for senior living spaces.
Ontera – Established in Northmead, Sydney in 1985, Ontera is Australia’s leading manufacturer of carpet tiles and other carpet products.
Tarkett – Based in the United States, Tarkett has over 100 years of experience in the industry. Its product list includes modular carpets, broadloom, woven, vinyl, linoleum, rubber, and laminate floorings.