Recommended Carpet Stores in Washington

My Recommended Carpet StoresAs a Consumer Advocate and 30-year veteran of the carpet business, I know how difficult it is to choose new carpet wisely and get a fair & square deal. That’s why I personally hand-pick each one of my Recommended Carpet Stores in Washington using my own special set of strict business standards and requirements.

Carpet Professor CapCarpet Professor’s
Recommended Carpet and
Flooring Stores in Washington

(Select Your Nearest City Below)

Auburn

Gary Johnson Flooring
10513 19th Ave Ct. E
Tacoma, WA 98445
(253) 531-8403
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Bellevue,
Bothell

Fantastic Floors
12700 NE 124th #9
Kirkland, WA 98034
(425) 638-3613
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Country Homes

Keystone Carpets
7309 E. Bigelow Gulch
Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-7000
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Federal Way,
Gig Harbor

Gary Johnson Flooring
10513 19th Ave Ct. E
Tacoma, WA 98445
(253) 531-8403
Map  Website

Glenrose

Keystone Carpets
7309 E. Bigelow Gulch
Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-7000
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Kennewick

TCS Contract
2390 Robertson Drive
Richland, WA 99354
(509) 375-1980  Map

Kent,
Kirkland

Fantastic Floors
12700 NE 124th, #9
Kirkland, WA 98034
(425) 638-3613
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Lakewood

Gary Johnson Flooring
10513 19th Ave Ct. E
Tacoma, WA 98445
(253) 531-8403
Map  Website

Liberty Lake

Keystone Carpets
7309 E. Bigelow Gulch
Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-7000
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North Creek

Fantastic Floors
12700 NE 124th, #9
Kirkland, WA 98034
(425) 638-3613
Map  Website

Pasco (Tri-Cities)

TCS Contract
2390 Robertson Dr.
Richland, WA 99354
(509) 375-1980  Map

Redmond,
Renton

Fantastic Floors
12700 NE 124th, #9
Kirkland, WA 98034
(425) 638-3613
Map  Website

Richland (Tri-Cities)

TCS Contract
2390 Robertson Dr.
Richland, WA 99354
(509) 375-1980  Map

Seattle

Consolidated Carpets
200 N 85th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 789-7737   Map

Vogel’s Carpet
10560 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98133
(206) 590-5154   Map

Spokane,
Spokane Valley

Keystone Carpets
7309 E. Bigelow Gulch
Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-7000
Map   Website

Tacoma

Gary Johnson Flooring
10513 19th Ave Ct. E
Tacoma, WA 98445
(253) 531-8403
Map  Website

Vancouver

All About Floors
6700 NE 152nd Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98682
(360) 947-2876   Map
(503) 719-1805 Kurt

Carpet USA
6412 NE 117th Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98662
(360) 295-2878   Map

Walla Walla

Conner’s Flooring Design
650 NE Rose St.
College Place, WA 99324
(509) 522-0176   Map

Woodinville

Fantastic Floors
12700 NE 124th #9
Kirkland, WA 98034
(425) 638-3613
Map  Website

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What Makes Your Preferred Dealers Special?

Inclusion in my directory is strictly by invitation only. No carpet or flooring retailer can buy their way onto my preferred dealer list at any price. I make no money from your carpet or flooring purchase no matter who you choose to buy from, I do however receive revenue from ads placed on various places on my website.

Don’t Want to Drive All Around Town?

Many of my preferred carpet dealers provide a free shop-at-home service. You just need to call and set up a convenient time to have them bring samples to your home for you to consider. There is no obligation to buy.

Recommended Carpet Stores in Washington? I use the term “Carpet Stores” but all my preferred carpet dealers also carry a full line of popular flooring products including hardwoods, luxury vinyl tile, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, waterproof flooring and more.

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Recommended Carpet Stores in North Dakota

My Recommended Carpet Stores in Alabama.As a Consumer Advocate and 30-year veteran of the carpet business, I know how difficult it is to choose new carpet wisely and get a fair & square deal. That’s why I personally hand-pick each one of my Recommended Carpet Stores in North Dakota using my own special set of strict business standards and requirements.

My Recommended
Carpet Stores in North Dakota

(Select Your Nearest City Below)

Bismarck

LAVALLE FLOORING
2435 West Main St.
Valley City ND 58072
Call 701-845-9380
Email  Map  Website

Fargo

LAVALLE FLOORING
2435 West Main St.
Valley City ND 58072
Call 701-845-9380
Email  Map  Website

Don’t See Your City or Town Listed?

Searching for a reputable dealer near you!Request a Carpet Store Referral! It’s a Free Service

What Makes Your Preferred Dealers Special?

Inclusion in my directory is strictly by invitation only. No carpet or flooring retailer can buy their way onto my preferred dealer list at any price.

I am not compensated from your carpet or flooring purchase no matter who you choose to buy from. However, I do earn revenue from ads placed in various places on my website.

Don’t Want to Drive All Around Town?

Many of my recommended carpet stores provide a free shop-at-home service because consumers really like the personalized service.

If they do, you just need to call and set up a convenient time to have them bring samples to your home for you to consider. There is no obligation to buy.

I use the phrase “Carpet Stores” when writing about my preferred dealers because carpet used to be the main flooring product that was sold. Those days are gone and now other flooring products are becoming very popular.

Today, all my preferred carpet stores also carry a full line of popular flooring products including hardwoods, luxury vinyl tile, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, waterproof flooring and more.

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Top 10 Best Carpet Styles Explained – Carpet Professor

Best Carpet StylesWhich Carpet Style
Should YOU Choose?

