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Measuring & Fitting Your New Carpet

Once you’ve chosen the carpet type you want, you’ll need to measure your space to ensure that you have the correction dimensions - here’s some advice on how to measure and, once your new carpet is delivered, how to correctly fit it. Do be aware that we offer a fitting service in the East Midlands area, which you can find out about under the Our Services section, or if you prefer you can call or e-mail us. Alternatively, if you live outside the East Midlands, you can find accredited fitters on the National Institute of Carpet and Floorlayers website.

How do I measure my room/stairs?

Does it matter which way around I lay my carpet?

What kind of carpet can I use on stairs?

How do I fit carpet on stairs?

On average how much carpet do I need for stairs?

I’ve made a floorplan but I can’t work out how much carpet I need, can you take a look at my plan and work out how much carpet I need?

How do I fit natural carpet? (sisal, coir, jute, seagrass)

How do I work out how much underlay I require?

Should I do anything before the carpet arrives?

What is acclimatising and why do I need to do it?

How do I acclimatise my carpet?

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