Carpet: Everything You Need To Know
(From Types to Fibres to Price to Installation and Maintenance)

written by Vaidas Mockus (Founder, Deco Designs)

Are you planning on having carpets installed in your home or office?

Carpet is a popular flooring option thanks to the feeling of warmth and coziness it gives to a room as well as how it feels to walk on.

There’s a wide range of carpet designs and styles to choose from as well as various types of carpets in terms of the fibres they are made from.

Choosing carpet will depend on a number of factors:

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  • Design
  • Compliment existing décor
  • Feeling Underfoot
  • Durability
  • Stain-Resistance
  • Children
  • Pets
  • Price
Choosing Carpet

In this guide, we’ll reveal everything you need to know about carpet.

From its benefits, to the different fibre types, to professional installation, and price per square metre you can expect when shopping around.

Here’s what you’ll discover…

  • The 6 Main Benefits Of Carpet (Why everyone loves carpet)
  • Natural Fibres Vs Synthetic Fibres (And mixes of each)
  • The 2 Types Of Carpet (And which ones are best for any environment)
  • How Much Does Carpet Cost? (Per sqm prices for different quality carpets)
  • How Long Does Carpet Last? (And how to increase its lifespan)
  • Luxury Carpet Options (What’s best and why)
  • Cheap Carpet – Is It Really Worth It?
  • Carpet Underlay – Do You Need It?
  • Commercial-Grade Carpet Vs Domestic Carpet (What’s the difference?)
  • Carpet Vs Laminate Flooring (Pros and cons)
  • Carpet Vs Vinyl Flooring (What’s best?)
  • Carpet Vs Wood Flooring (Advantages and disadvantages)
  • Carpet Vs Carpet Tiles (What’s the difference?)
  • Which Carpet To Lay Where (Best carpet types for bedroom, dining, living room)
  • Carpet Offcuts? Turn Them Into Area Rugs
  • Popular Carpet Brands (Top manufactures worldwide)
  • Carpet Maintenance (Tips for extending the life of carpet)
  • Carpet Stores and Contractors (Comparing service and price)
  • Final Thoughts

Let’s get into it…

What’s So Great About Carpet?

Carpet has been a popular flooring option for thousands of years (if you factor in that rugs were the first ‘carpet’ of choice in royal and noble palaces in ancient Rome and Constantinople).

In more recent times, carpet is popular due to it’s visual appeal, affordability, as well as the warmth it gives to any room in a house or business premises.

And while there are many options to consider when it comes to floor coverings with each having their own advantages and disadvantages…

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6 Main Benefits of Carpet

1)  Comfort – Compared to hard surfaces such as ceramic tiles and hardwood, carpet is easier to walk on and feels more comfortable because its fibres have amazing flexibility that give better cushioning.

2)  Warmth and Insulation – The thickness and absorbent quality of carpets; regardless of its type of fibre, will keep your room better insulated and warmer.

3)  Better Acoustics – The fibres of a carpet can dampen noise inside a room because it has the ability to absorb sound.

4)  Safety – Carpets are soft and textured which means you won’t slip and fall on them like you could on hardwood or tiles.

5)  Aesthetics – You can transform the look and feel of your room simply by changing the style and design of its carpets.

6)  Low Cost – With carpets, you don’t need to treat and coat the floor as you would with hard surface materials. This lowers the cost of installation and maintenance compared to other flooring options.

“Flooring is the foundation of any beautiful room. Start with a great carpet and the rest will fall into place.”

Joseph Carini

Natural Fibre Vs Synthetic Fibre Carpet

Carpet consists of an upper layer of pile that is attached to a backing.

The pile used to be made 100% from wool but after the 20th century, an 80/20 mix and synthetic fibres became the popular choice because it was less expensive than wool.

Synthetic fibre such as nylon, polyester, and polypropylene were much cheaper to use for pile compared to wool.

The types of fibres are categorised as either synthetic or natural,

Synthetic fibre is machine-made. Most carpet sold on the market today are synthetic.

Synthetic fibres include:

  • Nylon
  • Polyester
  • Polypropylene
  • Triexta

Natural fibres come from nature. They are harvested and then processed to become carpet.

Natural fibres include:

  • Wool
  • Sisal
  • Cotton
  • Seagrass
  • Jute
  • Silk
  • Coir

“When pulling together a decorating scheme, it’s worth bearing in mind that paint companies with their own mixing facilities can turn thousands of different tones into paints, yet carpet manufacturers understandably have more limited palettes.