Carpet Professor’s

Top 10 Best
Carpet Styles 2021

1. PLUSH

Plush Style Carpet

The Plush style of carpet is usually one solid color and has a smooth, even pile height. During manufacturing, the tufts are sheared to make the pile perfectly level which can make foot prints and vacuum marks easy to see. Plush is still the most popular carpet style used in residential homes and apartments today.

You can find practically any color imaginable with this style. When made of nylon this Plush styles resist stains and clean easily. A quality Plush style carpet can last a lifetime if properly maintained.

Learn more About Carpet Fibers

2. TEXTURED PLUSH

Textured Plush Style Carpet

The textured plush carpet style has varying tuft height, thus reducing footprint and vacuum marks. It comes in many colors and is about the same cost as an even pile height plush style.

Learn about Carpet Specifications

3. High / Low (Sculptured)

Sculptured Hi-lo Carpet Style

The sculptured carpet style has cut and looped tufts creating a sculptured  manicured appearance. Generally this style has a higher cut-pile yard and a lower looped pile to enhance the sculptured design. It’s a very elegant look.

This style is usually made using two or more colors which helps it hide dirt. Is also shows less vacuum marks and footprints. The color usually varies in shade from light to dark and is very rich in appearance.

4. SHAG and FRIEZE (my favorite)

Frieze Carpet Style

The Frieze style of carpet has very tightly twisted tufts and wears very well. The tufts are not straight up like a plush style, rather they are crooked, or wiggly in appearance.

I think Frieze makes any room look fantastic. It is often used in heavy traffic areas and provides reduced footprint and vacuum marks. Typically more expensive than plush styles, if made of nylon, Frieze would be a durable and elegant selection for any home with moderate to heavy foot traffic.

Some people pronounce this style Freeze, but I was taught it was pronounced Friz-zay. However you pronounce it, Frieze is a wonderful style of carpet and a great choice for any home.

Shag carpet styles have long wiggly tufts and a taller pile height than a Frieze, making this a fun and still popular carpet style since it’s debut in the late 60’s. It feels great to wiggle your toes deep into the soft shaggy carpet pile. Lots of wild and crazy colors to choose from makes this the perfect carpet style for your bedrooms!

Shag carpet styles

Take my Free Carpet Foot-Traffic Test to see what grade of carpet you need to buy.

5. SAXONY

Saxony Style Carpet

Saxony is a cut-pile carpet style with a dense erect tuft configuration, it has well-defined individual tuft tips. This means it is easy to see each tuft tip on the surface of the carpet, giving it a rougher and bolder appearance.

Similar to a textured plush style.

6. Cut and Loop

Cut and Loop carpet styles use a combination of cut and looped tufts to create a multitude of elegant and practical patterns and textures.

Cut and Loop Pattern Style Carpet

This second  picture shows 9 different patterns to give you a small idea about how many different patterns and styles are available. A very elegant and durable carpet style.

Cut and Loop Carpet Styles

7. BERBER (Looped)

Berber Looped Carpet Style

The Berber style has become quite popular in recent years because of its elegant appearance. The tufts are looped and aligned in rows for a clean uniform look.

When choosing this carpet be sure to select one with smaller loops to get the best wear, like the one shown above. Large looped Berbers tend to collapse quickly and look worn-out sooner.

The Berber shown is a low quality carpet made of Olefin (polypropylene). You can tell this because the loops are large and look like they are leaning over.

Low quality Berbers are made of Olefin and typically have larger loops.

Higher quality looped Berbers are made of Nylon, have smaller loops and are much more durable.

I don’t recommend Looped Berber styles in apartments or homes with small children or pets because the loops can snag and run easily and is difficult and expensive to repair. 

Damaged Looped Berber Carpet Style
Looped Berber styles can easily snag and run causing damage.

Learn more about How to Choose Berber Carpet Wisely

8. CUT-PILE  “California Berber”

California Berber / Cut pile Carpet Style

This style of Berber is not a looped Berber like most of you have seen, in fact it is more like a Frieze. It does not have any loops because the loops have been cut which is why they call it a “Cut” Berber. It usually has a multicolored appearance or a speckled egg look.

Buying a Cut Berber made of Nylon is the best way to go if you want your carpet to last long time. Usually the main color is off white with earth tones. Some have flecks of colors like deep blues, bright reds and vibrant greens. A Cut-Pile style is an excellent choice for most homes and it hides footprints and vacuum marks well.

Learn more about Carpet Fibers

COMMERCIAL STYLES

9. Commercial Level Loop

Commercial glue-down carpet
Click to enlarge picture

Above are three different colors of a commercial grade level-loop carpet. Commercial carpets are generally used in offices and commercial applications where there is very heavy traffic.

There are two types I want to mention. Commercial Level loop has small loops and Commercial Cut Pile is a short napped plush type of carpet.

Both styles are usually made from Polypropylene also known as Olefin. Nylon is usually a more costly option.

Commercial carpets are designed to tolerate heavy traffic. Even when made from Olefin, looped styles tend to wear like iron. Why? because the loops are very small and tightly packed together. The low pile height and high density is what makes commercial grade carpet last such a long time and tolerate heavy foot-traffic.

On the other side of the coin, larger looped Berbers that are not very dense tend to mat down in a hurry and look worn-out much faster than those styles with smaller loops and higher pile density.

