Check Out the Clearance Section

Unless you have something very specific in mind, you may well find a suitable carpet for your requirements in the clearance or sale section of an online carpet retailer. Many retailers offer huge discounts on end-of-line stock, and you'll be getting a great bargain. Online prices are often cheaper than on the high street anyway, as online retailers generally have much lower overheads than those in bricks-and-mortar stores. These savings are passed on to you, the customer, in the form of lower prices for the same carpets you'll find elsewhere.

Ask About Remnants If You Only Need a Small Piece of Carpet

If you are carpeting a very small area, such as a small entrance hall or a study or box room, it's always worth asking about any end remnants or roll-ends the retailer may have. They may not have anything suitable, or they may not be prepared to help you, but there's no harm in asking. You never know - you might be able to get hold of a much higher-quality carpet than you originally budgeted for and at a knock-down price.

Ensure You Get the Right Carpet for Your Needs

This might seem obvious, but don't be so tempted by an attractive discount that you buy something unsuitable for your home! It might seem like a bargain now, but the cost and headache of replacing it or being forced to pay for professional cleaning down the line won't be worth it.

If you would like any further advice on buying carpets online on a budget, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be more than happy to talk you through our selection and work within your budget.