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What is the difference between a carpet door bar and a carpet plate?

Posted by Andy Harrison, on May 8, 2019. Tags: , , ,

Terminology in the carpet industry for the same product can vary quite considerably. Customers ring us up and say that they are having new carpets fitted and their carpet fitter has asked them to buy some door bars to join their carpet in their doorways. They’ve spotted the Premier Cover Plate on our website, which […]

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Narrow carpet joiners for those who prefer a discrete look

Posted by Andy Harrison, on May 3, 2019. Tags: , ,

The new Slim Z and Slim D carpet joiners are perfect for everyone who likes nice clean lines and prefers a discrete approach to decoration in their home. At just 16mm and 22mm wide accordingly, these door thresholds are up to 50% narrower than most standard carpet bars. So slender, it is hoped that you […]

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Which threshold strips do I need?

Posted by Andy Harrison, on April 5, 2019. Tags: , ,

A threshold strip is a means to securely join two floorcoverings together, covering any raw edges. They are commonly used in a doorway, joining the floorcovering in one room to the next, but they also make great room dividers. Alternative terminology for threshold strips It can get pretty confusing as there are several other names […]

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How to make a customised matwell frame with a high-quality finish

Posted by Andy Harrison, on March 14, 2019. Tags: ,

Autumn is the time of year when door mats are a necessity, if you want to avoid trudging in wet and dirt from outside. Loose mats can skid around and be a trip hazard, whilst a recessed matwell is permanent and secure. Thankfully, there is a new floor trim on the market, Premier Trim Matwells, […]

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What length stair rods do I need for my stair runner?

Posted by Andy Harrison, on March 9, 2019. Tags: ,

‘What length stair rods do I need?’ is a common question. We always double-check with all our customers that they have ordered the correct length before placing their order on the factory. Whilst most have calculated the length(s) correctly, around 15% have got it wrong. Let’s take a look at where the confusion lies: How […]

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