10. Commercial Cut-Pile

Carpet Styles and Patterns
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Here’s a picture of a commercial grade “cut-pile” carpet. Notice how smooth the pile is compared to the level-loop styles shown above. You can also choose a “Cut & Loop Style” to get the best features of both styles.

Commercial grade carpets can be installed over padding or glued directly to the floor without a pad. Gluing in down without a pad will yield the best results if you are looking for a carpet that will last a long time and take a beating.

Carpet Professor’s Preferred Carpet Dealers

It’s getting harder everyday to find an honest and reputable carpet dealer! That’s why I have been putting together my own special hand-picked list of Carpet Stores who are locally owned, give free estimates, offer fair prices, have knowledgeable staff, provide honest measuring and hire qualified installers. See who I recommend near you!

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Carpet Fiber Choice vs Durability | Carpet Professor

Nylon Fiber Durability

Carpet Fiber Choice vs Durability

(Nylon vs. Smartstrand vs. ) 

Carpet Professor CapLearn The Facts About Carpet Fibers, Carpet Specifications and Carpet Durability.

Carpet Fiber Choice vs Durability? This is practical information homeowners need to know in order to make wise and informed Carpet buying choices.

You Need Answers To These Questions…
  • The Best Fiber for Kids and Pets?
  • What Fiber is Most Durable?
  • Which Fibers Should I Avoid?
The Fiber You Select Determines…
  • Durability
  • How soft it feels
  • Stain resistance
  • Ease of cleaning
  • The price you’ll pay
  • Available styles and colors
  • How long your carpet will last

These are the most important factors you need to consider when shopping for new carpet and choosing the right carpet fiber to meet your needs and goals.

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Carpet Comparison

When it comes to carpet fibers, you must compare apples to apples.

For example, you cannot compare a NYLON to a POLYESTER, or a WOOL to an OLEFIN carpet.

This would be like comparing apples to oranges. You have to compare similar carpets and narrow it down to the one that best meets your needs, goals and lifestyle.

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Carpet Durability Guide Chart

New Names for the Same Old Fibers

All fibers can be modified in many ways to make them look or feel different. Some fibers are “bulked up” to make them look and feel thicker.

Some fibers are extruded thinner to make them feel softer.

These changes are common in the fiber industry and have been so for decades. This is nothing new. Still, the main characteristics of the fiber hold true.

For example, polyester is not a very resilient fiber. This means it will mat down easily in moderate to heavy foot traffic areas in your home. This is especially true in hallways and on stairs.

Making the fiber thinner or beefing it up to make it thicker will not change the fact that polyester is not a resilient fiber.

Nylon is the most durable and most resilient Synthetic fiber.

Nylon does not mat down easily, that’s why Nylon is the best choice for moderate to heavy foot-traffic applications.

There are several other synthetic fibers to choose from, including Polyester, PET Polyester, Sorona and Olefin.

All have their good and not-so-good qualities. Carpet makers are constantly trying to convince consumers that there’s is a new and improved fiber that is well worth having in your home.

Carpet Professor CapThe Carpet Professor Says…

“Don’t believe everything you hear about a newfangled carpet fiber or new manufacturing process that makes an old fiber better now than it was before.”

These altered or manipulated fibers are often marketed under fancy new names. They are still the same fiber as before with all the same limitations they have always had.

The superficial changes they make do not cause them to perform much or any better than before, but the carpet makers surely want you to believe so.

In fact, making the strand thinner will make the fiber feel softer, but it may also cause the fiber to be less resilient. However the price you pay for a new and improved fiber will likely be much higher!

Learn more about Carpet Styles

Nylon Carpet Fibers

Nylon is a generic name or designation for a family of synthetic polymers first produced in 1935 by the DuPont Company. How is nylon made?

Carpet Professor CapThe Carpet Professor Says…

A resilient fiber is defined as having the ability to return to its original form or position after being bent, compressed, or stretched.

Nylon Fiber Facts

(Nothing to argue about here)

Nylon is a synthetic fiber that outperforms all other fibers. It wears exceptionally well, is very resilient, resists abrasion, resists stains and is easy to clean.

  • The most expensive synthetic fiber to manufacture.
  • More durable than all other synthetic fibers.
  • The most resilient fiber.

Being resilient is what makes a nylon carpet looking like new longer than any other synthetic fiber. Wool is a natural fiber and it has excellent resiliency and durability.

I would always choose a Nylon carpet if I have medium to heavy foot-traffic and durability was my biggest concern.

Carpets made of nylon tend to look like-new longer than any other fiber. Nylon comes in virtually all styles and colors. What more can you ask for? Nylon is the best wearing, most durable fiber available.

Insist on a Carpet made of Nylon to reap these benefits over all other available fibers:

  • Most resilient of all fibers (doesn’t mat down easily)
  • Maintains a new appearance longer
  • Resists stains
  • Easy to clean
  • Very durable
  • Can be color-dyed

I Think Antron’s Nylon 6,6  is the Best Nylon

How much better? Not so much that I would pay a lot more to get it, however if all specifications and price were about equal then I would certainly opt for carpet made with nylon 6,6.

There are two types of Nylon fiber, one is referred to as Type 6.0 and is made by Anso® and the other is Type 6.6 also known as Stainmaster®, made by Antron®.

Stainmaster®carpet became a popular household brand because of the millions spent on television advertising and marketing since 1986.

Update: Stainmaster® Carpet Brand

The Stainmaster brand name was recently purchased by Lowe’s.

So from now on, the only way to purchase any carpet with the Stainmaster® brand name is to buy it at Lowe’s.

