Choosing carpet for your home can be a daunting task as so many makes and styles are available. Different carpet choices will have different costs associated with them, so when making your budget, you will want to determine first what qualities you are seeking in your carpet.
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The major cost factors of your carpet will be the carpet type, style, composition, durability and thickness. Type of carpets may vary from the popular cut-pile or textured style to the looped or Berber style of carpet. The thickness of the yarn, the loop length and cut, the pile height, and the fibres used will all impact pricing.
Cost by Types
In general, carpet prices can range from 60p to £2 a square foot, with more luxury brands costing up to £5 to £6 per square foot as of 2010. A basic textured carpet made from nylon yarn can average around 60p per square foot. A soft Berber might come in just under £2 a square foot.
In addition to the actual cost of the carpet, you will need to factor in the cost of the carpet pad and any installation costs you may encounter if you choose to have the carpet professionally installed. Generally, you should add about 60p per square foot for padding and installation, although some stores may provide flat rates on carpet installation.
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