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how much would you/did you spend on carpeting a hallway?

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PavlovtheForgetfulCat Sat 05-Sep-09 16:17:31

using sisal/hessian similar carpet with underlay.

How many stairs did that include? upstairs and downstairs or just one level? what was the price per sq/m? what was the total price?

Just trying to gauge how much it is going to cost us to carpet.

Rollmops Sat 05-Sep-09 17:56:11

I could have asked that question smile.
Have seen websites selling the sisal-jute-seagrass etc. for as little as £9 m2 ex VAT but wondering about the fitting cost? We have rubber underlay (at leat it was on the downstairs hallway where we ripped up the hideous carpet) and it seemed in a good condition. Do we need to change that to a different underlay?
Which one of the natural carpeting options is the best, most durable and comfortable underfoot as well?
Thanks in advance!

Pannacotta Sun 06-Sep-09 21:04:56

NAtural floorings arent recommended I think for halls and stairs as they are hard to clean and are too slippery for stairs.
You would be better off getting a wool mix.
No reason to put in new underlay if the old one is decent, will save you quite a bit.


Pannacotta Sun 06-Sep-09 21:07:34 even

Hard to comment on price as it really depends on size of hall/no of stairs etc, but we spent around £850 on last house but that was stairs/landing only, wool mix with bound edges (we had a stair runner) and new underlay.

Rollmops Mon 07-Sep-09 12:55:36

Thank you, Pannacotta, much appreciated!

PavlovtheForgetfulCat Mon 07-Sep-09 23:31:02

pannacotta shock oh bugger, best go revise my budget a little grin.

So, wool mix, plus lots of money is what I am needing...

<picks herself up off the floor and goes to look at carpet website>

Pannacotta Tue 08-Sep-09 09:00:50

Wool mix is often cheaper Pavlov if you shop around (try small, local indepenent shops rather than chains). We recently had some put in and it was around £12m (minus underlay and fitting) but am pretty sure that is less than natural floorings...

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