Carpet (wall-to-wall carpet) is a floor covering woven or felted from natural or man-made fibers. Fitted carpet is attached to the floor structure, extends wall-to-wall, and cannot be moved from place to place. An underlay will extend carpet life and improve comfort.
There are three types of carpets: the loop pile carpet, the cut carpet and the structured carpet, combining the first two. Very popular in the sixties thanks to its colorful prints, most carpets took a decorative appearance inside houses.
How We Help
Carpet is one of the most noticeable aspects potential renters look at, and it is also one of the most often replaced items when renters vacate the home. Let us help make the process of replacing your home carpet go faster and smoother. It all starts with an over-the-phone estimate.
Fast Easy Installation
Our carpet installers have more than 15 years of experience, so you can expect a smooth transition when you do business with us. In addition to a professional installation, the installers remove your old carpet, clean up any debris, and even vacuum as well.
Save Time Money
We pride ourselves on saving our customers not only money, but time as well. We understand many of our customers work or have a business to run, so if you can’t be at the job site at the time of installation, you can place your full confidence in our professional carpet installers to do the job right the first time. Having your carpet installed by seasoned professionals ensures it will last longer and look beautiful.
If the carpet in your home has endured years of wear and tear, it would be a wise investment to replace it with attractive and affordable carpet. Since the floor is a focal point of any room, protecting your asset with new flooring should be at the top of your home improvement list.
When you first decide to put your home on the market, you’ll want to take the time to make plans for the renovation. Even if you are just doing a few things to enhance the curb appeal, planning ahead will help to ensure you do them in the right order. For example, if you are going to paint or otherwise redo the walls, you’ll want to do this before you have new flooring installed. The same is true if you are remodeling the kitchen. After all, you don’t want to have workmen trampling on your brand new carpet before you can show your home.
Get Expert Advice
With so many different styles and colors of carpet, you may need help deciding which type should go in which room of your home. The carpet you put in a child’s room may be vastly different than the carpet you choose for your living room. Our sales manager has more than 40 years of experience in the flooring industry and will be happy to guide you through this important decision.