Here at Cosy Carpets & Vinyls, we have a large range of products from some of the best manufacturers 

Carpets 

Wool Carpets, for warmth and wear, with that classic look. 
Put simply, wool is one of the most Eco-friendly fibres out there. It’s 100% sustainable and 100% renewable, with very little environmental impact throughout its production process. It’s also a fibre for life; it’s extremely hard-wearing and durable, which helps combat the damage caused by the so-called ‘fast fashion’ often seen in commercial products. However, we know that even the most durable materials eventually become damaged. So, many years from now when your carpet needs changing, you can rest easy knowing that our wool carpets are kind to the environment. 

Man made carpets 

Great for family homes,with great stain resistance. Most are easy clean and you can even use bleach to clean them. Ideal for children and pets, or anyone looking for a low maintenance carpet. 

Vinyl Flooring 

All our vinyls are non slip and start from £6.99 
Cushion vinyl can bring the look of wood or tile to your home, but with the advantages of a floor that is comfortable underfoot, water-resistant and easy to look after. 
 
With a durable wear layer, cushion vinyl can withstand the demands of family life and makes the floor easy to keep clean, as well as helping it to resist scuffs and marks. A foam cushion layer on the underside helps to make the floor more forgiving underfoot and provides thermal and sound insulation, for a quieter, warmer and more comfortable home. 
 
 
Great for areas where splashes and spills are frequent thanks to its water-resistance, cushion vinyl makes a great choice for bathrooms, kitchens, playrooms and utility rooms. As a man-made floor, cushion vinyl flooring can closely follow the latest in interior trends, replicating the latest wood, stone and tile looks, as well as more unusual and fun designs that can bring an added dimension to the home. 
 
Featuring a textured surface, cushion flooring can look incredibly realistic making it ideal for homes that want the look of natural flooring without the worry. 

Accessories 

We carry a full range of accessories from underlay to gripper, and door-bars to glues. 

LVT 

LVT or Luxury Vinyl Tile is an innovative design of vinyl flooring. It is becoming an increasingly popular and affordable alternative to wood or stone. The realistic look of either wood, stone or ceramic tile is extremely hard wearing and resilient to daily wear and tear. It has a scratch resistant surface and waterproof making it ideal for any room in your home. The LVT is made up of multiple thin layers so that the flooring is still flexible but very durable and easy to look after. 
 
One fantastic thing about Luxury Vinyl Tile is that it is available in variety of different effects. For example, wood planks or even ceramic tiles and stone. The wood plank effect LVT is in the shape and form of a plank of wood. It can be found with different species of wood, colours and grain patterns, all which look very realistic and authentic. You will also be able to find different plank widths and lengths to suit the requirements and décor of your room. The stone and tile effect LVT is just as realistic with uniform sized tiles and choices of colour and style including dark grey slate tiles through to cream and beige ceramic effect tiles. 
 
LVT is becoming extremely popular with homeowners as it can transform your home with an authentic and hard wearing floor, without the drawbacks and downsides that sometimes come with a natural product. 

Laminate 

Laminate flooring (also called floating wood tile in the United States) is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood (or sometimes stone) with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer. The inner core layer is usually composed of melamine resin and fiber board materials. There is a European Standard No. EN 13329:2000 specifying laminate floor covering requirements and testing methods. 
 
Laminate flooring has grown significantly in popularity, perhaps because it may be easier to install and maintain than more traditional surfaces such as hardwood flooring. It may also have the advantages of costing less and requiring less skill to install than alternative flooring materials. It is reasonably durable, hygienic (several brands contain an antimicrobial resin), and relatively easy to maintain. 
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