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Watertrade / Build Trade
Carpet fitting in Maidenhead, SL6 9AY
JOS Property Services
Carpet fitting in London, NW10 9SF
Oak Floors London
Carpet fitting in London, EC1N 8JY
Carpet fitting in Middlesex, HA8 9BZ
JRM Building Contractors
Carpet fitting in Colchester, CO4 3ND
VladImir Galichyan
Carpet fitting in London, N10 1AN
NL Electrical and Maintenance
Carpet fitting in Southend-on-sea, SS1 2SP
Gold hammer
Carpet fitting in London, E12 5LY
Bob The Handyman
Carpet fitting in Barking, IG11 7XF
Carpet fitting in London, E16 1AH
Twenty Fifteen Property Maintenance Ltd
Carpet fitting in Bracknell, RG42 1SF
Carpet fitting in Halstead, CO9 2SU

Latest Carpet fitting Reviews

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9 Aug 2019

Find a tradesmen for carpet fitting

When it’s time to update the flooring in one of your rooms, it is important to get the right professional in for the job. Plentific has a database of tradespeople from around the UK, and can generate a bespoke list for you of the best carpet fitters in your local area. Not only will you have a list of choices to compare, but Plentific will also give you access to customer reviews to help you make sure that you are making the right choice.

What do you need to know about carpet fitting?

Before hiring a carpet fitter, it pays to have a good ideas of the job at hand. Measure the room yourself and think about what floor coverings you want, not just based on preference but also on price. Let your choices inspect the property themselves to help them give you an accurate quote, and do not be afraid to ask for their input, as they may be able to help you choose colours and materials, maybe even saving you money in the process.

If you have been working with other tradespeople or an architect, it is likely that they will have a carpet fitter that they have worked with in the past to recommend to you. Even so, be sure to check the experience and qualifications of your choices. A carpet fitter may have undergone an apprenticeship or college course, or might have a recognised qualification from the Flooring Industry Trading Association (FITA) or UK Flooring Academy (UKFA). Be sure to ask if they have a Construction Skills Certification Scheme card (CSCS), as this will prove they have passed a CITB Health, Safety and Environment Test, and will also vouch for their competency. You should also check their websites for reviews from previous customers. See if they are professional and comfortable to work with to help you be sure about your choice.

After discussing the job a carpet fitter should be able to offer you a flat or hourly rate. They may charge extra if they need to remove furniture from the room they are working in, though most will be willing to dispose of your old flooring free of charge. Be sure that they are insured for the work they do. Certain jobs may require the use of dangerous adhesives and chemicals. Also be sure that they have guarantees in the case of accidental damage. Be aware of their policy if you are dissatisfied with their finished work.

An experienced professional should be able to provide all of this information. If they cannot, or if they are hesitant to do so, it would be wise to continue your search.

How much does carpet fitting cost?

The cost really depends on the size of the job and the flooring required. Carpeting a small room may cost around £300, while installing laminated floor in a small kitchen would cost around £220. Installing oak solid flooring in a similarly sized room could set you back over £600. If you are unsure of the cost, ask for their advice, as they may be able to recommend cheaper materials to you. There are also other ways to save money, such as removing furniture from the room yourself. Ask your choices to break down their costs in terms of labour and materials, as this will make comparing easier.