A broad range fibres and textures for both commercial and residential use.

Whether it’s for residential or commercial use, Tony Di Milia Flooring works closely with its clients in order to achieve the ultimate carpet flooring, ranging from the classic to the most contemporary.

    • Nylon Carpets

      Today’s nylon carpet is arguably the most resilient carpet fibre available. It is unbelievably durable and stain-resistant keeping it looking like new for longer. Such features make nylon the most popular carpet around and a versatile flooring for any room.

    • Wool Carpets

      A natural fibre obtained primarily from sheep, wool is free from toxins and has crimps and curls that give it a luxuriously soft cushiony feel. If warmth and comfort are your highest priority, wool is your premier carpet of choice.

    • Triexta Carpets

      Triexta is a relatively new synthetic fibre that is partially composed of rapidly renewable corn glucose instead of petroleum. An inherently water repellent fibre, it can be easily cleaned with water making it an eco-friendly synthetic alternative to nylon carpet.

    • Carpet Tiles

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    • Axminster Carpets

      Originating from the old English town of Axminster in the 18th century, Axminster carpets boast the widest array of design and colour choices. Whether you’re going for an abstract or traditional off-the-shelf pattern or a custom design, such as your company logo, an Axminster carpet is an investment in quality that is sure to turn heads.

    • Indoor/Outdoor Carpet

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