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Flooring

No matter what you need, at Carpet Court there’s a range of hard flooring available to suit every budget and lifestyle. Traditional wood, practical laminate, water-resistant vinyl and the innovate range rigid are all part of the extensive collection of hard flooring available in your local store.

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What are the benefits of wooden flooring?

Thanks to the durability, warmth, natural feel and charm, wood (or timber)
continues to be the flooring of choice for many homeowners. A beautiful wooden floor gives a classic and timeless finish. Made to last a lifetime, wooden floors are highly sought after and add value to your home.

When should I choose laminate flooring?

Laminate flooring is one of the most popular flooring choices. Laminate offers you the incredibly beautiful finish of real timber floors at a fraction of the price. It is scratch resistant, hygienic, easy to clean and very low maintenance. It’s a look you’ll love for a lifetime.

The newest innovation in hard flooring – rigid

Rigid (also known as hybrid) is the latest innovation in floating flooring.
Combining the best attributes of both laminate and vinyl, rigid can be installed throughout the entire home, including bathrooms and laundry areas because it is 100% waterproof.

How can you find the perfect flooring products for your home?

As well as the type of floor, you also need to give some consideration to other questions. Here are some of the most important:

Plank, sheet or tile?

This is a question of aesthetics; do you want to see seems or grout lines.

How do you clean it?

There is no such thing as a maintenance-free floor. Carpet requires vacuuming and periodic professional cleaning. Wood floors need dusting, waxing, and occasional refinishing. Even hard-wearing ceramic tiles must be grout-sealed and mopped.
How does it feel?
Make sure you know how your flooring choice feels underfoot. Tiles are great for wet areas like bathrooms, but they are hard and cold underfoot, this isn’t generally the desired underfoot feeling you want in your bedroom or lounge.

How does it sound?

Hard floors such as laminate, wood, timber, vinyl, rigid or tiles are  extremely practical, but they are less sound-absorbing than carpet, so if your house is full of active people, there will be more noise if you choose hard flooring. This can be counteracted by area rugs though. Not only do rugs look great and define spaces a but they also add comfort, warmth and sound insulation. Whatever your flooring choice, it is wise to study and feel all the different flooring options before you make a decision. At Carpet Court, our friendly and reliable team have the knowledge and experience to answer all your questions, they can show you all the options available and help you find the right flooring for you, your family and your home.
To find your closest Carpet Court store and check out our extensive flooring range click here then call in and chat with the friendly team.

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We can help you find any look you like, at a price that works for you – either at your place or in one of our stores.
the carpet court story

Carpet Court was founded in the 1960’s by a small group of like-minded flooring retailers looking to establish a better experience and provide greater value for our customers. Today our flourishing business has 58 stores nationwide with a reputation reflecting our longstanding presence in the market and the thousands of NZ homes we have installed carpet and flooring into over the decades.

We are New Zealand’s most trusted and preferred flooring retailer and work hard to ensure our customers enjoy the process of purchasing flooring which can often be a confusing and stressful experience. Our Customer Service focus has been recognised by winning Gold in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 for flooring stores in the Reader’s Digest Quality Service Awards - an area we continually strive to improve upon.