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Welcome to the Birch Carpets Blog, where you will find regular posts featuring our news, views and industry updates, which we hope you will find useful and informative.

Capital Gains

04/04/2017

Birch Carpets are delighted to be involved in the refurbishment of a key residential address in Knightsbridge, West London.The carpet chosen by our client for this prestigious development is a bespo …

Hull City Hall

21/03/2017

Red Carpet Treatment, Every Time... We are thrilled to have recently supplied replacement carpets for the stairs and circulation areas in Hull City Hall. This impressive building, originally …

University Challenge

14/06/2016

Birch Carpets are pleased to have been involved with the refurbishment of the Slaughter and May Moot Court, at the University of Sheffield, School of Law.The brief called for a plain, plush, cut p …

Choosing new office carpet? Here’s how to get it right…

11/06/2015

Your office needs new flooring and it's your job to choose it. If you are buying a new carpet for your home it can be an easy decision - you choose the carpet, colours and design that suit your own pe …

Multiple choice pays…

06/02/2015

Birch Carpets are pleased to have been involved in the recent upgrade to high a specification office space for the client, Dataplan, in Grimsby. Dataplan has been providing payroll for businesses and …

Creating a Dementia-Friendly Environment

09/12/2014

Taking the time to create a caring environment can help make life a lot easier for care home residents and those suffering from dementia.After all, part of the care service is to create the right en …

Evolution Innovation

22/10/2014

During the recent summer holidays Birch Carpets were pleased to be involved with the refurbishment of the Library at Harrogate College.Situated at Hornbeam Park, and highly regarded in its own rig …

Choosing the Right Carpeting For Your Office

07/08/2014

No office is complete without flooring.  But, it does not need to be the final touch to your office; it can be the central tenant around which you design the rest of the space.  In fact, c …