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.

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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
Map  Website

Bellevue,
Bothell

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

Country Homes

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

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
Map   Website

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
Map  Website

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
Map   Website

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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Choosing the Right Carpet Pad

Carpet Padding TypesAre You Choosing the Right Carpet Pad? You must choose the correct Carpet Padding if you want your new Carpet to last as long as possible. Choosing the wrong Carpet Padding could cut the intended lifespan of your new carpet in half, not to mention voiding your new carpet warranty. 

Here’s what homeowners need to know about choosing the correct type of pad, selecting the proper thickness and density rating to match your new Carpet selection.

Carpet Padding Basics Explained

Select your new Carpet, then select the padding that will match the grade of carpet you have chosen and  the needs and goals you have set forth.

What does that mean? You don’t want your pad to wear out faster than your carpet.

There are many different types of padding available today in order to accommodate all the various carpet grades, types and styles.

In the next few pages, I will discuss the various types of pad that you will encounter when shopping for new carpeting for your home.

But first you need to know a few things about what makes one padding better than another.

Padding quality and suitability is always determined by three main factors.

1. Type of Material
2. Density / Weight
3. Thickness

The Carpet Manufacturer decides what padding is required for every carpet they make.

A certain type, thickness and density of padding is specified by the carpet manufacturer.

When choosing the right carpet pad, it must be capable of properly supporting your new carpet in order to maintain the new carpet warranty.

You can call the carpet manufacturer to find out what padding specifications are required for the carpet you select.

It is your responsibility to make sure  the right carpet padding is selected. Don’t assume the carpet salesperson knows what pad is required for your application.

Carpet Padding Thickness Explained

For most residential plush style carpets, a 7/16″ padding thickness is most common. Berber styles require a thinner padding. Usually 1/4″ to 3/8″.

Don’t make the mistake of thinking that a thicker pad is a better pad.

If you chose a padding that is too thick it can cause wrinkles to develop in your new carpet more quickly. If so, then you will void your new carpet warranty.

For most homes, 7/16″ is the thickest padding you should select to keep your new carpet warranty in force.

That said, 1/2″ thick padding is still a common choice and widely available from most carpet retailers. Read the manufacturers warranty or call the mill to verify what pad you should select.

Here is my List of Carpet Manufacturer Websites and Phone Numbers.

A Thicker Pad Feels Softer Underfoot

I don’t recommend installing a thicker padding unless you understand the possible consequences. Using a thicker pad will increase the chance of developing wrinkles over time and will instantly void your new carpet warranty.

Some folks choose a thicker pad for their bedrooms to make the carpet feel softer underfoot. Many choose a 9/16″, 5/8″, 3/4″  or even a 1″ thick pad.

However, thicker pad is getting harder to find these days. Instead, you can opt to have your carpet installer glue together two layers of pad to obtain the same result.

Your tackless strips may need to be doubled up to adjust for the increased height. That will add some additional labor cost.

Using a thicker padding can be an enjoyable addition to your bedroom.

While you may get away with using a thicker pad in bedrooms with very low foot traffic, using a thicker pad in other areas like stairs, hallways,  living rooms and family rooms would not be a good idea.

In areas with higher foot traffic, using a thicker padding would cause your new carpet to quickly develop ripples, waves and wrinkles.

It will cost you more to use a thicker pad
  • Extra Padding Cost
  • Additional Installation Charges.

Low-Profile Padding with Higher Density Rating Increases Carpet Durability.

Looped Berber carpet styles and commercial grade carpets tend to be more prone to wrinkling and therefore require a special low-profile, high density  padding. Usually a maximum of 1/4″ to 3/8″ thickness, and a density rating of 10 to 12 pounds.

If in doubt, you can always call the carpet manufacturer to get the correct padding requirements needed to keep from voiding your new carpet warranty.

Padding Density Explained

Padding quality is also determined by its Density Rating. Some pads have a low density rating of 3 to 4 pounds and is typically used in apartments and rental properties because it is less expensive and landlords know it will need to be replaced more frequently.