Therefore if you’re planning to carpet your room, particularly if you’re considering a bold colour or pattern, it’s worth choosing your flooring first then sourcing a paint colour that works with it, whether it’s harmonious or a contrasting colour, rather than finalising your paint choices then trying to find a carpet to co-ordinate.”

Joanna Thornhill, Interiors Stylist, Writer and Author
Her latest book, My Bedroom is an Office, is out now.

Joanna Thornhill Interior Stylist

Joanna Thornhill, Interior Stylist and Author

Which Type Of Carpet Fibre Is Best?


Natural fibre carpets are made from sustainable sources and are therefore more environmentally friendly than synthetic fibre carpets.


Synthetic fibre carpets are more stain-resistant and easier to maintain than natural fibre.


It would depend on the type of synthetic or natural fibre that you choose. Wool is a durable natural fibre. Nylon is a durable synthetic fibre.


It takes more material to make natural fibre which is why it is more expensive than synthetic. Some types of natural fibre carpets are also hand-woven.


Synthetic fibre carpet is easier to maintain compared to natural fibre.

Types Of Carpet

Carpet is made when yarn-style material is looped through a backing which then creates a pile on the upside.

There are 2 types of carpet: Loop Pile and Cut Pile.

Loop Pile Carpet

Berber – In this type of Loop Pile carpet, the fibres are bent into sets of loops which are shorter in length. Berber is popular because it is durable and stain-resistant.

Level Loop – The loops are also small but of the same length. It might feel a bit stiff but its durability makes Level Loop ideal for rooms where foot traffic is high.

Multi-Level Loop – The tops of the loops vary in height which gives the carpet a visually-appealing design.

Cut Pile

Saxony – With this cut pile type, the fibre ends are cut very evenly and packed tightly. This is a plush carpet that gives a soft and luxurious feel.

Textured – The yarn used for Textured is twisted until it is tight, then cut. The process makes Textured resistant to stains and easy to clean.

Frieze – An attractive and luxurious option which has fibres that curl in different directions. Ideal for high foot traffic areas because it can hide footprints.

Pattern – A stylish and decorative type of cut pile which uses a combination of cut and looped yarn spots.

Carpet Types

“Have nothing in your home that you don’t know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”

William Morris

How Much Does Carpet Cost?

The cost of carpeting will depend on the following factors:

  • Type of Carpet
  • Brand / Manufacturer
  • Thickness or Density
  • Type of Twist
  • Material / Fibre
  • Design
  • Quality
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Here is a carpet price guide that you can use to estimate the cost of new carpet.

This price guide would include new underlay and fitting service by a professional carpet installer.

  • Inexpensive 100% polypropylene carpet – Starts €30 per square metre (approx USD$33)
  • Mix 50% wool 50% Synthetic Carpet – Price starts €35 per square metre (approx USD$38)
  • Mix 80/20 Carpet – Price starts €40 per square metre (approx USD$44)
  • Thicker, deeper twist nylon carpet – €50 per square metre (approx USD$55)
  • Plush pile nylon carpet – €60 per square metre (approx USD$66)
  • Wool carpet – Starts €35 per square metre (approx USD$38)
  • Higher quality and special design nylon/wool blend – €125 to €150 per square metre (approx USD$138-$166)
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What Is The Lifespan Of Carpet?

The lifespan of your carpet isn’t set in stone. How long your carpet will last will depend on a number of factors:

Foot Traffic – Carpet fibres gets squashed when compressed in high foot traffic areas.

Colour and Design – Designs with intricate patterns and darker in colour will hide stains better than lighter-coloured carpets that have a simpler design.

Cleaning and Maintenance Schedule – Well-maintained carpets can last up to 15 years or more.

Type of Carpet Backing – Cushion backing carpets last less then canvas backing carpets. Most canvas backing options have a double backing: the primary backing – where the yarn is tufted into, and the secondary backing which is the outer material. Backling helps absorb the impact of foot traffic on carpet and can extend its lifespan.

Carpet Lifespan

Luxury Carpet Options

Luxury carpet can do more for your room than just adding a look of sophistication and elegance.

It can divide space, create a mood, and highlight décor, artwork and lighting in a room.

Here are the 3 best luxury carpet options for your home:


This type of fibre has natural beauty and is very resilient to foot traffic. It has a natural springiness which allows it to recover quickly from the weight of furniture and footsteps.

Wool also offers great insulation for your home and is highly resistant to stains.


Silk fibre carpet have natural shine and lustre. Silk is the go-to fibre for luxurious Persian and Oriental carpets.

These fibres have great tensile strength which allows the artisan to create tight, intricate design patterns.


Velvet carpet is made of industrially-woven fibre that is usually cut-pile. It looks very elegant with densely-packed and tightly-twisted tufts.

