WEST Yorkshire carpet manufacturer Heckmondwike says it was delighted when Christian Carpets, based in Leeds, chose Array in Marble from its Creative range for the refurbishment of its 80sq m showroom.
‘We like the subtle, but stylish design of Array and this monochrome shade is very much on trend, explains Simon Christian, director at Christian Carpets.
‘We display beds as well as carpet and we also wanted something that would complement our product range, without detracting from it. Another major benefit of Heckmondwike’s fibre-bonded carpet is that it’s really hardwearing as we get a lot of traffic through our showroom, we want it to keep its ‘good as new’ look for as long as possible.’
‘It’s the ultimate compliment if a flooring showroom chooses your product for its own premises!’ said John Barraclough, area sales manager for Heckmondwike FB. ‘The showroom looks fantastic with the Array carpet and it’s also a good way to show it off to customers.’
Heckmondwike FB’s Array carpet tiles and planks features mid-width rib design and a charcoal background, which is said to be enhanced with a subtle linear pattern. The range features 12 colour options including Peacock, Blue, Black, Red, Lime, Purple, Magenta, Copper, Emerald, Fuchsia, Marble and Violet.
Like all Heckmondwike’s products, tiles from the Creative Carpet range can be cut onsite, allowing individual flooring designs to be created and installed ‘with ease’.
Heckmondwike FB’s products are made in the UK and, the company claims, provide outstanding performance, as well as being backed by a 10-year limited wear warranty, which means they can be specified ‘in complete confidence’.
In common with the rest of Heckmondwike FB’s collection, Array apparently offers antistatic and anti-slip performance, ‘excellent acoustic properties to help reduce noise levels, as well as offering excellent thermal performance’.
Christian Carpets has been established for more than 30 years and is said to be Leeds’ largest independent carpet and flooring retailer.
Sample cards for Array and Broadrib are available on request.