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Carpet shop near Caroline Springs, Derrimut, Deer Park, Werribee, Sunshine trading in carpet



a typical carpet showroom in a carpet retail store. It has carpet drape stands with carpet drapes on them and carpet sample books underneath the stands.
a typical carpet showroom in a carpet retail store. It has carpet drape stands with carpet drapes on them and carpet sample books underneath the stands.
many various sized rolls of carpet in the warehouse of Concord Floors in Derrimut Vic 3026. The rolls constitute the carpet stock of 
	  Concord Floors which is carpet for sale to the public
rolls of carpet in the warehouse of Concord Floors in Ravenhall, Caroline Springs. The rolls constitute the carpet stock of Concord Floors which is carpet for sale to the public.


The above photo shows a carpet showroom in a carpet retail store trading in carpet. It has carpet drape stands with carpet drapes on them and carpet sample books underneath the stands. The second photo shows the carpet stock that is stockpiled one of the warehouses of Concord Floors. Some retailers to get a price advantage, buy carpet in bulk and warehouse it in their warehouses. They, when they are trading can then pass on these secured price advantages to their customers and therefore be more competetive on the open market.

Concord Floors is a carpet store near to the following areas: Melbourne and its' suburbs of: Caroline Springs, Derrimut, Deer Park, St. Albans, Sunshine West, Hillside, Taylors Hill, Taylors Lakes, Burnside, Sydenham, Delahey, Werribee, Hoppers Crossing and most other Melbourne suburbs. see Locations we service

CARPET FLOORING

Carpet flooring is a component of the floor covering of buildings. As a result it is traded all over the world. Concord floors trades in the sale, supply and installation of carpet. in the following areas: Melbourne and its' suburbs of: Caroline Springs, Derrimut, Deer Park, St. Albans, Sunshine West, Hillside, Taylors Hill, Taylors Lakes, Burnside, Sydenham, Delahey, Werribee, Hoppers Crossing and most other Melbourne suburbs. see Locations we service

Carpet is a machine made textile floor covering and includes modular carpet (carpet tiles and sheet goods) and broadloom carpet (carpet in continuous rolls).

CUSHION FLOORS

The various manufacturing processes can produce carpets with quite different features. The main feature is a cushion floor, that is a floor that is soft to walk on. The major variables in construction relate to design flexibility, performance features and also cost. The major products/processes are:

Method of Installation. Different installation methods can be used for most carpets. They include:

broadloom carpet

modular carpet:

Surface Appearance (Style) The most frequently specified surface texture/appearance styles are level loop; high and low loop; cut and loop; tip sheared loop and level cut.

Pile Fibre Composition is of the following: Nylon (or polyamide), polypropylene (or polyolefin), wool and triexta are the major fibres used in Australia to make carpet. Different fibres can also be blended to produce mixed fibre carpet yarns, the most common being 80% wool /20% synthetic carpet yarn. Blending of yarns is used to achieve certain performance and economy requirements. Manufacturers can advise on appropriate blends as necessary. For blended yarns, blend proportions should conform to the tolerances and allowances set out in AS/NZS 2622. Percentages are expressed as Commercial Standard Regain of the respective fibres.

A carpet floor gives a room the utilities of:


An index to this article is:


BROADLOOM CARPET



pink colored, patterned plush-pile carpet on the prong of a forklift being rolled out in the warehouse of Concord Floors.
patterned plush-pile carpet on the prong of a forklift being rolled out in the warehouse of Concord Floors.
a carpet cutting machine with 2 rolls of carpet next to it ready to be cut, and installed by Concord floors, in a Concord floors warehouse.
2 rolls of carpet to be installed by Concord Floors, next to a carpet cutting machine waiting to be cut into room sizes. The cut pieces will fit into the rooms where the carpet is to be installed.


The machine that makes the carpet is called a broadloom and turns out carpet evenly in slabs of 3.63 metres in width, which is 12 feet in imperial. This is where the term broadloom metre comes from.

Carpet comes from the manufacturers, in rolls of 3.63 metres wide and 40 metres or greater in length. These rolls are then cut to a roll size that meets your particular job requirement by a carpet cutting machine.

