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You don’t have to break the bank buying a carpet or flooring!

In today’s economic climate many of us are tightening our belts, however, the latest methods of production and availability of new materials means that there is now a vast range of carpet and flooring to choose from that is within reach of any budget. If you fancy a change or are looking to replace old carpet/flooring here is a handy guide to help you plan how much you want to spend:

Carpet: The ideal low budget option is carpet made of Polypropylene twists. They come in a wide range of bright colours and are mostly for heavy domestic use. Recommend range: Harrow Twist at only £9.99 per sqm.
Vinyl: Looking for something easy to clean, perhaps for a kitchen? Our vinyl flooring starts at £10.95 per sqm.

Carpet: For the best of both worlds we recommend a carpet made of both wool and Polyproplene twists which are popular due to their durability and resilience. Recommended brand: Cormar carpets, with prices from £16 per sqm.
Vinyl: You can have vinyl of an exceptional quality for a fantastic price, options available from £21.95 per sqm.

Carpet: If you’re looking to splash out and treat your feet then you need carpet made purely of high end wool twists. Recommended brand: Adams Carpets, with prices from £28.95 per sqm. Vinyl: Looking for stunning flooring that looks like wood, slate or tile? We highly recommend Karndean Flooring whose prices start at £24.95 per sqm.

If you would like more advice on this or what style of carpet or flooring is best for you, call us on 01903 262277 or visit us at Regency Carpets showroom located in Findon Valley, near Worthing, West Sussex. It is only 13 miles away from Brighton, so come and see us for a free no obligation quote.

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