Padding for residential applications usually have a density rating of 6 to 8 pounds, but 10-pound density is also available and gaining in popularity.

Some folks prefer the 6-pound density padding because it is slightly softer underfoot. However, an 8-pound padding provides better support for your carpet.

A higher density rating generally make a carpet more resistant to wear and tear and abrasion. This is especially true in high traffic areas like stairs and hallways. I recommend using the 8-pound density for most residential applications.

Some padding types are rated in ounces instead of pounds.

Pads made of foam are rated in pounds. The most common foam padding density for residential homes is 6-pound density. An 8-pound pad is heavier and therefore more dense. More and more carpet makers are requiring 8-pound pads as a warranty requirement because it provides better support.

Prime Urethane Foam Pad

Wool, Felt, Synthetic Fiber and Rubber Pads are weighed in ounces. For example, a pad of 128-ounce weight is the equivalent of an 8-pound pad. A 192-ounce pad is equal to 12-pound density.

What Homeowners Need To Know About Choosing the Right Carpet Pad

  • The higher the density rating, the more costly the padding will be.
  • Do not rely on the carpet salesperson to choose the correct pad for you, it is your responsibility to make sure the correct pad is selected and installed.
  • If the wrong type, thickness or density is selected, your carpet may develop wrinkles over time and your new carpet warranty may be voided.
  • If unsure, call the carpet manufacturer to see what Padding Specifications are required for the carpet you have selected.
  • Take my free Carpet Foot-Traffic Test to help determine the grade of carpet you need to install in your home.

More about Carpet Padding:

Types of Carpet Padding

Specialized Carpet Pads

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How to Find a Qualified Carpet Installer

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The Best Carpet Installers rarely need to advertise to find work because of their great reputation.

Top-notch carpet installers can be difficult to find. Getting your carpet installed quickly may be next to impossible as the best installers are booked up weeks in advance.

For this reason, you would be wise to start your search for a qualified carpet installer before you order new carpet.

The best way to find a good carpet installer is by word of mouth.

Carpet retailers are often reluctant to give carpet installer recommendations to you because they would prefer to keep their best in-house installers to themselves.

You can call around to see if any carpet store has suggestions for you, but you still need to be cautious. Make sure any installer you hire is experienced with your type of carpet installation.

Check references and verify required licensing with the state. How to Verify a Contractor’s License

You can also call local carpet installation supply companies to get a recommendation for a good installer.

These companies provide all the products that carpet installers need including tools, seam tape, tackless strips, transition metals and adhesives.

The people working in the warehouse know which installers are active and use quality supplies. Often they have a cork board on the wall where installers can place their business cards.

A Google search for Carpet Sundries will show businesses that you might call to ask about a carpet installer recommendation.

You could visit one of these businesses early in the morning, before 8 am and speak with installers who are picking up supplies for their day. Here in Portland Oregon, I got my supplies from T & A Supply.

Most carpet retailers provide installation as part of a package deal.

Local carpet retailers have their own carpet installation crews. When buy new carpet and padding from them, installation is automatically included in the deal.

Installation is a part of the package deal. You have no say as to who is installing your carpet or know anything about their level of experience. A reputable carpet retailer uses qualified installers.

The benefit for you is that the retailer stands behind the installation and if you ever have a problem, they will answer the call and make sure all your concerns are addressed.

Carpet Installation Warranties

Many carpet stores offer a installation warranty of more than one year. Some even offer a lifetime carpet installation warranty.

The typical carpet installation warranty provided by independent carpet installers is one year.

If you hire an independent carpet installer and have an installation problem you would have to contact the installer directly.

In most cases this is not a problem and the installer will come back and fix any concerns you may have.

If you do have a installation concern, act fast… before the installation warranty expires.

“If installed wrong, your new carpet could lose more than half of its intended lifespan!”

Finding and hiring a qualified carpet installer can be challenging.

