At the Apollo - New Carpet Collection Launched
For hot new colours at austerity-proof prices, Cormar Carpets brand new collection is out of this world!
Apollo is an easy to clean, stain resistant carpet that is available in a palette of fashionable new colours and well priced at around £14 sq m, ideal for families setting up home or on a restricted budget. An average size 4x5m bedroom carpet would cost less than £300 plus VAT to fit - nearly half the price of a new iPad.
“This is a carpet range which is appealing to the ‘new homes’ market, the ‘stain free’ market as well as being an ideal choice for bedrooms and the living room,” said David Cormack, marketing director of Cormar Carpets. “And as colour returns to the home, and in particular to flooring, we have introduced some daring bold colours such as a vibrant red and jet black.”
In line with other products of the easy clean Primo family, Apollo is made from 100% Excellon polypropylene, is bleach cleanable and comes with a five year stain guarantee. It is available in 4 and 5m widths and comes in a choice of 15 best selling plain and flecked shades.
All Cormar Carpet ranges as well as the latest new Apollo range is available nationwide - for stockist details please visit our carpet retailers page "Carpet Shops". To received free carpet samples please click on Carpet Ranges and then follow the link to the Apollo range page.
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