The Carpetstore: Red Carpet Service

The Carpetstore: Red Carpet Service

Joe and Clay

Investing in new carpets or flooring? Whatever the style, texture or budget, the Carpetstore will help you achieve the look you want

Just like most businesses, fashions come and go in carpets and flooring. Few people are better able to spot and respond to the latest trends than brothers Clay and Joe Miller, who have been running the Carpetstore for the last 25 years.
‘Recently, we’ve noticed more demand for carpets with the look and feel of silk,’ explains Clay. ‘At the same time, hard-wearing, natural-look carpets remain very popular. Whatever the style, we guarantee that all our carpets have been moth-proofed. We use a treatment that puts a chemical on the yarn as it is spun – that works well.’

Customers at the Carpetstore are spoilt for choice. Clay and Joe have a huge selection of contemporary and classic designs for all tastes and budgets as well as made-tomeasure bespoke rugs and a wide range of vinyl, tile and laminate flooring. Of course, customers are welcome to take samples home to check how the colours and hues work with their domestic lighting and decor.

‘At the moment, we have new designs in 100% natural Sisal and a large selection of room-size remnants at half normal price,’ says Clay.

‘We can make stair runners to order with different edges, either bound in cotton herringbone tape or with edges whipped the same colour as the carpet, and we also supply extra-heavy commercial wear carpets for communal stairs and landings.’

Come summer, the Carpetstore also stocks artificial grass. ‘As soon as the weather improves, people ask us for it,’ smiles Clay. ‘We have different qualities and thicknesses, from 20mm to luxury 40mm pile height – and at least it doesn’t attract moths!’

With their own skilled teams of fitters, the Carpetstore will take up and remove existing carpets, lay hardboard, ply and latex sub-floors and trim doors. Whether you know an Axminster from a shagpile, man-made fibres from wool, you’ll receive excellent personal service and no-nonsense advice.

The Carpetstore
156 Goldhawk Road, W12 8HJ
020 8749 9340
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The Carpetstore
156 Goldhawk Road, W12 8HJ
020 8749 9340

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