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HOW TO MEASURE A ROOM
Measure the maximum length and width at the room's widest points, (measure to the back of the door frame to allow the carpet to be fitted into the door).
Multiply the width measurement by the length measurement to give you an idea of the total square meters required. (Carpet prices are per square meter). e.g. 2m x 4m = 8m²
To work out an approximate price take the square meter price e.g. £26.00 and multiply it by your total square meters. £26.00 x 8m² = £208.00
If the room is not a regular shape measure the size of any indentations e.g. Fireplace. This is important so that all waste can be utilised ultimately reducing the cost.
Draw out your room with the dimensions on, this will help when planning your budget and allow you to buy the best quality carpet you can afford.
This will also help when planning the most economical way to use the carpet, which can be available in different widths.
Measure length (1) x width (2) Important so the correct number of repeats or length is calculated.
Measure any indentations (3 and 4) eg fireplace, bay window This is important so all waste can be utilised, ultimately reducing the cost.
Measure to the 'back' of the door frame (5) It is important to allow enough carpet to be fitted under the door threshold.
This is only a guide for your own estimation, please consult your retailer or qualified carpet fitter for a final measure.
All our work is fully guaranteed by our own employed fitters. We also offer a floor sanding and restoring service, we undertake wood block and parquet flooring, flooring design, we can also offer a bespoke design, your own carpet service. Carpet & wood flooring shop based in Deal, Kent