Velvet carpets shade over time which gives it character and richness.

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The True Cost Of Cheap Carpet

Carpet is something you don’t buy every day. New carpet will probably last 10 to 15 years.

Buying carpet is a type of investment for your home because it adds value when new and can really lift the overall look and feel of a home.

Does price equate to value when buying carpets? Yes.

Expensive carpets, such as wool and silk, are made of fibres that are more durable and stain-resistant.

The fibres of expensive options are also packed more tightly for greater thickness and density which further increases their durability.

Buying cheap carpet may save you some money but there are other costs to consider.

Look and Feel

You can tell the difference in comfort and feel when walking on an expensive carpet than on a cheap one.

Expensive carpets have more bounce and spring in them because of the type of fibre and their overall density and thickness.

An expensive carpet will have intricate designs and colour patterns that make them beautiful to look at while hiding dirt and stains at the same time.

Cheap carpets like polypropylene (olefin) do not have the spring and bounce of an expensive option such as wool. With wool, it’s also susceptible to soiling which is left-over residue in the fibre.

In a few years, cheap carpet will look old and worn out.


Expensive carpets such as those made of Sisal and Jute fibres are very durable. The materials are made of naturally-strong fibres. These types of carpets are also hand-woven for maximum tightness and density.

Synthetic fibres such as nylon, polyester, and polypropylene are cheaper and will flatten out over time.


Cheap carpets do not last long because their fibres are not as strong and do not have the same level of shock absorbing capability as expensive fibres. Cheap carpets also tend to be less stain-resistant compared to expensive carpets.

Here is an estimate of how long a carpet will last depending on its grade and pricing:

  • Cheap, low-grade carpet – 1 to 5 years
  • Cheap, medium-grade carpet – 5 to 15 years
  • Expensive, high-grade carpet – 15 to 25 years
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Carpet Underlay – Do You Need It?

Underlay is a thin layer of cushioning that is laid underneath carpet.

The most common materials used to make underlay are sponge, rubber, foam, felt, and crumb rubber.

The purpose of underlay is to give carpet more cushioning, reduce the level of wear and tear, and to improve insulation.

Using an underlay has the following benefits:

  • Gives carpets more cushioning
  • Reduces the level of wear and tear on the carpet
  • Improves insulation
  • Helps reduce the level of noise
  • Provides a smoother surface to install the carpet
  • Enhances the stability of the floor

You will need an underlay with new carpet. Underlay takes the weight of passing feet. If there’s no underlay or the underlay starts to wear, carpet wear accelerates too.

Decent underlay is an investment, and improves heat insulation and noise reduction.

Carpet Underlay Benefits

Commercial Grade Carpet Vs Domestic Carpet

Carpet retailers carry both commercial grade and domestic carpet.

What are the differences between these 2 types of carpet?


You can find a wider selection of colours in domestic carpeting compared to commercial-grade carpeting.

Light-coloured carpeting is a popular choice for homes because it helps give the illusion of space. For offices, dark-coloured carpeting is often used in order to hide stains and wear from foot traffic.

Comfort Level

Domestic carpet is made with a thicker underlay in order to improve comfort and enhance sound absorption.

Manufacturers of commercial-grade carpet have taken notice of the benefits of thicker underlay and are producing more carpets with strong, thick cushion backing.


If comfort takes precedence in domestic carpet, durability is the top priority for commercial-grade carpet.

This is because carpets used in a commercial environment should have the ability to handle a high volume of foot traffic.

Commercial-grade carpets are usually have a shorter pile height because longer fibres are more susceptible to being squashed by heavy foot traffic.


Commercial-grade carpet requires more maintenance and cleaning compared to domestic carpet because it goes through heavier foot traffic.

Even if your home has small children and pets running about, the level of dirt, grime, and debris will not compare to that of an office where several people trudge in dirty shoes from the street outside.


Commercial-grade carpet is generally more expensive than domestic carpet but as always, the cost of carpet is determined by the quality of the fibre used, the design, the pile type, texture and pattern.

Here is a cost comparison

Commercial-Grade Carpet Cost:

  • Low Grade – €27 per square metre (approx USD$30)
  • Medium Grade – €45 per square metre (approx USD$50)
  • High Grade – €65 per square metre (approx USD$72)

Domestic Carpet Cost:

Price guide would include new underlay and fitting service.

  • Apartment Grade – €22 per square metre (approx USD$24)
  • Low-Grade – €27 per square metre (approx USD$30)
  • Medium Grade – €45 per square metre (approx USD$50)
  • High Grade – €65 per square metre (approx USD$72)
Domestic Carpet vs Commercial Grade Carpet

Carpet Vs Laminate Flooring

Carpet and laminate are more popular choices for flooring due to their relatively low cost and durability.

