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I just wanted to send you a note to say how happy and impressed we are with Aaron and Richard, they did an absolutely AMAZING job in the 2 houses as well as a very tricky job in our office yesterday. Everyone in the hotel is raving about the plush carpet and what a professional job your team did.

If I had to mention 1 of the many reasons why they are special, it will have to be their ‘can-do’ attitude, the unconditional willingness to help us in our hour of need.

You have fostered a fabulous team, well done Jack!

Onto the George and Bradley, what genuinely kind and caring gentleman, with their keen eye for detail resulting in a superb finish in the houses.

As with your team, they were willing and keen to made a plan to help us in our hour of need with the veranda painting, which looks a million times better than before – just fabulous!

I did not get to thank them before they concluded the works so please pass on my thanks to them.

I am 100% sure we’ll have them back for more very soon!

From a very happy customer!


Red Carpet Express at the Chelsea Flower Show!

Red Carpet Express at the Chelsea Flower Show!

Victoria Carpets – Chelsea Flower Show, SW3

Carpet Express were given the task of preparing the red carpet for the Queen and the Royal Family to walk on at the world famous Chelsea Flower Show held at the Royal Hospital!

The carpet was delivered straight to site and 4 fitters worked throughout the day to make sure the sizes were accurate, the carpet was centred and that even the Chelsea Pensioners were happy.

Please see some wonderful aerial shots of the red carpet along with Sophie Rawold (Chelsea Flower Show reporter), visual creator Philip Johnson and a Chelsea Pensioner rolling out the carpet for PR purposes, and the Royal Family attending the event.

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Westex – Supreme – Tate Modern, SE1

Westex – Supreme – Tate Modern, SE1

An exclusive opportunity for us to lay carpet on the walls of the Tate Modern to represent the artist Rudolf Stingel, who loved the idea of the public being able to run their fingers through a carpet, leaving an imprint that can be brushed clean ready for the next person to create their work of art.

We arrived in the morning and by end of play, Carpet Express literally had a work of art hanging on the walls of the Tate Modern!

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