We stock 100’s of carpets in our showroom

In various colours and styles, we have your dream carpet for every room of your home

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  • Cote De Azur

  • Portmore

  • Brockham

Brockham - £19m2



Portmore - £21m2



Cote De Azur - £24m2

Cote De Azur




Carpet Styles

We have an amazing selection of carpets available, from 100% wool, 80/20 wool twists, berbers, bleach cleanable, velvet and shag pile. We really do have any carpet to suit you.

Twist Carpets


Twist carpets are a standout amongst the most popular carpets found in UK homes. They are made from yarn, which has been firmly twisted together. The fibres regularly have a coarse finish, giving the carpet a rustic, textured appearance. Available in plain colours, heather’s, stripes and patterns.

Saxony Carpets


Saxony is a kind of carpet that is a soft cut pile with an even surface. Saxony carpet is regularly woven very densely, and it has an extremely soft, extravagant feel. The primary hindrance of a saxony carpet is that it will in general show marks, for example, footprints and vacuum marks.

Loop Pile Carpets

Loop Pile

Loop carpet is produced using whole loops of yarn which are available both textured and flat. By and large these loops have an increasingly rough appearance and are often favoured for use on the stairs, in hallways or other high traffic areas.

Berber Carpets


Berber carpets come in different textures and offer a great blend of style, sturdiness, value and flexibility which makes them a well known choice for any rooms in the home. Affordable, stain-resistant and hard wearing.

Wool Carpet

  • Made without using chemicals
  • Fire retardant
  • Resistant to dust mites and allergens
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Soft to the touch
  • Naturally regulates humidity
  • Dirt-repellent
  • Available in looped (Berber), twist, or plush pile weaves
  • Resistant to fading
  • Strong and durable
  • Resistant to weight compaction
  • A flame-retardant material that won’t melt
  • Able to last for up to 15 years with proper care

To make the most informed decision, it’s crucial to know the cons of wool carpet as well. Moths and their larvae are known to feed on the keratin in wool, but you can treat your carpets to prevent this. Oil-based spills are difficult to remove and may stain on wool. Also, the material absorbs water vapor –– up to 40 percent of its weight! When relative humidity drops below 65 percent, the carpet acts as a natural humidifier by releasing the moisture back into the air. Lastly, wool is prone to shedding, which may or may not be an issue for you, depending on where your carpets are installed and whether they are used in a home or commercial space.

Synthetic Carpet

  • Comfortable and soft
  • Available in virtually any color or pattern
  • Easy to clean
  • Stain-resistant when treated
  • Generally resilient and resistant to crushing
  • Resistant to abrasion
  • Resistant to fading
  • Resistant to mold and mildew

Keep in mind that nylon carpet is prone to static, but the material can be treated to prevent it. With polyester, you may notice more matting, shedding, or pilling of the carpet fibers, especially in high-traffic spaces. While polyester is generally stain-resistant, oil-based spills will be difficult to remove. Polypropylene is less resistant to weighted crushing than nylon and polyester, and it is less resistant to abrasion. Also, synthetic carpets don’t hold up as long as wool – they usually last between three to ten years.

Contact PC Carpets

Whether you’re looking for a new carpet for your living room, family room, bedroom – or just want a new bed, get in touch for a FREE quote or measure!