Hi, Can anyone give me advice about measuring for stair and landing carpet? We have been quoted £400 for cheapish carpet with fitting (the carpet is £12 per M2) for stairs, landing, top of the stairs and the little bit by the bathroom in a 3 bed terraced house. We don't need carpet for hallway downstairs as it's laminated. I have measure stairs and added the length of them to the measurement for the top of stairs and then added the length of the small part by bathroom - all of which could be one piece and it worked out at 706cm - but with the extra cms added on for different parts as advised on a website it could probably be rounded down to 7m or if not - 8m max. The widest part of all that would be 80cm so round that to 1m. So all of that 1m x 8m max The landing is 366cm long x 152cm at widest part so that could be rounded to 4m x 2m I am thinking that considering standard carpet is 4m wide - would 7m or 8m cut into two parts not be enough for all of it? Is is there a reason that carpet cannot be cut in half? Because of the virus the fitter and salesman came out - I said I wanted a more expensive heavy duty carpet but he seemed very keen to get us to go with a cheaper one. WE were expecting it to cost £200 - £300 so worried we are being ripped off.