The best carpet installers charge a little more and are often very busy, but is well worth the wait if you need to get top-notch installation!

Some carpet installation jobs are more difficult than others and require that you hire a well experienced installer.

For example, installing expensive carpet in a custom home requires much more expertise than does installing apartment-grade carpet in a rental unit.

Not all experience is good experience

Of course everyone wants their carpet installed correctly, and hiring an installer with minimum of 5 years experience is where I would draw the line with a simple installation job.

So, if you buy a more expensive carpet or your carpet job is quite large, more difficult or tricky, than you should find a carpet installer with more years of experience.

I personally believe that it takes at least 10 years before any flooring installer can truly begin to master their trade, and that’s only if they have the desire to become the best of the best.

Should I Hire an Untrained installer?

You don’t have to go to school to be considered a trained installer. I was mentored by several master craftsmen who took the time to teach me the tricks of the trade.

Unfortunately, many carpet installers NEVER become anything more than a poor-quality installer because they either lack training, or don’t have the ambition to become a master of their trade.

Some installers prefer to install low-quality materials and make just enough money to get by. They prefer to work “under the table” and ask to be paid in cash. They may offer you a discount if you do.

These are not the type of installers you want to hire because you cannot depend on them to do a good job or show up on time. That’s why everyone refers to them as fly-by-night installers.

Bear in mind, if you pay in cash and don’t get a written receipt with their name and contractors license information, then you will have no recourse if something goes wrong.

You will not have any recourse when they leave town, disappear and cannot be contacted if and when you have an installation problem.

If you have a problem with your installation it may be hard to get them to come back to fix the problem.

Incompetent carpet installers usually are easy to spot. Here are some of the tell-tale signs of a less-experienced carpet installer.

  1. Advertise on Craigslist or the local Thrifty Nickel Newspaper, 
  2. They typically have an older pickup truck or van with stuff piled up on the dashboard, 
  3. Have a wife or girlfriend that does the driving,
  4. They wear tattered and mis-matched clothing,
  5. Wreak of stale beer and cigarettes. 

How to Verify a Contractor’s License

What type of experience does this Carpet Installer have?

Some carpet installers can charge more because they are more experienced in doing custom homes and commercial work. Some charge less because they are used to doing rentals or property management work. (apartments and rental homes).

You need to determine what level of expertise your job requires and then hire an installer according to their level of expertise.

If you are just carpeting one or two rooms with an inexpensive carpet, you don’t need to hire the best and most expensive carpet installer in town.

Carpeting your whole house with expensive carpet with a challenging layout would demand hiring the absolute best carpet installer you can find.

Learn more about Carpet Installation Cost

4 Levels of Carpet Installer Experience:

  1. Property Management Carpet Installer  

Carpet installers with this type of experience is obtained from installing low to medium grades of carpet in unoccupied apartments or rental properties.

  • They have limited experience with installing carpet on stairs, and limited experience with difficult or tricky installations.
  • Use lower quality installation products (glues, seam tape, tack-less strips, transition metals) in order to save money. 
  • They charge less per yard because the job is less demanding and they are able to install more yards in a day.

Installers who do apartment or property management work are generally paid the least amount per yard of all installers.

Many young people have become carpet installers as a result of being hired as a carpet layers helper. Few are formally trained or have completed an apprentice program.

This is not to say that you should not hire them, but you need to be aware that many may lack the experience to perform all types of carpet installations.

  1. New Home Construction Carpet Installer   

Installers with the bulk of their trade experience from new home construction will have increased knowledge of installing different types of stairs. (carpet can be very difficult to install on some types of stairs)

  • They will have more experience working with various styles, types and grades of carpet as well. 
  • Have to satisfy the builder and the new homeowners with their performance, which makes them pay closer attention to detail.

Builders usually pay less than the standard rate for this type of installer but there is usually a greater volume of work available to the installer.