A carpet roll is normally 3.63 metres wide and when rolled out one metre, the exposed carpet that is on the floor, is then, in the carpet industry termed one broadloom metre. If the roll is rolled out 2 metres then in the trade it is 2 broadloom metres. If the roll is rolled out 3 metres then in the trade it is 3 broadloom metres. One broadloom metre is 3.63 square metres.



HOW TO CONVERT BROADLOOM METRES TO SQUARE METRES AND VICE VERSA



a beige slab of carpet laid out on the floor measuring 7.2 broadloom metres by 3.63 broadloom metres in Concord floor's carpet
 warehouse.

To convert from broadloom metres to square metres multiply the broadloom metres by 3.63. To convert from square metres to broadloom metres divide the square metres by 3.63.



HOW TO WORK OUT HOW MANY METRES MY JOB WILL TAKE



carpet laying process under way by Concord Floors, showing rolls of carpet, one stretched out, on top of installed red underlay in a home in
 Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.
carpet installation process under way by Concord Floors, showing rolls of carpet, one stretched out, on top of installed red underlay in a home in Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.
carpet laying process under way by Concord Floors, showing a roll of carpet stretched out, on top of installed red underlay in a home in
 Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.
carpet rolled out in a room and positioned by Concord Floors, on top of installed red underlay. This carpet installation was done by Concord Floors in a home in Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.
carpet laying process under way by Concord Floors, showing a roll of carpet stretched out, on top of installed red underlay in a home in
 Werribee Vic 3030.
a roll of carpet being installed by Concord Floors, stretched out and positioned in the room with the excess carpet folded over ready to be cut off, on top of installed red underlay in a home in Werribee Vic 3030.
pattern on one body of carpet adjusted in position to pattern-match the pattern on the next body of carpet adjoining it.
the pattern on one body of carpet must pattern-match the pattern on the next body of carpet adjoining it. This carpet installation was done by Concord Floors in a home in Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.

This isn't an easy task. Frequently even the trained carpet salepeople will make an error and even sometimes proffessional carpet layers make mistakes. The biggest cause of these errors is the fact that carpet has carpet pile that leans uniformly in one direction. This slab of carpet when on the floor, when viewed, appears one particular colour. This color is produced by the reflection of light striking the carpet's pile surface. The reflected light then enters your eye. If we cut of a piece of this carpet and place it back on the rest of the body of carpet, but turn it in the opposite direction, the two pieces of carpets will appear 2 different colors, distinct from each other, even though 2 shades of the same color. This must be avoided in carpet laying as it is unacceptable by consumers and law. For a rough estimate, and I emphysize it is only rough, it is possible to work out the amount of square metres and multiply this by a factor of 10-15%.



HOW IS CARPET SOLD TO CARPET RETAILERS- IS IT IN BROADLOOM METRES OR SQUARE METRES



CARPET IS SOLD TO CARPET RETAILERS BY CARPET MANUFACTURERS ONLY IN BROADLOOM METRES

The second reason that creates errors in carpet estimating for a job, is that carpet in the industry is only sold in broadloom metres. Even though the salesperson might be talking to you in square metres when the salesperson places his order with the manufacturer he converts the square metres to broadloom metres. But also when he draws up your plan to calculate the metreage he does the calculations in broadloom metres. The consequences of this method of trading is that slabs of carpet are bought and every slab is 3.63 metres wide. These slabs are rolled up into a roll for easy transportation. In turn this creates a situation whereby different sized rooms can take the same number of broadloom metres.



HOW TO WORK OUT HOW MANY METRES MY JOB WILL TAKE, EXAMPLES



Lets work out the required carpet metreage for a couple of rooms:



a room being measured widthwise for carpet laying by Concord Floors in a house in Werrbee, Vic. 3030.

room 1: length 4.2 metres, width 2.3 metres = requires 4.3 broadloom metres (square metres = 4.3 x 3.63= 15.61 square metres).