However, the same Nylon fiber known as 6,6 is still available at other retailers under a different brand name.

You can now buy carpet made with Antron’s nylon 6,6 at most local carpet stores and still enjoy all the benefits without having to pay more for the Stainmaster® brand name.

I think this is good news for homeowners. Now you are not limited to shopping for carpets made from the Nylon 6.6 fiber at Lowe’s just because they own the Stainmaster® brand name.

Carpet Professor CapThe Carpet Professor Says…

“Best Carpet Fiber Choice vs Durability? Take my free Carpet Foot-Traffic Test to help determine what grade of carpet you need for your home.”

Q. Do Tactesse, Caress, Lisse’ and other branded “Soft Nylons” hold up as well as regular (non-soft) Nylon fibers?

This is an excellent question. From my experience, I have found that “soft nylon” fibers are not quite as resilient or as durable as a standard (non-soft) denier nylon fiber.

The higher the denier the heavier the filament. The way they make a standard nylon fiber softer is to make the strand thinner.By doing so, I believe that some of the resiliency is lost.

A thinner strand creates a carpet that is softer to the touch but may be more susceptible to matting and crushing.

I’m not trying to steering you away from buying a soft nylon. But if you want to have the absolute most durable and most resilient nylon for the money, I suggest you buy a carpet made with a standard denier nylon fiber.

What is Fiber Denier?

Denier is the measurement of the strand diameter. Fiber denier is easily understood for those who gone fishing and used a nylon filament fishing line.

The thicker the line is, the stronger it is. When fishing for Trout, fishermen may use a thin 4-pound test line. For bigger fish like Steelhead or Salmon, a thicker 6, 8 or 10-pound nylon test line may be used.

Denier is the measurement of the diameter of the extruded fiber strand.

Some carpet fibers are purposely manufactured thinner to make a carpet that feels softer to the touch, but in doing so some of the strength, durability or resiliency may be sacrificed.

A carpet made with a standard (heavier) Denier Nylon fiber will be more durable and more resilient than a carpet made from a thinner strand as is commonly used in today’s branded “Soft Nylons”.

What does “branded” mean?

A branded product is one made by a well-advertised or well-known maker with label or name attached to it. Coca Cola is a well known brand of soda.

When it comes to carpet, a specific type of product can be branded and advertised and marketed to attract consumers.

Soft nylon styles have been branded under certain names and advertised to market the product to consumers who are interested in having a carpet with soft qualities similar to those made from a carpet made from wool, but not as costly.

The cost of “branded” products are more costly because of their characteristics and marketing.

Sorona® – PTT – Triexta – (aka Smartstrand® by Mohawk™)

If you want a carpet that is durable, soft and resist stains, Sorona® may be the fiber you are looking for.

Sorona has permanent stain resistance that is engineered into the fiber and will never wear or wash off. But remember, no carpet is completely stain proof.

Sorona, also known as Triexta or PTT was developed by DuPont™. It is a polymer derived from corn. Yes, corn.

It is said to have the best anti-stain properties of all synthetic fibers and cleans easier than any other fiber too. They also say it is very durable.

Sorona™ is clearly more durable than PET or Polyester, but is it as durable as Nylon?

I do believe that Sorona resists stains and cleans easier than Nylon, but the durability and resiliency of Nylon is impossible to beat.

Either way, Sorona may be the fiber you need for your home and especially if stain resistance is your main concern.

Carpet Fiber Choice vs Durability? I would not suggest Sorona for those with heavy foot- traffic applications, especially if you expect your new carpet to last more than 10 years.

Sorona was introduced to compete with nylon and to be manufactured at a comparable cost to Nylon. Mohawk has a line of carpet styles using the Sorona fiber and they have branded it and call it Smartstrand.

Learn more about Carpet Specifications

Sorona / Smartstrand Carpet Fiber

Q. Sorona has been around for many years now, do you think it is as good a fiber as they claim it is?

What I have come to believe at this point is that Sorona IS a durable fiber, it also cleans easily and resists stains a little better than a Nylon 6.0.

However, it is imperative that you choose the right quality or grade in order to be satisfied with the overall performance.

This is true with any carpet no matter what fiber it is made of. This means having enough face-weight, pile density and adequate tuft-twist to meet or exceed your needs, goals and lifestyle.

It is also important to keep the pile height below 3/4 of an inch or risk potential matting and crushing of the pile in medium to heavy traffic areas. (stairs and hallways)

What is your level of foot-traffic?

I created a free and simple Carpet Foot Traffic Test so homeowners would have some idea about where they stand and what grade of carpet to consider buying.

Knowing what grade of carpet to buy is the key and many folks end up buying a carpet that is incapable of tolerating their level of foot traffic. This always ends in frustration and makes for an unhappy customer.

My final thoughts about the Sorona fiber 2021

I still firmly believe that Nylon is more durable and has better resiliency than Sorona, but Sorona does seem to resist stains a little better than a nylon 6.0 to some degree, how much is debatable.

Most of the information I find about Sorona (on the internet) is written by the carpet manufacturers or authorized carpet dealers. You just don’t get the whole story from those sources.

Polyester or P.E.T. Polyester Carpet Fibers

Polyester is one of the least expensive synthetic fibers to manufacture. This is why carpet manufacturers try so hard to convince you to buy it.

A thick polyester carpet may feel nice and soft, but it is not a resilient fiber, and it does not a make a long-lasting carpet.

Carpet Professor CapThe Carpet Professor Says…

“Polyester carpets mat down in a hurry, and that has always been the problem with carpets made from this fiber.”

