🍾 👸🏻 As a proud British company, we will be celebrating the Queens Jubilee and joining in with the national festivities.
As a result we will be closing our factory starting on Friday 27th May, re-opening Monday 6th June.
All emails and enquiries will be replied to after this return date. 🍾 👸🏻
17th August 2021
Update – Retail Customers
Following on from our message in May – we thank you for your on-going patience whilst we worked through our backorders. You will be pleased to know that we have made significant progress – and whilst we are still working through some backorders – we aim to be accepting all new retail orders again from the week commencing the 6th September 2021.
Going forward – to avoid disappointment with your restoration – we recommend that you place your order in plenty of time.
We encourage all new customers who are happy to wait to enquire using our website as follows:
Austin Healey & Triumph TR Customers – browse our extensive product library for details and pricing – selecting the products you are considering using our unique “Build a Quote” system. Once submitted, our experienced sales team can review our choices and get back in touch to discuss the finer details and send you material samples based on your choices.
Jaguar & MGA Customers – find lots of useful information and photos about the products we can offer for your restoration on the individual Model Pages for each marque/model. At the bottom of these model pages, you will find a Contact Form specific to your car – which you can fill in and submit with your restoration requirements – and one of our experienced sales team will formulate a Quote for you to get the ball rolling.
Note that all further information related to your enquiry will be processed and responded to after the 6th September 2021.
Our tufted nylon is a man-made material that offers an affordable option for those not wanting to go to the expense of wool. With a deep pile of 100% polypropylene fibres and a rubber backing, it is flexible, durable and hard wearing.
Typically, many of our customers will consider nylon for the Boot / Trunk areas of their cars – and although we do make plenty of main cockpit carpets in nylon, we make a huge number more in wool. If it is quality of material, finished look and durability that you are looking for, we would always recommend the Wool option – it is superior in all of these areas.
It is worth noting that our wool and nylon carpets are made by different manufacturers and therefore the colour range between the two varies quite significantly – so it is best to try and avoid mixing between the two materials in the same restoration where possible.