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Get Free Underlay With All Brintons Carpets – Lee Longlands

For a limited time only, Lee Longlands is providing free carpet underlay with every Brintons carpet purchase. Read all about our great offer and find out why it’s important to use carpet underlay in your home in this article.

What Is Carpet Underlay & Why Do You Need It?

Carpet underlay is a necessity if you’re looking to fit a carpet to a professional level. It’s a thin layer of cushioning material made from sponge, rubber, foam or felt and it’s used to provide a soft platform for your carpet.

The underlay of a carpet is an integral piece that shapes the floor and determines how it feels. Without carpet underlay, your floor may feel uncomfortable and even when carpeted may feel hard on the feet. Carpet underlay also helps to increase the lifespan of your carpet and can elongate its life by up to 50%, so you can see how important it is to have.

If you want to ensure your carpet sits neatly, provides maximum comfort and lasts as long as possible, you need underlay.

Free Underlay With Every Brintons Carpet Purchase

Lee Longlands is currently offering anyone who purchases Brintons carpet a free underlay for the room. So if you purchase a Brintons carpet from us, you don’t even have to worry about underlay costs – we’ve got you covered.

But that isn’t all we have to offer. As well as providing our customers with free underlay on every range of Brintons carpet, we’ll even have your carpet and underlay professionally fitted into your home absolutely free of charge when you purchase carpet from select Brinton ranges.

Visit Lee Longlands Today To Discover Our Great Offers

If you’re interested in exploring the range of Brintons carpets for sale  at Lee Longlands to see how you can benefit from our current free underlay and carpet fitting offers, then visit our Brintons Carpets Page today.

Got any questions regarding our carpets & flooring, or any other products or services? Contact us today by filling out an enquiry form. Or for an instant response, give us a call on 0800 996 1811.

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