When you walk on a carpet, with every footstep you bend and compress the fibers and soon they begin to fall over.

Once polyester fibers are crushed, they won’t spring back to their original position. This is why warranties for polyester carpets do not cover claims against matting or crushing of the pile.

Don’t be fooled by salespeople who recommend carpets made with polyester. It may be acceptable to buy a carpet made with polyester as long as you know what to expect and don’t pay a lot of money for it.

The Carpet Professor Says…

“I wouldn’t expect to get a life span of more than 5 years on a polyester carpet, regardless of its tuft twist, density rating or warranty claims.”

I would consider choosing a carpet made of Polyester if I…

  • Want to spend as little as possible.
  • Need carpet that looks nice for just a few years.
  • Have very low foot-traffic in my home.
  • Install it in a room that is seldom used.

How much does new carpet cost?

Carpet Fiber Blends

Some carpets are made with a blend of Polyester and Nylon fibers. Usually a small amount of nylon is added to the mix.

They do this to try to make a polyester carpet a little bit more resilient and slightly more durable.

While this may have a benefit to consumers in some situations, I personally do not believe it makes a more valuable product.

It’s like putting a Mercedes hood ornament on a Ford Fiesta. It doesn’t make much sense to me. Some people think it is a viable option.

But carpet mills have long tried to come up with a way to make Polyester carpets more durable and less prone to matting and crushing of the pile, mainly because it is so cheap to manufacture.

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Olefin Carpet Fibers (aka Polypropylene)

Olefin is a very strong synthetic fiber. It is often used to make Berber carpets, commercial carpets and outdoor grass carpets.

Olefin wears well and has good stain resistance when anti-stain treatment is applied and maintained. Olefin also has good anti-static properties.

However, Olefin is not easy to keep clean and tends to look dingy when soiled. It has poor resiliency so smaller looped Berber styles wear better than do larger looped styles.

Carpet Professor CapThe Carpet Professor Says…

Read My Article: Lifestyle Often Dictates Best Carpet Choice for those with kids or pets.

Commercial grade level-loop carpets wear very well, as the loops tend to be very small which leaves little room for the loops to fall over, become matted down or crushed.

Wheelchairs roll easily over commercial level-loop carpets that are glued-down without padding. This is a good choice for handicapped areas, hospitals and retirement home applications.

When comparing Berber carpets made of Olefin, smaller loops and a tighter weave will yield a longer wearing carpet. If you want the most durable Berber style make sure it is made from a nylon fiber.

About  Berber Carpet

Wool and Wool Blend Carpet Fibers

Wool is a natural fiber and should not be compared to a synthetic fiber. Some carpets are offered with a blend of nylon and wool in varying amounts.

Usually I see 20% nylon and 80% wool. This gives wool some of the characteristics of nylon like increased resiliency and durability as well as lower cost. This can be a very good blend to consider having in your home.

Wool carpets are considered the most elite of fibers and are the most expensive of all carpet fibers.

Wool is a natural fiber and is very soft. It has excellent insulating qualities and is naturally fire resistant.

However, wool carpets must be professionally cleaned by specialized carpet cleaning methods and is more expensive to maintain and install than synthetic carpet styles.

Comparing wool carpets based on price and quality can be more difficult because well known brand names can increase the cost dramatically and the quality may be more difficult to determine.

If you can afford wool carpets it would be an excellent choice for most people. However, children and pets can be very hard on any carpet so careful consideration should be taken if you have small children or pets prone to having accidents.

AbcCarpetPro.com Carpet ProfessorIt’s hard to find an honest and reputable carpet store these days! That’s why I created my own special hand-picked list of carpet stores who are locally owned, give free estimates, offer fair prices, have knowledgeable staff, provide honest measuring and hire qualified installers. Homeowners want to know…Are there any reputable Carpet Stores Near Me?

Recommended Carpet Stores in Virginia

My Recommended Carpet StoresAs a Consumer Advocate and 30-year veteran of the carpet business, I know how difficult it is to choose new carpet wisely and get a fair & square deal. That’s why I personally hand-pick each one of my Recommended Carpet Stores in Virginia using my own special set of strict business standards and requirements.

Carpet Professor CapCarpet Professor’s
Recommended Carpet and
Flooring Stores in Virginia

(Select Your Nearest City Below)

Alexandria

Ayoub Carpet Service
3856 Dulles South Ct.
Chantilly, VA 20151
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Annandale
Arlington
Burke
Centreville

Ayoub Carpet Service
310-A South Washington St.
Falls Church, VA 22046
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Ayoub Carpet Service
3856 Dulles South Ct.
Chantilly, VA 20151
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Chantilly

Ayoub Carpet Service
3856 Dulles South Ct.
Chantilly, VA 20151
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Charlottesville

Carpet Plus
1739-A Allied Street
Charlottesville, VA 22903
(434) 977-7587   Map

Falls Church 

Ayoub Carpet Service
310-A South Washington St.
Falls Church, VA 22046
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Fairfax
Great Falls
Herndon

Ayoub Carpet Service
310-A South Washington St.
Falls Church, VA 22046
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Ayoub Carpet Service
3856 Dulles South Ct.
Chantilly, VA 20151
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Mechanicsville

Carpet America
6259 Mechanicsville Turnpike
Mechanicsville VA 23111
(804) 730-7777   Map

McLean
Mount Vernon
Oak Hill
Oakton
Reston

Ayoub Carpet Service
310-A South Washington St.
Falls Church, VA 22046
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Ayoub Carpet Service
3856 Dulles South Ct.
Chantilly, VA 20151
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Richmond

Carpet America
6259 Mechanicsville Turnpike
Mechanicsville VA 23111
(804) 730-7777   Map

Roanoke

Fashion Floors
4393 Electric Road
Roanoke, VA 24018
(540) 774-2990   Map

South Riding
Springfield
Sterling
Vienna

Ayoub Carpet Service
310-A South Washington St.
Falls Church, VA 22046
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

Ayoub Carpet Service
3856 Dulles South Ct.
Chantilly, VA 20151
(703) 378-2007
Map   Website

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What Makes Your Preferred Dealers Special?