But what are the differences between the two?


High grade carpet will last 15 to 25 years. Top quality laminate flooring may need to be replaced after 15 to 25 years due to gouges, marks or water damage over the years.


Laminate flooring is around the same price as carpet. The cost per square metre is estimated to range between €27 and €45 per square metre inclusive of installation.


Carpet is a textile floor covering made of pile that is attached to a backing. Laminate flooring options include manufactured/engineered look-a-like wood, stone, tile, and ceramic styles and shapes.

Resistance to Moisture

Extended exposure to moisture will cause carpets to build molds and mildew. Laminate flooring will offer some resistance but it will not be able to handle standing water.


Carpets are made of either natural or synthetic fibre. Laminate flooring is usually made from synthetic fibreboard.


Carpets feel softer and more comfortable to walk on. Laminate flooring is made of harder material but is still comfortable to walk on.

Insulation and Noise Reduction

Carpets absorb sound better and offer greater insulation compared to laminate flooring.

Carpet Vs Vinyl Flooring

Carpet and vinyl flooring are also popular with homeowners and business owners because they’re cheaper than hardwood flooring and are available in different colours.

Here are the differences between carpet and vinyl flooring:


Both flooring types are highly-durable but while carpets can get stained or torn, vinyl flooring can be dented or ripped.


Vinyl flooring is waterproof; carpet is not.


Carpet is very comfortable for your feet. Vinyl flooring does not stay warm which may be more uncomfortable for those in air-conditioned rooms or cold climates.


Vinyl flooring can last more than 20 years.


When underlay is used, vinyl flooring can reduce the level of noise similar to carpet.


Carpet is slightly more expensive than vinyl flooring which costs €21 to €45 per square metre. (approx USD$23-$50)

Carpet Vs Vinyl Flooring

Carpet Vs Wood Flooring

Carpet and hardwood remain good choices for flooring – but which one is better?

Here are the differences between carpet and wood flooring:


Wood flooring can be more expensive than carpet. The cost of low to medium range wood flooring will be from €30 to €120 per square metre.

Cleanliness and Care

Carpets tend to hide dirt and will require a bit more cleaning and maintenance than wood flooring.


Wood flooring is susceptible to wear and tear; you might see some scratches and stains but they last longer than carpet.


Carpet is much more comfortable to walk on compared to wood flooring.


Carpet offers more safety than wood flooring because it has cushioning.

Insulation and Noise Reduction

Carpet has absorbent qualities that will help reduce noise and improve insulation. Wood flooring feels cold and does not absorb noise.

Carpet Vs Wood Flooring

Carpet Vs Carpet Tiles

Carpet Tiles are used to create unique design patterns for a room. They are mostly used for kids’ rooms, gyms, spas, and coffee shops.

Which one is better: Carpet or carpet tiles?

Here are their differences:


Carpet is more comfortable than carpet tiles because they are thicker and will not break apart.


Carpets are available in intricate designs and patterns. Carpet tiles will show uneven wear and tear and will make your flooring look older.

Insulation and Noise Reduction

Both offer insulation and noise reduction but you get better results with carpet because it is thicker and denser than carpet tiles.


Carpet will provide more cushioning than carpet tiles.

Maintenance and Upkeep

Carpet tiles are easier to maintain. You only have to replace the damaged carpet tile.


Some carpet tiles could be cheaper than carpet. Its price will range between €30 per square metre and €55 per square metre. (approx USD$33-$61)

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Which Carpet To Lay Where

Where to lay carpet in your home or office will depend on comfort, the level of foot traffic, and your aesthetic preferences.

Here are our suggestions on the type of carpet you could use for the different rooms of your home as well as commercial premises.

In The Home

Carpet for Bedrooms

You can choose between 50/50 mix, nylon and polyester as the carpet for your bedroom. Those types will give you a wide range of colours to choose. Nylon 50/50 mix is more durable but polyester has better stain-resistant properties.

Carpet for Dining Room

The dining room is one of the busiest areas in a home. You will need a carpet type that can handle heavy foot traffic, the weight of the furniture, and the constant pulling of chairs.

Berber loop and Saxony loop carpets which are made from polypropylene are good choices. They are stain-resistant, highly durable, 100% bleach-cleanable, and still offer good comfort. An 80/20 mix can also be used.

Carpet for Hallway and/or Staircase

80/20 mix nylon and polyester are excellent choices for your hallway because they are durable enough to handle foot traffic, have good stain-resistant qualities, and are available in various designs.

