Whether you’re looking to carpet your home, upgrade a rental property or install new flooring in your commercial space, we can help. We have all New Zealand’s major brands and best of all we can offer wholesale prices!
Whether it’s luxurious wool or solution dyed nylon, or functional but soft polyester, we will have the carpet that suits your needs from our extensive range of leading brands.
We carry a large range of vinyl in stock to suit most residential and commercial jobs, from standard vinyl for your home, bathroom or kitchen to top end commercial solutions for factories, commercial kitchens and schools.
If wooden or laminate flooring is more your style we can help you get the best timber or laminate to match your decor and do it at a great price.
Timber flooring adds the perfect touch of class and durability to any area that needs that extra pizzazz.
Quality solution dyed nylon or wool carpet from $99+GST per lineal metre
Hard wearing value carpet for rentals from $49+GST per lineal metre
Versatile vinyl options from $25+GST per square metre
Hard flooring solutions from $39+GST per square metre
Our unbeatable range is supplied by the following premium brands
At John Jarvis Carpet & Vinyl we lead you through the process from start to finish. We aim to make the process as stress-free as possible. We do it all, from providing a free measure and quote, guiding you through our extensive product range to find the right flooring solution for you, and all aspects of installation through our team of skilled and experienced installers. We’ve been in the business for over 35 years so you can draw on our wealth of knowledge and experience.
Latest Blog posts
The decision of which type of carpet to choose for your home comes down to personal choice. Here we outline the features and benefits of both wool and synthetic carpet.
One of the first things people ask when carpeting their home is ‘how much will it cost?’, we’ve outlined the 3 main price factors to consider when installing new carpet.
Cut pile carpet is created when the fibre loops are cut. When the yarn loops are cut, the result is an upright pile (see diagram below) and the ends of the carpet fibre are exposed.