Firstly we need to add 0.1 metres to every cut so that it is 5 cm up the wall. So when the roll of carpet is laid out 4.3 metres in lenth we cut it across at this point. But the carpet is 3.63 metres wide. But all we need is 2.5 metres in width (2.3m [room width]+ .05m [up the one wall] + [0.05m up the other wall]. So we cut the carpet lengthwise at 2.5m leaving a balance of 1.13 metres x 4.2 metres. If only this one room is being carpeted then this is waste that you might turn into mats. your room is only 4.2 x 2.3 metres totalling 9.66 square metres, but you had to buy 15.25 square metres producing a wastage factor of 57.86% which is a massive wastage factor.

Room 2: length 4.2 metres, width 3.4 metres = requires 4.3 broadloom metres (square metres = 4.3 x 3.63= 15.61 square metres).

Firstly we need to add 0.1 metres to every cut so that it is 5 cm up the wall. So when the roll of carpet is laid out 4.3 metres in length we cut it, across at this point. But the carpet is 3.63 metres wide. But all we need is 3.4 metres in width (3.4m [room width]+ .05m [up the one wall] + [0.05m up the other wall]. So we cut the carpet lengthwise at 3.5m leaving a balance of 0.16 metres x 4.2 metres. your room is only 4.2 x 3.4 metres totalling 14.28 square metres, but you had to buy 15.25 square metres producing a wastage factor of 6.8% which is a minor wastage factor.

Room 3: length 4.2 metres, width 4.0 metres = requires 1 roll of 4.3 broadloom metres (square metres = 4.3 x 3.63= 15.61 square metres)+ 1 roll of 1.53 broadloom metres (square metres = 1.53 x 3.63= 5.55 square metres). This is a total 9.85 broadloom metres or 35.77 square metres.

When we roll out our first carpet roll room lengthwise we find that this slab of carpet leaves a 0.37 metre gap of floor uncovered by carpet because the width of the carpet is 3.63 and the room's width is 4.00 metres. The uncovered floor is 0.37 metres in width and 4.2 metres in length. To cover this we need more carpet. So we take another roll, measuring 1.53 metres and roll it out in the same direction as the first roll and slice of it 3 slabs of carpet (called fillers). The width of these fillers will be 0.37 metres + 0.05 metres for up the wall excess + 0.05 metres removal of of side salvage of filler, + 0.05 metres removal of of side salvage of the laid out first roll. The removal of the side salvages enables us to accomplish a better carpet join when the carpet is joined. The 3 fillers are to be butt joined so they are placed lenthwise and when we add up their total lengths it adds up to 4.3 metres- the length of the room- after we have subtracted 0.05 metres from two fillers where the joins are to take place.

We have taken of the small roll 0.47 metres x 3 = 1.41 broadloom metres leaving a balance of 3.63 - 1.41 = 2.22 x 1.53 metres. This balance is waste.

If the carpet has a pattern and needs to be pattern-matched, then the second roll must be longer by the length of the pattern.



carpet laying process under way by Concord Floors in a home in Werribee, where pattern matching is required, showing a roll of carpet in a room, stretched out, on top of installed red underlay in a home in
 Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.
carpet installation being performed by Concord Floors in a home in Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030 where pattern matching is required, stretched out and positioned, on top of installed red underlay.
carpet laying process under way by Concord Floors, showing a roll of carpet stretched out and prepared for joining to other carpet roll
 , on top of installed red underlay in a home in Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.
carpet installation being performed by Concord Floors in a home in Werribee Vic 3030 where pattern matching is required. Showing a roll of carpet stretched out, positioned and stretched and prepared for joining to other carpet roll on top of installed red underlay.


carpet laying process under way by Concord Floors, showing 2 rolls of carpet, both stretched out prepared for joining and having being positioned for
 pattern match, on top of underlay in a home in Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.
In this carpet installation, Concord Floors has stretched out two rolls of carpet and prepared them for joining and positioned them for pattern match, on top of underlay in a home in Point Cook, Werribee Vic 3030.
2 bodies of carpet have been joined in the doorway between the two rooms and the carpet has been pattern-matched lengthwise and sidewise.
In this carpet installation in a house in Werribee, Concord Floors has stretched out and installed two rolls of carpet and prepared them for joining and positioned them for pattern match. The 2 bodies of carpet have been joined in the doorway between the two rooms and the carpet has been pattern-matched lengthwise and sidewise.


