S1 Carpets was formed in 2021 and operates from Scotland’s central belt. Here at S1 Carpets, we offer our customers a high-quality supply and fit service with hundreds of choices on all types of flooring and accessories. We offer a mobile showroom service and we ultimately believe that our emphasis on the mobile showroom is a key element of our business model and effectively encourages our customers to book their free home measures online. Here at S1 Carpets, our motto is “We Bring The Showroom To You”, and this is something that is reflected throughout the entire business from top to bottom.

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