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Carpet your house for £799.00 @ Franks the Flooring Store

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Not sure on the terms and conditions as it says you have to ask for details, but it included underlay and expert fitting, seems like a good deal!
KerryMarieGore Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago7 Comments
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And the carpet and underlay - you can bet that will be quality.
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Also only available in the north !

What ? Scotland ?
Also only available in the north !
Most modern family size new build houses are between 120 and 180m squared, they are not daft using 80m2
Found this on the FAQ's on Franks website if any use.

Q. Is Franks still doing the full house deal for £799? What size is it based on? Does it include fitting?

A. Yes we are still running the full house deal for £799! It is based on 80m2 and can also be worked out pro rata to suit your size. Fitting is included within the price. The price includes Carpet, Vinyl’s, Underlay, Grippers and door plates.
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Carpet your whole house for £595.00 (Available in the North East) @ frankstheflooringstore.com

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Heard this on the radio while driving around in Northumberland. Carpet your whole house for £595 with Franks flooring, this deal includes all carpets, fittings (grippers and so on) up to a metera…
monkeyman192 Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago9 Comments
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Outstanding offer. Hot. Very hot.
I always get my carpets from discount carpets in Hull, they have loads at £5 a metre and less... So 80 sq metres there comes to about £400.... So this deal really depends on how good the carpets are? The other week we got a wool man made one for £75 and it was 4 x 4m works out about £4.68 a sq metre....

Granted this comes with tracks etc but they're not expsensive, maybe £30's worth of stuff included..
Just called, they will only be able to do 6 of the 12 bedrooms for that price, rip off ;)
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this is not for the whole house I just called, they only do the floors
What else do you want to carpet?

Well, I've always fancied getting the garden path done in a nice red number. It'd make me feel kinda special every time I came home........
This is a good deal, I looked at it last time around and they had a decent range of carpets, some should have been really pricey, but as the website states this does not include fitting and Franks will not fit for you, they simply have a bank of fitters that they refer you to and you pay the fitters direct.
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Carpet Your Whole House (Up to 80sqm) for £595.00 including underlay etc. @ Franks The Flooring Store

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Just been dragged along by the wife to Frank's The Flooring Store, formerly Frank's Factory Flooring, and they have an offer on to do your whole house (up to 80 square metres) for £595 including basic…
cutthroat_jake Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago88 Comments
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wow, there are a lot of touchy people on here!. Lets say, some people like laminate some people like carpet!. personally like carpet with laminate in the hallways.
P.s. I always classed chavs , not as poor people, but as the guys you see in gangs with hoodies, trackies and cheap gold jewelery on, getting ready for their regular visits to the big house.
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Cold - prefer wood flooring
You jest We are going over to wood flooring, Her indoors wants it. Guess who's laying it :(

i gave up trying to lay laminate flooring as i stupidly bought the 'decent' stuff in b&q - dont its a nightmare to lay

i layed some laminate in my 1st house 13 years ago when laminate was a new thing got it from ikea and its MILES better than todays garbage.......you had to glue it but it just slotted together...dead easy and cutting it was easy as the laminate didnt chip easily......tried cutting the B&Q stuff...awful chipped even if i breathed near it

got my neighbour to do it in the end as he's trade and lays for a living....he said its rubbish to cut but teh quality was fine so used it just for the hall.....he advised buying quickstep instead....its more exp think some places its £30 sq/m and costco about £28/m....but went to a local shop for £17 sq/m (B&Q's most exp laminate stuff is about £10 sq/m).....much better and a doddle to lay (slot one panel in at a time rather than 3-4 with b&q rubbish)

as for getting proper wood, no thanks....my 31sq/m floor would cost £3-4K, no thanks


I used real wood clip and glue from Wickes, from a deal on here in the breakfast room. Went down nice and easy, and looks good too.
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The wife and I have only been in our own home for a year now and still haven't a clue about what sort of décor we prefer.
For example: we spent ages looking at £2-3k sofas but in the end settled on a £150 one from Ikea on the basis of, if we decide we don't like the colour we can change it without wasting a load of cash.
For the same reason, this deal would be great for us if we wanted new carpets!
I see this deal in the same way. Some people may not be able to afford expensive carpet, or perhaps they like to change their design every two years - great deal!

For my parents though this would be a horrible deal as they know what they want and expect things to last 20years.

Also, I prefer the feel of carpet and the noise-reduction that is essential in our modern thin-walled house. However, in the bedroom we have pine flooring - less dust!

your one intellegent and worldly person !! you dont need any luck for the future. Well said
Solid wood is the best for me.
Had mine for 5 years now and it looks still perfect.
We walk with shoes in the house because we always believed in using it rather than be slave to the house.
We mop it every night to a sparkling shiny finish.
A few scratches touched up with markers from poundland for an invisible finish.
Eventually, in 10-15 years we will just have to sand it down and polish it to make it new again.
All at the cost of two lots of good carpet.
For me is unbeatable value for money, but you need to choose something that you will not get bored of very quickly.
royals


carpet is for fleabags - its a dirt / muck horder.......think of all those lovely germs and poo under your foot in your lovely carpet....yuck

carpet upstairs is fine but downstairs, no thanks

what a moron, no its healthier.....we took up our downstairs carpet that was 3 years old and replaced it with high quality quickstep laminate ...was going to get wooden flooring or real wood flooring but decided against it with kids lol (easily damaged, colder, maintenance, not worth extra cost over quality laminate eg not B&Q/Focus/Wickes stuff, etc)

the amount of dust that came up was disgusting..i dont think id ever have carpet in the lounge again

carpet is chavvy as its generally alot cheaper than wood, muppet (31sqm cost about £530 without fitting and everything else needed)



We too have carpet upstairs and Quickstep laminate (lounge/hallway) and tiles (kitchen) downstairs.
Had it 4.5 years and still looks good as new.
We too would never go back to carpet downstairs.
Bathrooms are rubber and tiles.

For the parts of the house that do have carpet, I cannot stress the importance of good underlay.
I don't think this will be part of this deal.

Voted cold.



Edited By: uzubairu on Jan 09, 2011 10:51