A stunning level loop pile, Berber Vogue is made with heathered yarn adding speckled colour to this range of 100% wool carpet.

  • Carpet Style: Level Loop Pile
  • Fibre Type: Wool
  • ACCS Ratings: Residential Heavy Duty (4), Residential Suitable for Stairs (ACCS), Contract Light Duty (1), Contract Suitable for Stairs (ACCS)
  • Width: 4 metres
Accs Residential 4 Star Rating
ACCS Contract and Commercial Star Rating

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At Carpet Right, we truly valued every single investment of our customer. That is why we are only collaborating with professionals when it comes to assigning tradesman for carpet installation. All our carpet layers are experienced with at least 10+ years in the flooring industry and always offer their professionalism to you.

Please visit our pre-installation guidelines to make sure that the selected carpet switches your subfloor into elegant & extravagant flooring.


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Congratulations! Carpet Right is now providing a very competitive Carpet Installation Package including installation, removal & disposal of old carpet.

The package is also designed to customize the service such as removal of heavy furniture inclusive Piano, empty bookshelves, etc.

We will deliver you an exceptional experience with no hustle.

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Numerous Way To Keep Carpet In Its Luxuriousness

Godfrey Hirst Carpet Care Guide

Vacuum Type

  • Use only a quality vacuum.
  • Vacuums fitted with micro filter systems ensure fine particles (such as dust mite allergens ) are removed and stay in the collection bag (particularly if you are dust sensitive).
  • To prevent excess fuzzing turn the brush off, or change the head when vacuuming loop pile, cut pile or Berber carpet.
  • Check and adjust the height of beaters if fitted regularly to ensure the carpet is not damaged by excessive beating.
  • For thicker carpets with a higher pile, the height of beaters may be raised and/or suction level reduced to make vacuuming easier.
  • Suction efficiency is reduced considerably when the bags are half full.
  • Change or empty dust collection bags frequently and replace filters as recommended by the manufacturer.

Regular Vacuuming

  • It is important to vacuum your carpet thoroughly and frequently, particularly in high traffic areas to prolong the life of and enhance the appearance of your carpet.
  • After your carpet is laid, vacuum lightly and frequently in the first week and then at least weekly and more frequently in high traffic areas after that.
  • Give three vacuum passes for light soiled areas and five to seven passes for heavily soiled areas.
  • Vacuum first against the pile direction to help unsettle and remove dirt and grit to reduce matting.
  • When finishing, vacuum in the direction of the pile to achieve a uniform finish.

Spot Cleaning

  • Prompt attention to spillages or stains is paramount to avoid the penetration of a stain into the carpet fibre.
  • Liquids (particularly hot liquids) must be attended to immediately. If allowed to cool or dry, the stain will be more difficult to remove.
  • Care must be taken as haphazard attempts at spot removal can cause permanent stain setting, pile distortion and loss of colour.
  • Exercise extreme care with all bleaches and chemical products as the can permanently discolour or dissolve carpets.

Steam Cleaning

  • Depending on usage carpet should be professionally steam cleaned every 12-18 months.
  • Steam Cleaning should only be undertaken by a professional carpet cleaner who is a member of a professional association in accordance with Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZ 3733:1995.
  • Shampooing, do it yourself steam cleaning or dry cleaning are not recommended.