Inclusion in my directory is strictly by invitation only. No carpet or flooring retailer can buy their way onto my preferred dealer list at any price. I make no money from your carpet or flooring purchase no matter who you choose to buy from, I do however receive revenue from ads placed on various places on my website.

Don’t Want to Drive All Around Town?

Many of my preferred carpet dealers provide a free shop-at-home service. You just need to call and set up a convenient time to have them bring samples to your home for you to consider. There is no obligation to buy.

Recommended Carpet Stores in Virginia? I use the term “Carpet Stores” but all my preferred carpet dealers also carry a full line of popular flooring products including hardwoods, luxury vinyl tile, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, waterproof flooring and more.

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Recommended Carpet Stores in Utah

My Recommended Carpet StoresAs a Consumer Advocate and 30-year veteran of the carpet business, I know how difficult it is to choose new carpet wisely and get a fair & square deal. That’s why I personally hand-pick each one of my Recommended Carpet Stores in Utah using my own special set of strict business standards and requirements.

Carpet Professor CapCarpet Professor’s
Recommended Carpet and
Flooring Stores in Utah

(Select Your Nearest City Below)

Murray

Lemco Flooring Designs
4794 S. Commerce Drive
Murray, UT 84107
(801) 485-9012
Map  Website

Salt Lake City

Lemco Flooring Designs
4794 S. Commerce Drive
Murray, UT 84107
(801) 485-9012
Map  Website

Sandy

Lemco Flooring Designs
4794 S. Commerce Drive
Murray, UT 84107
(801) 485-9012
Map  Website

Don’t See Your City or Town Listed?

Searching for a reputable dealer near you!Request a Carpet Store Referral! It’s a Free Service

What Makes Your Preferred Dealers Special?

Inclusion in my directory is strictly by invitation only. No carpet or flooring retailer can buy their way onto my preferred dealer list at any price. I make no money from your carpet or flooring purchase no matter who you choose to buy from, I do however receive revenue from ads placed on various places on my website.

Don’t Want to Drive All Around Town?

Many of my preferred carpet dealers provide a free shop-at-home service. You just need to call and set up a convenient time to have them bring samples to your home for you to consider. There is no obligation to buy.

Recommended Carpet Stores in Utah? I use the term “Carpet Stores” but all my preferred carpet dealers also carry a full line of popular flooring products including hardwoods, luxury vinyl tile, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, waterproof flooring and more.

AbcCarpetPro.com Carpet Professor

Recommended Carpet Stores in Texas

My Recommended Carpet StoresAs a Consumer Advocate and 30-year veteran of the carpet business, I know how difficult it is to choose new carpet wisely and get a fair & square deal.

That’s why I personally hand-pick each one of my Recommended Carpet Stores in Texas using my own special set of strict business standards and requirements.

Carpet Professor CapCarpet Professor’s
Recommended Carpet and
Flooring Stores in Texas

(Select Your Nearest City Below)

Addison,
Alvarado

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171 
Map  Website

Allen

Floor Hut
2929 Custer Rd #306
Plano, TX 75075
(972) 964-2300 
Map  Website

Arlington

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Floors Depot
5505 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth TX 76117
(817) 222-2274  
Map  Website

Austin

Convict Hill Floorcovering
6001 W. William Cannon Dr.
Austin TX 78749
(512) 892-4402   Map  Website

Balch Springs

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Beaumont

Custom Flooring
415 Old Hwy 90 W.
Vidor, TX 77662
(409) 769-0913   Map

Bedford

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Floors Depot
5505 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth TX 76117
(817) 222-2274
Map  Website

Benbrook,
Burleson

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Carrollton

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Cedar Hill

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Cleburne

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Colleyville

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Floors Depot
5505 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth TX 76117
(817) 222-2274
Map    Website

Corinth

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Crandall

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Crowley

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Dallas

Floor Hut
2929 Custer Rd #306
Plano, TX 75075
(972) 964-2300 
Map  Website

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Denton

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Desoto,
Duncanville

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Edgecliff Village

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Elizabethtown

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Floors Depot
5505 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth TX 76117
(817) 222-2274
Map    Website

Ennis

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Fairmont

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Farmers Branch

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Flint

Interiors Unlimited
1224 S Jackson Street
Jacksonville, TX 75766
(903)290-1898   Map

East Texas Floors
20831 US-69 South
Tyler, Texas 75703
(903) 894-8453   Map

Flower Mound

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Forest Hill

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Floors Depot
5505 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth TX 76117
(817) 222-2274
Map    Website

Fort Worth

Floors Depot
5505 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth TX 76117
(817) 222-2274
Map    Website

Frisco

Floor Hut
2929 Custer Rd #306
Plano, TX 75075
(972) 964-2300 
Map  Website

Garland

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Grapevine

Waggoner Carpets
1225 East Crosby, Ste A-4
Carrollton, TX 75005
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Houston

