GOT YOU COVERED: Shaun and Kirsty Barber of Ipswich Carpet Court.
GOT YOU COVERED: Shaun and Kirsty Barber of Ipswich Carpet Court.

Big welcome as Carpet Court swings open doors in the city

THE doors are now open to Carpet Court's newest store, Ipswich Carpet Court.

The shop offers flooring materials for homes and businesses throughout the greater Ipswich area.

Boasting a dedicated and experienced team of flooring specialists, the new store offers valuable advice, superb service and expert installation.

Store owners Kirsty and Shaun Barber have the skills and experience to tackle any flooring challenge. The duo ensures their hand-picked team stays up-to-date with the latest industry trends, embracing new products and techniques.

The Barbers say their decision to open a Carpet Court store was easy. As Australia's largest retail floor covering group, Carpet Court offers a large range of flooring options at competitive pricing, something that Ipswich Carpet Court is proud to provide to the local community.

The locally owned business is now a member of Australia's largest flooring retailer, joining a network of more than 200 Carpet Court stores nationwide.

Carpet Court's CEO, Andrew Brand, is excited to welcome the new store to the Carpet Court family.

"We're very pleased to welcome the new Ipswich site to the Carpet Court network.

Kirsty and Shaun are dedicated to their local customers and believe they deserve to have an extensive range of flooring options on their doorstep.

"We look forward to watching the business flourish in the coming years," Andrew said.

Carpet Court provides consumers with an impressive range of flooring options including exclusive carpet ranges, tiles, laminate, vinyl, timber, bamboo, blinds and shutters, rugs, and more.

Ipswich Carpet Court is located at Shop 2, 21 Brisbane Rd, Bundamba QLD 4304. Visit carpetcourt.com.au or call 07 3282 5555 to contact the store and obtain a free measure and quote.



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