Carpets are good for the environment as well as great for the home. Why? Well, let’s start with where the material for making quality carpets mostly comes from… wool. Sheep’s wool is a fibre which is of course a natural resource – and what’s great about it is that it is annually renewable. Each year more than 1.3 million tonnes of wool is produced world-wide, the majority of which is used for making carpets as well as clothes.
Traditionally woven carpets from manufacturers such as Axminster are made with a blend of 100% pure new wool, with tufted carpets generally containing about 80% wool. This process has benefits in terms of giving carpets durability and means that they can last for a very long time. So if carefully looked after, carpets are a sound investment.
Furthermore having carpets laid is also an excellent way of improving energy efficiency in the house, helping to reducing heat loss and noise as well providing additional insulation.
If you are looking for new flooring in your home, why not consider carpet? All of our fitters are UK trained and we have a wide range of carpets as well as wooden flooring available. It’s more affordable than you think.
Call us on 05 55 73 63 16 or 06 42 19 82 12 to discuss through your requirements or email firstname.lastname@example.org. See our website http://www.jon-thecarpetman.com for more information.