Where to Buy New Carpet and Flooring? My Recommended Carpet Stores must pass my own special set of strict rules and requirements before being featured in my Preferred Carpet Dealer Directory.
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Be careful where you buy new carpet and flooring.
Many carpet retailers are not honest or reliable and fail to provide quality service after the sale. I believe my recommended dealers offer the best in service, selection and satisfaction.
You Deserve a Fair & Square Deal on New Carpet!
I only recommend a select few honest and reputable, locally-owned carpet and flooring dealers. These are your neighbors who have a vested interest in your community. They have been in business for many years, have earned a good reputation and provide first-class customer service.
Carpet Sales Near Me?
As you drive around town you have probably noticed a few local carpet and flooring stores near you. Most of us have seen the carpet and flooring displays at Lowe’s and Home Depot too. Then there are the TV commercials with unbelievable carpet sales.
It’s hard to miss all those TV commercials offering free basic carpet installation or those commercials that offer three rooms of carpet for the price of one.
Are these carpet sales offers really a good deal or just a way to lure me in? Can they really install carpet the next day? How do I know what carpet is the right carpet for me?
Retail Carpet Sales are ongoing, non-stop and never-ending. Every day is their biggest carpet sale of the year. Hurry in before the sale ends!
Q. Are you adding more Carpet Stores to your preferred list?
Yes! I am adding more recommended carpet stores every week. In some areas, I cannot find even one carpet store that meets my strict standards for inclusion. I will not recommend any store that fails to meet my requirements.
After 30+ years in the carpet business, I’ve learned how to spot the bad carpet retailers. I can see right through their sneaky advertising scams and recognize their dishonest sales gimmicks. This ensures these unscrupulous carpet retailers are NOT found on my List of Preferred Carpet Dealers!
I started building my Preferred Carpet Dealer Directory in 2008. Over the past 13 years, I have found that on average, just 1 out of 10 carpet dealers are able to pass my special requirements for inclusion in my directory.
- Many Carpet retailers use sneaky sales tactics to try to cheat and deceive you.
- Some use deceptive advertising to lure in unsuspecting homeowners with a bait and switch scam.
- Some retailers recruit strong-arm salespeople who don’t take “NO” for and answer, hoping to “close the sale” before you have a chance to comparison shop.
Q. Why Do You Only Recommend Locally-Owned Carpet Stores?
I receive plenty of emails from unhappy homeowners who bought new carpet from one of the big box warehouse stores like Lowe’s or Home Depot, or nationally advertised shop-at-home carpet retailers like Empire Today.
Please don’t fall for these sneaky carpet sales gimmicks…
The sheer number of consumer carpet complaints posted on the internet is mind-blowing. I did a simple Google search for carpet installation complaints and found plenty of posts from unhappy homeowners. Many were lured-in after seeing those unbelievable TV ads offering Free Carpet Installation, 3 rooms for the price of one and 60% off new carpet and flooring.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that these repetitive ads you see on TV may not be as good a deal as they make it sound. You’ll need a magnifying glass to read through all their fine print.