WHO IS CAVALIER BREMWORTH?
With a history spanning 60+ years, Cavalier Bremworth is an all-natural fibre company making New Zealand's finest quality carpets and rugs. We offer a wide range of luxurious NZ-made wool carpets and rugs in many gorgeous styles. All our carpets carry an independent performance grading and environmental accreditation from the Australian Carpet Classification Scheme (ACCS).
WHY ARE YOU MOVING TO WOOL ONLY?
We believe that by embracing nature we can make a genuine difference to the wellbeing of people and the planet, without compromising the design and performance attributes our customers care about. For the last 60+ years, we’ve been on a journey of exploration and have built up significant knowledge about the potential and performance of many different fibres from diverse sources for use in flooring. Wool carpet was and remains the optimum offering for customers. Not only is it the best fibre for design, innovation and performance on the floor, it’s also 100% natural, biodegradable and renewable. In addition it is what we do best! Read more about our move to natural here.
WHERE ARE CAVALIER BREMWORTH’S PRODUCTS MADE?
Our operations proudly span New Zealand's North Island. We buy wool from New Zealand farmers, turn it into quality yarn at our Napier and Whanganui sites, and finally tuft the yarn into carpet and rugs in Papatoetoe, south Auckland.
WHERE CAN I PURCHASE CAVALIER BREMWORTH PRODUCTS?
How do I order a sample?
HOW CAN I TELL IF I'M BUYING A GOOD QUALITY CARPET?
The most trusted way to check that you're buying a good quality carpet is to see if it has an independent performance grading from ACCS – the Australian Carpet Classification Scheme. Carpet manufacturers have no influence over what grading their carpets receive once they have been sent off for testing – providing consumers with a truly trustworthy source of information. If quality and longevity are important to you, look for a ‘Residential Extra Heavy Duty Plus Stairs, 6 Stars’ rated carpet.
WHEN BUYING CARPET, WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BROADLOOM (LINEAR) METRE AND A SQUARE METRE?
A broadloom metre is the standard width of a carpet roll – 3.66 metres. To work out the square metre price from a broadloom metre price, just divide the broadloom metre price by 3.66. Alternatively, ask your retailer to quote the job in square metres.
WHO WILL INSTALL MY CARPET?
Carpet must be purchased through one of our retailers. They will help you select your underlay and they will organise one of their carpet layers to complete the job.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF WOOL CARPET/RUG?
Wool carpets and rugs have stood the test of time and they have many amazing natural properties that synthetic carpets/rugs cannot match. Wool helps regulates humidity within your home (absorbing moisture when the air is wet and releasing it when the air is dry) essentially meaning it can breathe. Wool is also naturally hypoallergenic (absorbing and filtering VOCs) which is a great benefit for asthma sufferers. Wool is the safest carpet fibre as it's very difficult to ignite, it burns slowly and it's easy to extinguish. Wool is a 100% sustainable fibre and is easy to clean because wool has a very thin, waxy coating chemically bonded to the surface – meaning anything water based (most common food and drink spills) will bead and roll off before they're absorbed into the carpet. As long as you get to a stain immediately, you should be able to get it out. Take a look at our handy Care guide for more information.
How do I order a custom size rug?Go to our Rug Collection page and customise your rug in four easy steps:
- Select your style
- Select your colour
- Select your size - maximum width is 3.66m and maximum length is 6m.
- Select your edge finish - fabric, felt, concealed or overlocked.
Once you make your selections, our virtual rug tool will give you an idea of the size and shape of your rug and also display the price. To purchase your rug, click Buy Now and it will be added to your cart. Complete checkout by entering delivery and payment details, and your rug will be delivered direct to your door.
How accurate is the rug generated on the Virtual Rug tool?
The virtual rug tool generates a rug that is designed to give you an idea of the size/shape of your rug. The illustration is indicative only. Due to individual settings on computer screens, monitors and printers, colours will always vary. The size of the image is also an indication only. Cavalier Bremworth recommends ordering a sample before purchasing to ensure you are happy with the colour and design before purchasing.
Do you offer different shape rugs?
Cavalier Bremworth offer square, rectangle or round rugs with the ability to customise the size to find the perfect rug for your home.
How do I care for my rug?
Will I need an anti-slip mat for my rug?
All Cavalier Bremworth rugs come with an anti-slip mat to protect your hard flooring and ensure that you rug will not move around.
How much does shipping cost for a rug?
Shipping is free Australia wide.
Do you ship rugs internationally?
How long will it take for my custom size rug to arrive?As custom-size rugs are designed to your requirements it takes time to create your unique rug. Please allow up to 15 business days for your rug to be dispatched (During promotional periods this may take longer). We will send you a confirmation email once the rug has been shipped including tracking details. As these rugs are made in New Zealand, it takes time for us to ship over to Australia and shipping time frames will vary depending on where the final destination within Australia.
Estimated shipping and delivery times for these main metropolitan areas are:
Sydney: 14 working Days from dispatch date.
Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide: 15 working days from dispatch date.
Perth: 17 working days from dispatch date.
Note: we cannot control delays by freight companies or Australian customs.
Can I put my rug on carpet?
Cavalier Bremworth recommend placing the rugs on hard flooring. When a rug is placed on carpet it appears to wrinkle. This is because carpet does not provide much support for the rug. When heavy items such as dining tables are placed on top of the rug this will show more.