What’s the best thing about a twist carpet?
The best thing about a twist pile carpet is that it’s so easy to clean and maintain, it’ll stay looking as good as new for years – just vacuum it twice a week and you’ll see the result. Our extensive twist pile carpet collection combines style and practicality and comes in a variety of colours and finishes to suit any scheme and budget. Choose a solid colour for a simple neutral look or go for a textured heathered finish (also known as mottled) to hide the evidence of fast-paced family life! Our range of twist carpets in store includes synthetic and natural materials, giving you excellent choice and flexibility.
Twist carpet pros and cons
You really won’t go wrong with a Twist pile carpet, it’s one of the best carpet choices for all tastes, styles and budgets. Here are a few pros and cons to help you make that all important decision.
The benefits of twist pile carpets
- Pile bounces back so doesn’t easily show footprints or vacuum patterns
- There’s a twist pile carpet for all budgets so it’s really cost effective
- Very durable in high traffic areas such as living rooms, hallways and stairs
- High twist levels are more desirable and can be more expensive
- Does not have the same softness as cut pile carpets like saxony
If you would like twist samples delivered straight to your door, order online with us today. Or if you need any more information on the right type of flooring for you, pop into your nearest store to speak with one of our amazing Floorologists.
How much does twist pile carpet cost?
Twist pile carpet prices vary depending on the material they are made from, so once you’ve decided on the look and feel you are after, there are plenty of colours and styles to suit every budget and room style. Our cheapest twist pile carpets start from £6.99 per m2 and with fitting £5.30 per m2, it costs less than £150 to carpet a small 3x4 metre room (not including underlay, door bars, and grippers). You can discover our collection online, before heading to your nearest Tapi store to get a quote; or alternatively, if you’d like to compare different types of carpets
, you can find out about saxony, velvet carpets
, and more.