The Holden Hill Carpet Court team
There is so much knowledge and experience in this Carpet Court team. Chris has worked in the business since 1985 and became the owner-operator in 2010. The key focus is on exceptional customer service provision and making the customer’s experience as smooth and pleasant as possible.
This family-run business includes a team of consultants with over 15 years’ experience, a storeman and a gun team of fully qualified and certified installers – who even vacuum after laying carpet!
Why is Holden Hill Carpet Court a great place to buy floor coverings?
Did you know that Carpet Court are Australia’s largest flooring retailer? There are over 200 locally owned and operated Carpet Court stores across the country with amazing buying power simply due to their size. What does this mean for you? Better prices! And because stores like Chris's are not just locally owned and operated but also a family-run business, you get the best of both worlds – excellent prices and excellent customer service.
For many decades Holden Hill Carpet Court has always been, and continues to be, a family run business. This is a small, friendly team with an abundance of experience and knowledge between them. They are passionate about their business and determined to provide the best service possible.
They service all of Adelaide and surrounding areas in retail and in addressing insurance claims.
What floor coverings will I see at Holden Hill Carpet Court?
Chris supply a large range of floor coverings making it easy for you to find the ideal carpet or floating floor for your home.
The selection of carpets includes 100% pure wool and a choice of synthetic fibre carpets such as nylon, polyester, triexta and polypropylene. Featuring all the famous carpet brands which have withstood the test of time, the store has a variety of carpet styles in either loop, cut or twist piles in a vast array of colours and textures.
Whether you need a plush wool carpet for your formal living and dining rooms or a modern loop pile carpet for your newly built house, Chris's team will help you find your dream carpet.
If a floating floor is more your style, there are many different hard flooring products at Holden Hill Carpet Court. Natural timber boards in long and wide planks, durable laminates, versatile vinyl planks and sheets and a recent product - multi-layer hybrid floors - are all on display.
What else do they sell at Holden Hill Carpet Court?
While you’d be forgiven for thinking that Holden Hill Carpet Court just sell floor coverings, they actually stock a broad selection of quality, made-to-measure blinds in a range of styles to suit your home.
Pop into the store and check out their beautiful display of roller, roman, vertical, plantation shutters or panel glide blinds in an array of colours, textures and styles, including block-out blinds for full light control and sun filter blinds to give you daytime privacy and protection from UV rays.
A range of rugs are available online to enhance your new floating floors or protect your new carpets. The helpful team at Holden Hill Carpet Court are happy to assist with your online rug purchase.
Chris won’t desert you once your new floor is installed. Your floor covering is there for many years, so they also provide a range of specialist cleaning products to make the long term care and maintenance of your floor easy.
Can I book a free, in-home measure and quote by Holden Hill Carpet Court?
Yes! They will happily measure your floors and provide advice and information about the best possible floor coverings for your home. They are passionate about interior décor and love discussing all things floor and window related!
Ask them about a free, in-home measure and quote, or simply click here to book your free service online. Alternatively, you can phone 1300 CARPET and book a time over the phone that is convenient to you.
Will the floor coverings at Holden Hill Carpet Court suit my budget?
With so many floor coverings to choose from there will certainly be some that suit your budget. The staff can advise you on long term cost factors too, such as the durability of different floor coverings, the ongoing maintenance costs and the suitability of certain floor coverings for specific areas of your home.