Carpet flooring

Carpet flooring

At Nebozuk Carpets we supply 100% wool and nylon carpets in cut, loop and textured pile.

Our carpet range caters for the price-conscious, commercial and industrial application or home beautiful styling.

As a locally-owned family business, we only supply carpets from trusted, quality manufacturers, so that we can guarantee you the highest quality at the most affordable price.

Flooring inspiration

View some of our carpet range for design inspiration.

Our range

We believe the only way you can really know what you’re investing in is to see, feel and even walk on the carpet you like. That’s why we reccomend viewing our carpet range (below), produced by quality local manufacturers, then visiting us in store to take home a sample or two.

Prestige Carpets

The Prestige Carpets 100% New Zealand wool range is featured in publications such as Belle and Grand Designs magazine.

View the latest Prestige Carpets ranges here


Bremworth produce high-quality carpets and rugs, designed and made in New Zealand.

View the latest Bremworth ranges here


Brintons has been making superior quality traditional carpets in Kidderminster, England for 230-years.

View the latest Brintons ranges here


A favourite of architects and interior designers, this quality wool carpet comes in a range of stylish colours and styles.

View the latest Supertuft ranges here


For more than 40 years Tuftmaster have offered competitively priced carpets for residential, commercial and industrial use.

View the latest Tuftmaster ranges here

Victoria Carpets

For more than 120 years, Victoria Carpets have manufactured a wide variety of affordable carpets. Their state of the art wool processing and spinning mill is based in Bendigo.

View the latest Victoria Carpets ranges here

How to get started

To help you choose the perfect carpet we’ve put together a list of things to consider.

Step 1. Colour

Like paint, the colour of a carpet can change under different lighting, so it’s important to view your sample under various conditions e.g. daylight and artificial light before making your final decision.

Step 2. Price and quality

Carpet is one of the most affordable flooring options and is usually quoted in linear metres (1m long x 3.66m wide (the width of a roll). To convert to square metres, divide by 3.66.

Step 3. Durability and gradings

The best way to measure durability is to look for an independent grading like the ACCS Residential Extra Heavy Duty Plus Stairs, 6 Star Grade label that you’ll find on the back of the carpet.

Step 4. Wool vs nylon

Both wool and nylon carpets are hard-wearing, luxurious underfoot and feature stain resistance properties. The biggest advantage of a nylon carpet is its ability to hold colour in areas exposed to long periods of direct sunlight. While wool is hypoallergenic, fire-resistant and helps to naturally regulate moisture, creating a warm, dry and healthy home. 

Step 5. Choosing the right style

Cut piles

Cut pile carpets are incredibly luxurious and plush under-foot. TIP: If you have a cat who likes to claw the carpet, a cut pile carpet is your best option because they can tear the loop of a loop pile.

Loop piles

Loop pile carpets offer an array of stylish textures and designs, ranging from a minimalist appearance through to bold, unique patterns.

Cut & loop piles

Cut and loop pile carpets can create a distinctive pattern across your floor that adds another dimension to the colour you choose.

Step 6. Lifestyle needs

Do you have children? Pets? Will the carpet be exposed to full sun for extended periods? Fortunately, there’s a carpet option for every home. Visit us in-store and we can help you find the perfect match.

Step 7. Take home a sample

Visit us in-store and take home a few samples. We believe that’s the only way you can really know what works with your furniture, paint colours etc.

Spot removal guide

If you experience a difficult spot or stain on your carpet download our handy guide and get rid of it.

How to choose the right flooring

It can be difficult to know where to start when choosing a new floor for your home. To help you get started, we’ve put together a few questions here.