For guidance on carpet installation and carpet laying please go to our section Carpet Installation. Please click on CARPET INSTALLATION

Carpet prices are traditionally quoted in broadloom metres although there is a trend currently to quote in square metres.

For CARPET PRICES please go to our section Carpet Installation. Please click on CARPET INSTALLATION


off cuts


In the carpet industry, the leftover balance of a new cut roll is called a remnant roll or simply a remnant or off cuts.



rolls of carpet in the warehouse of Concord Floors, they being carpet stock of Concord Floors.


CARPET FLOOR: STYLES, YARN FIBRES and TERMINOLOGY.


Carpet consists of the yarn ( which is what you stand on) and the base into which this yarn is embedded and which holds it all together.


Carpet Yarn

The yarn is made up of various fibres spun together to form one single strand of pile (similar to a piece of rope fibres) and either heat set, (kept for 20 minutes in a heated autoclave [oven]) to retain and remain in that position or chemically set (the yarn is kept immersed in a chemical solution for a period of time).


YARN FIBRES

Presentday fibres are wool, wool mixed with synthetic, nylon, solution-dyed nylon, polypropelene, acrylic, polyester.


CARPET STYLES


They are as follows;


Plush Pile Carpet

The carpet surface has a velvet look. The individual carpet yarn strands are twisted to a maximum level of 160 turns per inch, imbedded (tufted) into the base of the carpet, and cut evenly from a distance from the base of the carpet. The visible top surface consists of the aggregate of the cut ends of the upright yarns. The appearance is a smooth finish. When the yarn in a small section is brushed in one direction it reflects light differently from the surrounding sections and therefore appears a different colour. When walked on foot prints are left behind from the disturbance of the surface.


Below photos show examples of Plush Pile Carpet



a sample of pink colored, plush-pile carpet.
a sample of a pink colored, plush-pile carpet
carpet, plush-pile, in a room in a house in Caroline Springs Vic 3023, installed by Concord Floors. The carpet is charcoal colored.
carpet, plush-pile, in a house in Caroline Springs Vic 3023, installed by Concord Floors.
carpet, plush-pile installed in room in Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors.
carpet, plush-pile, installed in Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors.
charcoal colored, plush-pile carpet installed in a room in the suburb of Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors.
carpet, plush-pile, installed in Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors.


Twist Pile Carpet

The same as for plush pile with the difference, the carpet surface has a coarser look due to the higher twist level of the yarn (from 260-320 turns per inch). The velour and footprinting effects are diminished but not eliminated entirely. Where the density of the yarn (pile) is high, that is the stich rate is at its maximum, the twist pile surface starts to resemble the elegant surface appearance of a plush pile with the added advantages of the absence or diminishing of the velour and footprinting effects. It is for this reason that twist piles are the most sought after styles of carpets.


Below photos show examples of twist pile carpet



tan colored,nylon twist-pile carpet installed in a room in the suburb of Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors.
carpet, nylon twist-pile, installed in Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors.
a sample of earth colored, wool twist-pile carpet.
a sample of earth colored, wool twist-pile carpet.
a sample of terra cotta colored, wool, twist-pile carpet.
terra cotta colored, wool, twist-pile carpet.
carpet, navy-blue colored, wool, twist-pile carpet installed in a room in the suburb of Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors. Showing the room and carpet.
wool carpet, twist-pile, installed in Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors.

Looppile Carpet

The yarn is looped.

Below photos show examples of loop pile carpet


a sample of charcoal colored, polypropene fibre, loop pile, patterned carpet.
carpet, charcoal colored, polypropene fibre, modulated loop pile, patterned carpet
a sample of charcoal colored, level loop pile carpet.
carpet, charcoal colored, level loop pile.
a sample of a blue colored polypropelene loop pile carpet.
carpet, blue colored, level loop pile carpet
a beige colored, modulated polypropelene carpet being installed on a staircase in a house in a Werribee Vic 3030.
carpet, modulated polypropelene carpet, in Werribee Vic 3030, being installed in a home by Concord Floors.


Sisal flooring

The yarn in this style of carpet is looped but there is an alternating high and low rows.There are no velour, footprinting or shading effects with this type of carpet.