  1. Residential Remodel Carpet Installer
    These installers are well seasoned and are paid quite well. You can count on them to do a great job for residential remodeling applications. They command higher than normal fees and are booked weeks in advance. They
  • Always show up on time, have a newer vehicle and are neatly dressed.
  • Look professional and they have good answers to all your carpet questions and concerns.
  • Regularly install carpet and flooring in upscale homes and condos and may even do commercial work.
  • Are licensed, bonded and insured.

Be prepared to pay above the going rate for this type of carpet installer in your area, but also expect the job to be done right the first time.

  1. High-End Custom Homes Carpet Installer

Carpet Installers who are more experienced are paid the highest fees.

  • Usually booked months in advance with custom home builders and million dollar realtors, and may not be willing to take on smaller projects.
  • They can be quite picky about the jobs they accept. Their installation fees can be quite high, but you can expect installation perfection! 
  • Have been licensed, bonded and insured for a long time, and carry a Worker’s Compensation Policy for their employees.

If you are able to schedule them, you will receive first-class carpet installation and excellent  customer service. You may have to wait several weeks before they are available to install your new carpet.

Think their prices are high? Wait till you see the price of hiring a lousy carpet installer!

Learn more about free or low-cost Whole-House Carpet Installation Advertised Specials from Home Depot or Lowe’s.

Next up: Carpet Installation Cost

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How To Buy New Carpet at Wholesale Prices

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Want To Buy New Carpet at Wholesale Prices?

Learn Secrets to Buying New Carpet at Wholesale Prices, How to Choose, Where to Buy and What You Need to Avoid!

Carpet Warehouse

Here are the pros and cons you may encounter when you are looking to buy new Carpet at wholesale prices (or less) from various sources including online and warehouse carpet resellers.

Carpet resellers are mostly located in, around or near Dalton, Georgia, the Carpet Capital of the World!

It’s really true that anyone can buy new carpet at near-wholesale prices and get up to 70% off New Carpet and flooring.

The trick is knowing how to do it without making costly mistakes.

Choosing new carpet may sound easy and risk-free when you visit their websites or call them on the phone.

But there are many dangers, risks, hazards and pitfalls that you need to know about, long before you consider embarking upon this potential money-saving carpet- buying opportunity.

“If you don’t do your Carpet homework, you may end up very unhappy with your purchase and waste a lot of time & money.”

If you really want to save up to 70% off new carpet and are willing to invest the time and energy it requires to learn the tricks of the trade, then I can set you on your path to success.

But remember, buying carpet from a wholesale carpet outlet requires that you take the time to do your carpet homework!

Otherwise you will not save any time or any money! In fact, if you do it wrong it could cost you thousands.

As an expert in the field, I can teach you almost everything you need to know to avoid making common carpet buying mistakes and pitfalls.

You need to learn how to select the right carpet that can meet your needs, goals and lifestyle.

I can also reveal valuable tips, tricks and tidbits to negotiating your best carpet deal.

These carpet resellers are called by many different names but they all offer rolls of new carpet at deeply discounted prices.

Your job is to make sure you by the right carpet at the right price and have it installed properly.

I can help you achieve that goal. These are the main three types of carpet re-sellers.

  • Georgia Carpet and Flooring Wholesalers,
  • Online Flooring Discount Outlet Stores,
  • Dalton Discount Carpet and Flooring Warehouses
How To Buy New Carpet at Wholesale Prices?

There are plenty of honest and reputable carpet wholesalers and just as many not-so-good carpet wholesalers.

But even if you buy from an honest and reputable wholesaler, you still need to know how to do it right.

Carpet wholesalers are not in the business to educate you, and they won’t tell you everything you need to know.

They are in the business to sell carpet, and they sell thousands of rolls of carpet every month.

These carpet resellers really do move a ton of product daily and they are too busy to hold your hand every step of the way.

If you are not well informed, you stand to lose thousands if you do not make wise and informed carpet choices.

