Any designs featured on our website can be produced in your choice of colour. We are able to produce carpet to your specification for a minimum order of 150m2. You are not limited to what you see on this website. Working to your brief we will create a design and colour concept to meet your expectations of style and suitability and provide imagery in JPEG or PDF format, and to scale, together with a hand-trial within 5 working days.
This range is ideal for use in areas such as guest rooms, corridors, meeting rooms and offices where an exact pattern match is not critical.
Available in Random Pattern Match or Set Pattern Match. For multiple width installations we recommend choosing Random Pattern Match designs.
As with all machine tufted carpets an exact pattern match when matching two or more widths cannot be guaranteed. This should be considered at the time of ordering for installations that require a critical pattern match.
Set Pattern Match designs are suited for areas no wider than 5m due to the pattern requiring an exact match to ensure visual continuity.
Random Pattern Match designs are suited for installations with multiple widths, or widths over 5m wide. The random nature of the patterns disguises joins in sections where carpet is laid over an area greater than 5m in width.
All Adam Carpets should be installed following the British Standard Code of Practice for the installation of Textile Floor Coverings (BS5325: 1996). Carpets with Woven Polypropylene backing should be installed over underlay, on carpet gripper; In larger installations we recommend that the carpet be Unitary backed and installed by total adhesion to an adhered underlay. Installation guidelines are available from Adam Carpets Ltd.
A planned cleaning programme is necessary with all floor coverings and in addition to daily vacuum cleaning regular professional maintenance of the carpet is essential. Maintenance procedures for Adam Commercial Carpets are available from Adam Carpets Ltd.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that different batches of carpet are made to the same colour, this cannot be guaranteed. Where it is necessary for different pieces of carpet to colour match, this should be clearly stated in writing at the time of order.
Shading: All cut pile carpets, whatever their method of manufacture, quality or pile content, may develop light and dark patches caused by uneven crushing of the pile. These may be temporary or permanent. The effect of 'shading' or 'pile reversal' is a characteristic of all textile materials with a nap or pile and can be influenced by local conditions. Shading is a natural phenomenon which cannot be attributed to a fault in manufacture or materials and will not affect the durability of the carpet.