Below photos show examples of sisal carpet



a sisal carpet that is tram track sisal of beige color. A sample of it.
a sisal carpet that is a tram track sisal carpet.
pink colored, sisal-pile carpet installed in a room in the suburb of Melton Vic 3337 by Concord Floors.
sisal wool carpet in Melton vic 3337, installed in a home by Concord Floors.


Berber Carpet

A looppile with a thicker yarn normally flecked in appearance. Can be of wool or synthetic fibre.

Below photo shows an example of a berber carpet


grey colored, wool fibre, level loop-pile carpet. A sample of the carpet.


Cut and Loop

A combination of loops and twist or plush pile.

Below photos show examples of cut and loop carpet


brown colored, nylon fibre, patterned cut and loop carpet. A sample of the carpet..
Carpet, a typical brown colored, nylon fibre, patterned cut and loop carpet.
carpet, pink colored, nylon fibre, patterned cut and loop carpet. Showing a sample of it
Carpet, pink colored, nylon fibre, patterned cut and loop carpet.



Patterned carpet

The carpet surface has a pattern. Below two photos show examples of patterned carpet.


carpet installation, the carpet being a charcoal, patterned carpet, in a house in Melton, Vic. on a staircase by Concord Floors.
carpet installation in a house in Melton, Vic 3337, on a staircase by Concord Floors. The carpet is a patterned carpet.
a room carpeted by Concord Floors, with charcoal colored, patterned carpet in a house in Altona, Vic. 3018.
carpet installation in a house in Altona, Vic. 3018 by Concord Floors . The carpet is a patterned carpet.



Axminister Carpet

Carpet with floral or icon or emblem patterns. The carpet pile is woven into the carpet base. They tend to last twice as long as tufted carpet, some lasting up to 40-50 years.


Axminister carpet, green background color with gold motifs, laid in a room next to a fireplace, in the Victoria Army Barracks, Melbourne Vic 3000
 by Concord Floors.



A GUIDE TO CARPET STYLES AND THEIR ROLE IN THE INTERIOR DECOR OF THE HOME.


All the above carpet classes exude a feel and style when one looks at them.

For a discussion on colors, carpet styles and home interior design, should you be interested, please go to our home interior design section. Here you should find readily understandable principles and rules for building a pleasing balanced harmonious interior color scheme. But the right color scheme and carpet style for you is the one that you find the most appealing. see HOME INTERIOR DESIGN

They are as follows:


Plush Pile Surface

the smooth carpet surface gives the effect of elegance.

Twist Pile Surface

the semi-smooth carpet surface gives the effect of elegance, but a little less than a plush pile.


Looppile and sisals and berbers Surface

WOOL CARPETS that are loopile, sisal or berber have a casual naturalness, and induce in the viewer, a state of relaxation.


Cut and Loop Surface

homeliness


Patterned carpet Surface

stateliness- an expression of power. State buildings usually use this style.


Axminister Carpet Surface

create a period atmosphere. Great for period homes.



SELECTING THE RIGHT STYLE OF CARPET FOR YOUR HOME WHEN YOU ARE READY TO BUY


This is sometimes difficult and if you are experiencing difficulty after reading the above, and our section on interior decor give us a call on 0412 740 200 and make an appointment to see us at our premises. We will do our best to advise you, and this will be free of charge.



stair carpet

Stair carpet must be strong and sturdy and can be of any of the above styles. The best way to ascertain this is to get the carpet rating for this particular carpet range. This rating is obtained after the carpet has been practically tested under simulated home wear conditions by an indepenant authority. The classification that they give it must be "residental heavy duty including stairs" or for commecial properties "commercial heavy duty including stairs"


CARPET MANUFACTURERS AND SUPPLIERS

Carpet is supplied to Australia by various manufacturers, some domestic some overseas, and various carpet importers.