Nylon is a bit more springy and may give you better comfort than polyester.

Carpet for Entry

Choose a durable type of carpet such as nylon, polyester or polypropylene with a design pattern in order to hide dirt and stain.

Carpet for Living Room

With all the activity that goes in the living room, it is best to select a carpet that is durable, stain-resistant, and with a variety of designs to choose from.

Nylon, Wool, and 80/20 mix are durable and have good stain- resistant properties. Polyester is also durable but tends to shed and is hard to clean.

Commercial Premises

Carpet for Office

Carpets that are made from synthetic fibre such as Nylon, Polypropylene or Olefin are the most popular choices for the office because these are durable enough to handle high foot traffic.

Polypropylene and Olefin have great stain-resistant properties. Choose darker colours or patterned designs to hide dirt and shoe markings.

Carpet for Retail Store

Carpets made of natural fibres such as Coir and Sisal are excellent choices for retail stores. They are beautiful, highly-durable, and can reduce noise levels.

Carpet for Lobby Entrance

Lobby entrances are high foot traffic areas. The carpets you choose should be durable and exude an elegant, sophisticated look.

Synthetic fibres such as Nylon and Triexta are good choices. For natural fibres, go with Cotton, Sisal or Coir.

Carpet Designs and Trends

Carpet Binding: Make The Most Of Carpet Offcuts

Do you have extra carpet offcuts? Don’t throw them away.

You can turn these offcuts into area rugs that can be used around the house for various purposes.

Living Room

Turn a large offcut of nylon or olefin carpet into an area rug for the living room and save up to $100.


Carpet offcuts from natural fibres such as wool, silk, and cotton are good choices for a rug in the bedroom. Stick to simple, light, and subdued colours in order to make your bedroom more peaceful and relaxing.


Choose carpet offcuts with design patterns to hide stains and dirt. The best type of fibre would be one that is highly-durable to foot traffic such as nylon or coir if your preference is natural fibre.


Create a rug out of woven cotton fibre for your bathroom. It is beautiful, absorbent, and durable.

Dining Room

Rugs made from Nylon or Polyester are good choices because in addition to being durable, they are also stain-resistant.


Nylon, Polyester, and Polypropylene area rugs are ideal for the kitchen where spillages frequently occur.

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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.

LanoLano 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.

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Carpet Maintenance

Carpet is a great investment for your home. Treat it right, maintain it well and you can extend the life of carpet by several years.

Here are a few carpet maintenance tips that will keep it looking fresh and new:

  • Vacuum frequently – every day if possible.
  • Place a decorative rug on top of carpet in high foot traffic areas. This will reduce wear and tear on the carpet.
  • Dab spilled liquids with paper towels as soon as possible.
  • If your pet urinates on the carpet, dab it with paper towels and once dry, apply an enzymatic cleaner to remove bacteria, stains, and odour.
  • Avoid walking on carpet with shoes.
  • The sun’s rays can damage the colour and quality of carpet. Install curtains or blinds in areas where carpets are heavily exposed to the sun’s rays.
  • Place a coarse doormat outside your entrance to remove trapped dirt from shoes.
  • Place a water-absorbent doormat inside your entrance to remove excess water from shoes.
  • Schedule your professional carpet cleaning services twice-a-year. If you have small children or pets you may have to schedule cleaning every 3 months.
Carpet Maintenance Tips

Carpet Stores And Contractors

If you want to buy carpet and are looking to get the best deals nearby and would like to ensure you get great service from carpet supply to installation, visit reputable carpet stores and showrooms that work with trustworthy, reliable flooring contractors.

By visiting one or more carpet stores you’ll be able to look, touch and feel the various options to help you decide on which is the best carpet to buy for your home or commercial premises.

Alternatively, many carpet retailers have a call-out option where one of their carpet specialists will come to your home or workplace to discuss the various carpet designs and trends and the best options for your space and provide you with a quote on the spot, or shortly after.

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Final Thoughts and Tips

Buying carpet is one of the best things you can do for your home or office.

Carpet is comfortable to walk on, improves insulation, reduces noise levels, enhances the aesthetic design of your room, and improves the look and feel of your home.

For the office, carpet can create a look of elegance and sophistication, hide dirt and resist stains, and improves the acoustics of the room.

The type of carpet for your home or office would depend on the volume of foot traffic, the level of activity, and the people who frequent the room.

You can find good quality carpets whether you opt for synthetic or natural fibre.

What is important is to make sure your carpet receives proper care and maintenance so that it will last longer and continue to look good as the years progress.

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