Flooring Estimating & Fitting Service
Our free estimating service for flooring, carpets and vinyl now includes virtual and in-home appointments. You can speak to one of our estimators on a video or phone call, who will provide measuring, design and technical advice. Alternatively, you can arrange for an in-home appointment.
If you are interested in an estimating service for hard flooring, please book an in-home appointment.
Our estimating services are free, plus we will fit and take care of the upheaval too.
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Product code: 62917333
The John Lewis Dorset Loop carpet has a tog rating of 1.13 and 3-ply. With a Heavy Domestic Wear grading and available in a choice colours it's both durable and stylish, perfect for different areas of the home apart from the kitchen and bathroom.
Both hard-wearing and soft, this carpet is crafted from a natural-synthetic mix. The advantages of this are:
- Strong - perfect for busy rooms
- Less shedding
- High level of durability and resilience - looks and feels good for longer
This carpet has a loop pile construction. Loop pile is cosy and practical, but it shouldn’t be used in houses with pets, as the loops can catch on the pet’s claws.
This carpet is designed for heavy domestic wear making it ideal for living rooms, dining rooms and halls.
Once you've chosen your carpet, our estimating and fitting services can help you determine how much carpet you will need for your room.
The cost of carpet fitting has been calculated using John Lewis & Partners Crumb Underlay and is an indication only. A precise quote will be created by a John Lewis & Partners estimator once you have created a free at home appointmene/estimate. This cost does not include any accessories or additional services (e.g. moving furniture; uplift or disposal of existing carpet; door easing)
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- Country of Origin
An approximate indication of the level of domestic wear the carpet is designed to withstand. Rooms with higher footfall (especially where shoes may be worn) will benefit from a higher graded carpet
- Heavy Domestic Wear
- 50% Wool, 50% Polypropylene
- Pile Weight
Traditionally measured in ounces per square yard, this weight indicates of the quality of a carpet. The heavier the weight, the hardier the carpet.
A tog rating measures thermal insulation. Note that a higher tog rating isn't always better for all occasions and seasons - in warmer weather you may want a lower rating
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