Carpet Villa & Floors
6486 FM 1960 Rd. W.
Houston, TX 77069
(281) 587-9949
Map   Website

Hutchins

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Irving

Floor Hut
2929 Custer Rd #306
Plano, TX 75075
(972) 964-2300 
Map  Website

Jacksonville

Interiors Unlimited
1224 S Jackson Street
Jacksonville, TX 75766
(903)290-1898   Map

Joshua

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Kaufman

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Keller

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Floors Depot
5505 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth TX 76117
(817) 222-2274
Map    Website

Kennedale

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Lancaster

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Lewisville

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Mansfield

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Avenue
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

McKinney

Floor Hut
2929 Custer Rd #306
Plano, TX 75075
(972) 964-2300 
Map  Website

Mesquite,
Midlothian,
Myrtle Springs

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

New Hope

East Texas Floors
20831 US-69 South
Tyler, Texas 75703
(903) 894-8453   Map

Palmer

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Pearland

Houston Carpet and Floors
2022 Broadway St
Pearland, TX 77581
(281) 485-7470   Map

Plano, Richardson

Floor Hut
2929 Custer Rd #306
Plano, TX 75075
(972) 964-2300 
Map  Website

Portland

Superior Floors Unlimited
807 Wildcat Dr.
Portland, TX 78374
(361) 643-8475   Map

Richland Hills, Roanoke

Floors Depot
5505 Airport Freeway
Fort Worth TX 76117
(817) 222-2274
Map    Website

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574
Map   Website

Red Oak, Rockwall

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Sachse

Ted’s Floor & Decor
6206 Highway 78
Sachse, TX 75048
(972) 829-0101   Map

San Antonio

Sunn Carpets & Interiors
200 West Nakoma Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78216
(210) 349-7866   Map

Seagoville, Southlake,
Sunnyvale, Terrell

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

The Colony

Waggoner Carpets
1208 S. Broadway St.
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-2171
Map  Website

Tyler

East Texas Floors
20831 US-69 South
Tyler, Texas 75703
(903) 894-8453   Map

Interiors Unlimited
1224 S Jackson Street
Jacksonville, TX 75766
(903)290-1898   Map

Vidor

Custom Flooring
415 Old Hwy 90 West
Vidor, TX 77662
(409) 769-0913   Map

Waxahachie

Carpet Outlets of Texas
3178 Lavon Dr. Ste 101
Garland, TX 75150
(972) 279-4800
Map   Website

Carpet Outlets of Texas
274 Ovilla Road
Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 617-7847
Map   Website

Wooded Hills

Elite Floors
384 SW Johnson Ave
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 295-5574  
Map   Website

Don’t See Your City or Town Listed?

Searching for a reputable dealer near you!Request a Carpet Store Referral! It’s a Free Service

What Makes Your Preferred Dealers Special?

Inclusion in my directory is strictly by invitation only. No carpet or flooring retailer can buy their way onto my preferred dealer list at any price. I make no money from your carpet or flooring purchase no matter who you choose to buy from, I do however receive revenue from ads placed on various places on my website.

Don’t Want to Drive All Around Town?

Many of my preferred carpet dealers provide a free shop-at-home service. You just need to call and set up a convenient time to have them bring samples to your home for you to consider. There is no obligation to buy.

Recommended Carpet Stores in Texas? I use the term “Carpet Stores” but all my preferred carpet dealers also carry a full line of popular flooring products including hardwoods, luxury vinyl tile, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, waterproof flooring and more.

AbcCarpetPro.com Carpet Professor

Recommended Carpet Stores in Tennessee

My Recommended Carpet StoresAs a Consumer Advocate and 30-year veteran of the carpet business, I know how difficult it is to choose new carpet wisely and get a fair & square deal.

That’s why I personally hand-pick each one of my Recommended Carpet Stores in Tennessee using my own special set of strict business standards and requirements.

My Recommended
Carpet Stores in Tennessee

(Select Your Nearest City Below)

Franklin

Carpet Den Interiors
264 Mallory Station Road #1
Franklin, TN 37067
(615) 771-0128   Map

Knoxville

Vinyard Floor Covering
1127 N Broadway E
Knoxville, TN 37917
(865) 525-9492   Map

Memphis

Allen Wilson Floor Coverings
Shop-At-Home
(901) 461-4374

Blackwell’s Carpet & Floors
1741 Cherokee Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38111
(901) 743-2100   Map

Nashville

Crescent Carpets
3312 Nolensville Pike
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 331-0250   Map

Volume Carpet Sales
3007 Dickerson Pike
Nashville, TN 37207
(615) 228 3427   Map

Don’t See Your City or Town Listed?

Searching for a reputable dealer near you!Request a Carpet Store Referral! It’s a Free Service

What Makes Your Preferred Dealers Special?

Inclusion in my directory is strictly by invitation only. No carpet or flooring retailer can buy their way onto my preferred dealer list at any price. I make no money from your carpet or flooring purchase no matter who you choose to buy from.

Don’t Want to Drive All Around Town?

Many of my preferred carpet dealers provide a free shop-at-home service. You just need to call and set up a convenient time to have them bring samples to your home for you to consider. There is no obligation to buy.

Recommended Carpet Stores in Tennessee? I use the term “Carpet Stores” but all my preferred carpet dealers also carry a full line of popular flooring products including hardwoods, luxury vinyl tile, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, waterproof flooring and more.