You must be aware of the following:
  1. Know how to choose the right carpet for your needs, goals, lifestyle and budget.
  2. Be able to determine the level of Carpet Foot Traffic in your home. Low, medium, moderate or heavy?
  3. Know exactly what type, grade and style of carpet you are buying, (including quality, full specifications, durability, warranty, fiber brand, fiber type, stain resistance, etc)
  4. Know the complete, exact and full terms of the purchase contract, including return policies, shipping costs, your responsibilities and warranty provisions.
  5. Avoid verbal promises. Every little detail must be written into the contract.
  6. Know your consumer rights, restrictions and responsibilities.
  7. Understand how the wholesale carpet business operates.
  8. Understand their carpet delivery and return policies. Shipping, Restocking fees and added charges.
  9. Understand the carpet installation process, the cost and independent contracting process.
  10. What you must do to prepare in advance, should you ever have a warranty claim. (if there is any warranty coverage at all)
The key to savings is to be well-informed

Let me explain the potential benefits and common pitfalls that you might encounter when you buying carpet online from a Dalton Georgia Carpet outlet store.

You have a lot to gain, and you have a lot to lose. Product knowledge is power and I can help you be a winner.

Buying Carpet Wholesale

Ever see those annoying pop-ups, banner and display ads that are shouting “Buy Carpet Wholesale!” these type of ads are very common on carpet websites these days.

“Is it really true that you can buy new carpet at wholesale prices? The answer is yes, sort of. Well, maybe. It’s quite possible, let me explain…”

The truth is, buying carpet from an Online Source can be hazardous to your pocketbook if you don’t know what you are doing.

On the other hand, you stand to save a ton of money if you take the time to learn how to buy carpet wholesale “wisely”.

You need to understand how the carpet business works before you can make it work in your favor.

CARPET WAREHOUSEBuying Carpet Wholesale is NOT for Everyone

You need to be able to spend a lot of time talking to salespeople, investigating and researching, comparing prices and products.

Then there’s interviewing independent carpet installers and preparing your home for the final event of having your carpet installed.

It truly is a major event that requires making lots of phone calls, sending and receiving emails, ordering samples and keeping track of all the details.

Buying from a carpet wholesaler can be mind-boggling and it’s too much work for some people, and I don’t want you to think it will be a quick and easy task.

It takes time to work out all the small details, it could take weeks before you get the whole job done.

Don’t try to get everything done too fast or you could end up unhappy with the end results.

You don’t want to miss or overlook any small but important details. You surely do not want to find out after its too late. But you do want to save a ton of money, so take your time.

What is Discounted or Second-Grade Carpet? 

Giant carpet manufacturers like Mohawk and Shaw make thousands of rolls of carpet every month.

They have strict manufacturing specifications they must adhere to.

If they make a roll of carpet that doesn’t pass their quality control, they will sell it as “seconds” to carpet retailers and wholesale carpet resellers.

What are Carpet Seconds?

Any carpet outlet store or retail carpet dealer can purchase “second grade” rolls of carpet at a significant discount from the carpet manufacturer.

These rolls of carpet all have something wrong with them.

It could be a color streaking problem or the dye was off-color from the original sample.

There could be missing tufts or other surface defects, or the backing could be defective.

You may never know why the manufacturer sold it as second-grade goods.

There could be multiple reasons why a particular roll of carpet will be marked as a second-grade carpet. These rolls are deemed defective for some reason and sold without any warranty from the manufacturer.

Discontinued Carpet Styles

Sometimes Carpet makers will discontinue a certain style or color and sell off all they have in stock to make room for a new style or color.

In this case, there may not be anything physically wrong with the carpet, other than the color, but the discounted price won’t be quite as attractive as those carpets with an obvious manufacturing defect.

The carpet manufacturer will offer these second-grade rolls of carpet to any carpet outlet store or retailer for what they feel it’s worth, and trust me, they know how to place an accurate value on a roll of carpet.

You can save a ton of money if you buy a carpet that has a limited defect, or is just an off color.

Bear in mind, there will be limited quantities of the carpet available.