CARPET MANUFACTURERS

  1. FELTEX: Address: 12-14 Gilbertson Rd, Laverton North VIC 3026, Phone: 1300 130 239
  2. Godfrey Hirst Australia Pty Ltd: Address: 2 Gilbertson Rd, Laverton North VIC 3026, Phone: (08) 8371 1711
  3. Victoria Carpets: Address: 7-29 Gladstone Rd, Dandenong VIC 3175, Phone: (03) 9794 5855
  4. Supertuft PTY Ltd: Address: 14 Prince Patrick St, Richmond VIC 3121, Phone: (03) 9427 8600
  5. TST Carpet Manufacturers (Australia) Pty: Address: 43 Industrial Ave, Hoppers Crossing VIC 3029, Phone: (03) 9369 5833
  6. Quest Carpet Manufacturers PTY Ltd: Address: 43-55 Mark Anthony Dr, Dandenong South VIC 3164,Phone: (03) 8791 8200
  7. Brintons: Address: 672 Lorimer St, Port Melbourne VIC 3207, Phone: (03) 9676 3333
  8. Cavalier Bremworth Melbourne: Address: 170 Forster Rd, Mount Waverley VIC 3149, Phone: 1800 251 172
  9. Chaparral Carpet Mills PTY Ltd: Address: 45 Brunel Rd, Seaford VIC 3198, Phone: (03) 9786 3000


CARPET IMPORTERS

  1. Signature Floors: Address: 13 Wurundjeri Dr, Epping VIC 3076, Phone: (03) 9401 0888
  2. Classic Flooring Australia, Unit 2/5 Gladstone Road, Dandenong 3175, Phone: 1300 300 234


RUGS WHEN YOU WANT TO COVER THE FLOOR


Usually carpet that is left over from a job is overlocked and turned into a rug. However carpet can be specially manufactured into rugs. When this is done the rugs usually have colourful artistic designs and can be very expensive. The rugs then become an accessory within the interior decor scheme of the home.



how to view carpet samples

Simply call us on 0412 740 200 and make an appointment for a shop at home service visit by us to you. If you live in Caroline Springs, Deer Park, St Albans, Hoppers Crossing, Werribee, Derrimut, Altona, Tarneit, Truganina, Melton and all surrounding suburbs, we are close by.

Our showroom and warehouse business location is 1/47 Eucumbene Drive, Ravenhall, Caroline Springs Victoria 3023. Before you come please make an appointment.



Locations we service



Altona Vic 3018
Altona Meadows Vic 3928
Altona North Vic 3025
Albert Park Vic 3206
Avondale Heights Vic 3034
Ascot Vale Vic 3032
Attwood Vic 3049
Burnside Vic 3023
Brookfield Vic 3338
Bacchus Marsh Vic 3340
Brooklyn Vic 30012
Braybrook Vic 3019
Broadmeadows Vic 3049
Bundoora Vic 3083
Caroline Springs Vic 3023
Cairnlea Vic 3023
Coburg Vic 3058
Craigieburne Vic 3064
Derrimut Vic 3026
Deer Park Vic 3023
Delahey Vic 3037
Diggers Rest Vic 3427
Essendon Vic 3040
Fawkner Vic 3060
Footscray Vic 3011
Gladstone Park Vic 3042
Greenvale Vic 3059
Glenroy Vic 3046
Hillside vic 3037
Hopetoun Park Vic 3340
Hoppers Crossing Vic 3029
Inner suburbs of Melbourne Vic
Kingsville Vic 3012
Kensinton Vic 3031
Keilor Dowwns Vic 3038
Keilor Vic 3036
Laverton Vic 3026
Melbourne, Victoria
Melton Vic 3037
Maidstone Vic 3012
Moonee Ponds Vic 3039
Maribynong Vic 3032
Mickleham Vic 3064
Newport Vic 3015
Point Cook Vic 3030
Pascoe Vale Vic 3044
Port Melbourne Vic 3207
Reservoir Vic 3073
Roxbourgh Park Vic 3064
St Albans Vic 3021
Sunshine West vic 3020
Sunshine North Vic 30
Sunshine Vic 3020
Sydenham Vic 3037
Southbank Vic 3006
South Melbourne Vic 3008
St Kilda 3182
Strathmore Vic 3041
Spotswood Vic 3015
Tarneit Vic 3029
Tullamarine Vic 3043
Tottenham Vic 3012
Taylors Hill Vic 3037
Taylors Lakes Vic 3038
Williamstown Vic 3016
Woodlea Vic 3335
Westmeadows Vic 3049
Werribee Vic 3030
Yarraville Vic 3013
Niddrie Vic 3042