Contract Carpets

The choice in carpets is extensive, covering the complete ranges of a huge number of manufacturers offering everything from basic carpet tiles to luxurious deep pile carpet rolls.

Contract carpet tiles The most popular floor covering of choice for offices, public buildings, education and healthcare administration areas, modern carpet tiles are one of the most consistently innovative products in the flooring market. Besides constant development of superior yarns and raw materials and more environmentally friendly production methods, modular flooring is an interior design favourite.

Wide ranges of colour, patterns and textures are available for almost any environment to suit any budget. Random install tiles have brought savings in cost from reduced waste and shorter install times with ease of replacement of damaged tiles. Cushion backed products incorporating recycled materials in their backing are offered with extended warranties and benefits such as underfoot comfort and sound absorption. Texture through tip shearing, structured loop and cut and loop finishes has been developed over the years with many different options now available to designers. There are a huge number of options available from many manufacturers

Carpet broadloom This popular home floor covering may not be a viable option in certain business environments where there is a computer raised floor system and under-floor access is required. However, there is often no reason why meeting room suites or executive areas cannot have the luxury of a high quality broadloom carpet. We supply a large selection of ranges from most of the main manufacturers. There is no limit for choice in colour, style, pattern and texture.

Whatever your carpet installation or fitting needs speak to the experts at Creative Commercial and Contract Flooring for a market leading range of choice and service; contact us today and we can arrange a no obligation survey and quotation with one of our experienced team.

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