Carpet Trader App is built with one purpose, and that is to bring sellers, buyers, and carpet fitters under one roof.
Carpet underlay is not an optional extra. It forms an integral part in shaping the way your flooring feels, wears and looks. The right underlay will increase the comfort level of your flooring, as well as the lifespan of the carpet by a whopping 30 to 50%. While you replace the carpet, it is better to invest in a new underlay. Our trade underlay suppliers offer various types of underlays that match your requirements and carpet.
Underlay suppliers registered on the Carpet Trader App have different types of underlay for use with different flooring and for different rooms that vary in their make-up, depending on what we need from them.
You can find most of the underlays made from rubber, taken over by polyurethane or PU. These consist of cut-offs or recycled foam. The underlay suppliers have PU underlays in different thicknesses and densities that suit all floors and budgets, making it a great all-rounder.
Although made from synthetic rubber, sponge rubber underlay is still popular nowadays. These offer a luxurious and comfortable feel. Available in various thicknesses, the underlay is great for use all around the home. Our underlay suppliers have different versions of the underlays. It is better to choose a super thick version for better comfort and luxury in your lounge or master bedroom.
You can also avail this variety of underlay from our trade underlay suppliers, which is dense and durable. The variety is ideal for use all around the home or commercial place, including areas that have to cope with lots of traffic like the hall, stairs and landing.
Check out who has the stock by signing up to the Carpet Trader App. Our Sellers want you to know they have stock at the right price and to reassure you they can deliver.
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1. Why do you need a carpet underlay?
2. How much thickness is ideal for a carpet underlay?
3. How to choose to underlay for laminate flooring?
4. What kind of underlay is best for carpets?