What is the best type of flooring?
But the greater the choice, the harder the decision, so if you’re looking for the best type of flooring for your home or business, chat with the team at your local Adelaide store to see which floor coverings they suggest will best suit your lifestyle, environment and budget.
It may be that authentic timber flooring is the ideal solution for your luxury South Australian residence, or perhaps floating floors constructed from laminate, vinyl, hybrid or bamboo will be perfect in your family home, investment property or commercial premises. Carpet is a timeless floor covering suited to almost any setting, and is available in luxurious pure wool, versatile synthetics and commercial-grade fibres such as polypropylene.
Factors to consider when determining which type of flooring is the best for you include how much direct sunlight hits your floors, how much and what type of foot traffic your floors receive, and what sort of climate you live in. If you live in a cold climate pure wool carpets provide great insulation while homes in mild beachside locations appreciate the easy-care qualities of waterproof hybrid flooring. Laminate flooring provides the same luxurious visual aesthetic as timber flooring but is a more budget-friendly option, while synthetic carpets are a popular choice for living areas and bedrooms in many homes throughout Adelaide.
New floor coverings are a significant investment in your property, providing both visual appeal and functionality. When you visit any of Carpet Court’s locally owned and operated flooring stores you will find quality products are services, making it easy to choose flooring which is the best for you.
What is the easiest flooring to install?
One of the most important aspects of flooring installation is the preparation. The ease of installing floor coverings may be affected by the state of the subfloor, but floating floors in particular are generally considered quite easy to install. Floating floors don’t attach to the subfloor, they click together to ‘float’ above it. Floating floors are considered suitable for DIY projects whereas they laying of timber floorboards is a little more involved.
Whether you are having timber flooring, floating floors or carpet installed, to be sure of a professional finish it is best to engage Carpet Court’s experienced and highly skilled flooring installers.
How much does it cost to install flooring in Adelaide?
The cost of flooring installation varies depending on the size of the area in which the floor coverings are being installed. The best way to determine the total cost of installing your preferred floor coverings along with underlay if required, and the removal and disposal of your old floors if needed, is by obtaining a free measure and quote from your local Carpet Court store.
What flooring stores are in Adelaide?
Carpet Court have a vast, growing network of over 200 flooring stores right across Australia. Throughout South Australia and in Adelaide there are presently more than a dozen locally owned and operated stores showcasing Carpet Court’s beautiful range of flooring products with window furnishings, rugs, wall panels and sometimes even home décor products and services available.
Carpet Court’s South Australian flooring stores span Port Lincoln to Port Pirie to Victor Harbor, with many stores found in regional South Australia and concentrated around Adelaide city suburbs for your convenience.
If you’re not sure where your closest Carpet Court showroom is, simply use our store locator and enter your postcode or suburb to see a list of stores near you.