AbcCarpetPro.com Carpet Professor

Recommended Carpet Stores in South Carolina

My Recommended Carpet Stores in Alabama.As a Consumer Advocate and 30-year veteran of the carpet business, I know how difficult it is to choose new carpet wisely and get a fair & square deal.

That’s why I personally hand-pick each one of my Recommended Carpet Stores in South Carolina using my own special set of strict business standards and requirements.

My Recommended
Carpet Stores in South Carolina

(Select Your Nearest City Below)

Charleston

Carolina Carpet
1035 Johnnie Dodds Blvd
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
(843) 884-6083   map

Greenville

Brooks Flooring
3303A Rutherford Road
Taylors, SC 29687
(864) 349-5267   Map

Hilton Head

Hilton Head Floor Covering
85 Arrow Road
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
(843) 682-2272   Map

Mt. Pleasant

Carolina Carpet
1035 Johnnie Dodds Blvd
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
(843) 884- 6083   map

Myrtle Beach

Wholesale Flooring
2301 Hwy 17 S Unit A
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 273-4367   Map

Shoreline Flooring
908 Frontage Road East
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
(843) 444-0722   Map

Don’t See Your City or Town Listed?

Searching for a reputable dealer near you!Request a Carpet Store Referral! It’s a Free Service

What Makes Your Preferred Dealers Special?

Inclusion in my directory is strictly by invitation only. No carpet or flooring retailer can buy their way onto my preferred dealer list at any price. I make no money from your carpet or flooring purchase no matter who you choose to buy from.

Don’t Want to Drive All Around Town?

Many of my preferred carpet dealers provide a free shop-at-home service. You just need to call and set up a convenient time to have them bring samples to your home for you to consider. There is no obligation to buy.

Recommended Carpet Stores in South Carolina? I use the term “Carpet Stores” but all my preferred carpet dealers also carry a full line of popular flooring products including hardwoods, luxury vinyl tile, sheet vinyl, ceramic tile, waterproof flooring and more.

AbcCarpetPro.com Carpet Professor

5 Keys to Your Carpet Buying Success!

Carpet Professor

5 Keys to Your Carpet Buying Success

Choosing new carpet is more complicated and confusing than ever before. Here are 5 important things every homeowner needs to know.
1. Accurate Carpet Measuring Saves You Money!

Making sure you obtain correct measurements for your carpet project is very important. If your measurements are wrong, you will either pay too much or not have enough material to finish the job.

Inexperienced carpet salespeople tend to over-measure because they fear not ordering enough carpet to complete the job. Sneaky salespeople can intentionally over-measure your needs to increase their profit.

Homeowners who lack measuring experience tend to under-measure because they don’t know how to factor in the extra material needed for seaming, trimming and pattern matches. It takes years to become proficient at measuring for carpet so having your measurements verified would be wise.

Seasoned carpet salespeople know how to save you the most money by strategically using leftover material from one area to fill in areas in other areas. This can significantly reduce the amount of carpet you need to order and will also lower your cost for padding and installation too.

Here are some tricks and tips to getting your home measured right. You can also learn how to measure your home for carpet yourself! How to Measure for Carpet in 4 Simple Steps

2. Product Knowledge Gives You Power to Choose Wisely.

Selecting the wrong carpet fiber is worst mistake you can make! Learn the truth about carpet fibers and carpet styles. Learn more about Carpet Fibers.

Choosing the correct padding is very important too. The more you know the better choices you will make. Learn more about Types of Carpet Padding.

Beware of misleading or incomplete carpet buying information obtained from websites that sell carpet or make a commission from the sale. These sites may not tell you everything you need to know, especially when their main goal is to convince you to buy from them or their affiliates.

3. Wise Shoppers Get Several Free “In-Home” Estimates. 

Getting several estimates is just plain smart. It helps you narrow down your final choices and gives you the chance to compare estimates from local retailers side by side. You will come away knowing you made the best choice possible.

It’s not easy to compare carpets when they change the style and color names. That’s why its important to consider the specifications of each carpet to make sure you are comparing carpets of a similar type, grade or quality.

For example, you can’t compare carpet made of Nylon, with carpet made of Polyester. Print several copies of my free Carpet Shopping Form. It’s designed to help you compare similar carpets so you can make wise and informed choices. Learn more What Grade of Carpet Should I Select?

4. Installing Carpet Correctly Increases Long-Term Performance

Carpet installed improperly can develop wrinkles and can cut its life-expectancy in half.

Finding a qualified carpet installer can be challenging. Finding a carpet installer advertising on Craigslist or in your local Thrifty Nickel is one way to go, but rarely the best way to locate an experienced installer.

The best installers prefer to work for well established locally-owned carpet stores.

5. Proper Carpet Care and Maintenance Ensures Longevity

Take proper care of your carpet and it will serve you well for years to come. There’s a lot more to caring for a carpet then vacuuming. And if you don’t clean your carpets correctly you could easily ruin them.

You also need to know how to keep your carpet warranty in force. Too many homeowners unknowingly void their warranty by following the carpet manufacturers care and maintenance  guidelines. Read your warranty carefully.

Here I reveal the truth about proper carpet care, important warranty facts, and what you need to know about carpet cleaning! How often should I have my carpets cleaned?

 

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Carpet Professor’s Preferred Carpet Dealers

It’s hard to find a reputable carpet store these days! That’s why I have created my own special hand-picked list of carpet stores who are locally owned, give free estimates, offer fair prices, have knowledgeable staff, provide honest measuring and hire qualified installers. Homeowners want to know… Are there any reputable Carpet Stores Near Me?

Carpet Professor