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These are just some of the well know carpet manufacturers we can supply across the Glasgow area, but there are many many more too numerous to mention!
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Our Favourite Carpets In Glasgow (and outside!)
Everybody knows that modern life can be hectic.
Kids running wild, pets dragging mud around the house and just as you get a chance to put your feet up, you spill wine on the carpet. Typical. At AllfloorsGlasgow, we’ve seen it all. That’s why we decided to start providing our customers with a wider range to choose from. Office, home and stair carpets that can handle whatever you chuck at them (literally and figuratively speaking). Here’s a quick rundown of some of our favourite to handle your household horrors with ease:
In recent years, Westex have established themselves as one of the finest producers of carpets in Britain. Although they are based more than a stone’s throw from Glasgow (in the heart of England), the reputation and quality of their carpets has helped spread their brand across the country. Their dedication to producing good quality has led them to becoming a firm favourite for Allfloors Glasgow. But Westex aren’t just about the beauty; they have the brains to match. Their carpets can resist stains of all sorts, as well as providing durable protection against any moth invasions. In short, these guys know what they’re doing. Feel free to get in touch with us for more information.
For some people, no matter how durable a carpet is, style always comes first. And it’s completely understandable. They can easily change the mood and style of a room based on the colour and texture. For the style conscious amongst you, Adam carpets in Glasgow is the place to go. These guys have been producing some of the best looking around recently, and they aren’t showing any signs of slowing down. Their combination of traditional crafting methods and innovative design has cemented their place as a firm favourite here at AllFloors. To check out some of their colourful products, get in touch with us.
Taking an even further leap away from Glasgow, Lano carpets are the finest Belgian import since their chocolate and beer. These carpets are designed in a typically quirky, European style that can help add some much needed fun to any room. If you fancy getting a Lano carpet in your home, you don’t have to get the next bus to Bruges from Glasgow (although that sounds pretty good). We will do all the hard work for you.
Alternative flooring are a company with one intention; to shake things up. Their products capture the fun spirit of Glasgow in their design and patterns, and this attitude is reflected in the way they market themselves. AllFloorsGlasgow is proud to be associated with a company that refuses to play it safe, and is constantly changing the way that we consider carpeting for commerical and household properties. If you need any more information about Alternative flooring, be sure to get in touch with us today.
Hugh Mackay offer their products at prices that can easily hold up against the best that Glasgow has to offer. But their low prices are not a true reflection of the quality and craftsmanship that goes into creating every single carpet that they produce. There are a million companies out there (and more than a few around Glasgow) claiming to offer cheap, good quality products. Yet very few can deliver on both claims. Hugh Mackay, we salute you. To get one of these installed in your home, click here.
Manx are specialists in producing items that are far from being described as ‘manky’. AllFloors realise that carpets should be simple, yet able to withstand the barrage of mess and dirt that the average household dishes out. At Manx, they have totally nailed this concept. Formed on the Isle of Man, Manx have now grown into a successful business that have a loyal following of customers. Their no-nonsense approach to dealing with stains is refreshing in an industry that can often put style over substance. If you fancy installing some Manx in your home, click here.
Penthouse are a company with their roots firmly set in Britain. Although their Rochdale factory is a long way from our shop in Glasgow, their carpets remain a popular choice with our customers. Putting an emphasis on traditional methods and sourcing their materials locally are two aspects of their business that Penthouse take very seriously. Their passion and dedication for carpets is reflected in the products that they produce. If you would like to know more about Penthouse, you can contact us here.
Brockway are another British company who are proud of their local roots. But unlike Penthouse, Brockway carpets have a distinctive texture and design that wouldn’t look out of place in the swankiest bar in Glasgow. Their emphasis on creating vibrant patterns that make an impact gives Brockway a distinctive look and feel compared to many of the other companies included in this list. If you feel that Brockway is up your street, drop us an email.
Gaskell pride themselves on providing carpets made from the finest wool that the UK has to offer. Their ‘old school’ approach to creating carpets is refreshing in an industry that can sometimes become reliant on the latest fads to help sell their products. Rather than relying on ‘cutting edge’ technology to make their carpets durable, they believe that good ol’ fashioned British wool is the most durable stuff around, and there’s no need to add anything extra to it. After trying out one of their carpets, you’ll be convinced too. This wool is so hard that it makes us Glaswegians look like big softies. To find out more getting a Gaskell carpet, feel free to get in touch with us.
So there is a quick rundown of our favourite carpets that we have here at AllFloors. We truly believe that if you are going to endorse something, you have to genuinely believe in the product yourself. This is why we pride ourselves on looking beyond Glasgow and choosing to source the finest carpets that we could find. If any of the above carpets have taken your fancy, get in touch with us and we can get something arranged.
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