If you’ve had a new carpet in your home, the likelihood is that you’ll have some remnants left that are too small to use in another room, but big enough for it to be a shame to throw them away. Fortunately, thanks to Tayflor, you don’t have to.
At Tayflor we offer a carpet whipping service that will turn your off cuts into a whole manner of things from mats for your car, to carpet protectors for your new carpet.
Of course, we don’t just offer our carpet whipping service for remnants. We can also use the technique to create a whole host of custom items including runners and mats. This can be a cost-effective way to create rugs that fit odd spaces and are unconventional shapes.
Carpet whipping is the process of taking a section of carpet and stitching a border into it to ensure that it does not fray and that it looks smart. Carpet whipping allows you to make custom rugs, runners and mats.
By using the remnants from your new carpet, you can save yourself the cost of new materials and you’ll also have mats that match your new carpet.
You can create almost every type of flooring imaginable with carpet whipping, however some common uses include.
Our experienced team are happy to advise you when it comes to selecting a colour for your edging and are able to make custom pieces to your requirements.
To discuss edging for your remnants, or to commision a custom piece, please call our team on 01604 702774.
Tayflor made a job that seemed daunting to me, easy: matching carpets to an existing carpet, repairing uneven floor and the logistics of laying two regularly used large living spaces at once. Very knowledgeable and professional, the carpet was supplied Read More
Friendly staff at Tayflor, especially the two fitters who were polite, competent and very helpful. They helped to move the larger items of furniture, so saved the strain on our backs! Mr & Mrs Holland. Cogenhoe
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