Once it’s gone, it is gone forever. If you need more of the same carpet in the future, it may not be available.

Consumers cannot buy carpet directly from the carpet manufacturer, they must buy from an authorized store, carpet dealer, local distributor, online retailer or discount reseller.

Carpet Mills Won’t Sell Directly To You

You can’t just call the carpet manufacturer and order carpet directly. You must have a retail location and apply to open a business account.

CARPET WAREHOUSE 2
How to Buy Carpet at a Discount

Competition in the discount carpet business is fierce.  So in order to compete for your business, wholesale carpet outlets advertise heavily in many ways. They also use the internet to attract customers from all over the world.

There are literally hundreds of carpet outlet and reseller stores in the state of Georgia, with huge billboards lined up all the way up and down the interstate highways.

They have detailed websites with photos descriptions of their products, detailed installation information.

They show customer testimonials, give free price quotes and everything else you might need to know about buying carpet or other flooring products from them.

These are fast-paced businesses that sell tons of discounted carpet and flooring materials every month.

Sounds good so far, right? Not so fast!

There are a few ground rules you need to be aware of before you start shopping for discounted carpet.

First, I never recommend buying carpet from any online source that does not have a physical location and a good reputation. This is verifiable through the local Better Business Bureau.

The Media Buzz: Who is getting all the attention?

Some Dalton Georgia carpet sellers are well-known from having national media attention, but that doesn’t mean you should let your guard down.

Second, Don’t believe everything a carpet salesperson tells you. Not all salespeople are honest and not all salespeople are knowledgeable.

No matter what questions you might ask, a salesperson might just tell you what you want to hear.

Just because they work for a carpet retailer doesn’t automatically mean they are qualified to offer you sound advice.

“Sure, we can do that for you, no problem!”

If promises are made, no matter how insignificant, get it in writing before you sign on the dotted line.

Carpet Wholesalers Have Limitations: 

Dalton Carpet Retail Outlet Stores sell products other than Carpet.

This including sheet vinyl, hardwoods, plastic laminate, ceramic tile, luxury vinyl tile (LVT), and area rugs… all at deep discounts.

Many products they offer are second-quality goods, close-outs and roll ends.

They also have unique specials, cabin-grade wood products, promotional goods and ceramic tile closeouts.

Popular today are luxury vinyl tiles, carpet tiles, waterproof vinyl tiles, vinyl tile planks, laminate flooring and many other types of floor coverings you may want to buy, all at a discount.

Check and double check your choices

Regardless of what type of material you buy, you need to be absolutely sure about your choices. There are usually NO RETURNS on any discounted or second grade products or special-offer goods. Period.

However, if you order “First Quality Goods” and are unsatisfied (for any good reason), you can return your carpet or flooring materials.

That is, as long you bought the full roll (more than 30 yards) and the material has been uncut.

Still, there is a substantial re-stocking fee imposed of at least 15% and the customer is usually responsible for all return shipping costs.

If the product is defective, the return shipping costs may be covered by the seller or the manufacturer.

Special orders may be returned with a re-stocking fee of up to 70% and the customer is responsible for all return shipping costs.

This makes it almost impossible for you to win. Yikes!

Return Shipping… Could Cost You Hundreds!

The carpet you ordered is not what you expected. What can go wrong? Everything or anything!

The wrong color, the wrong style, you may order a 45-ounce carpet and a 38-ounce carpet shows up.

It could be an honest mistake or it could be the old bait and switch routine.

If the carpet you ordered is not what you receive then you can send it back right? Not always!

When it comes to Carpet Warranties…

You are considered responsible until your Carpet is proven to be Defective!

Ordering carpet from an online source is tricky!

Mistakes do happen and sometimes the carpet you order has manufacturing defects that are often unforeseen.

If you find that there is a problem with your carpet, then it is your responsibility to prove it, to get it inspected, and finally to get authorization to return it.

Often you may have to pay a shipping company to return the carpet at your expense until the final determination of fault has been settled.

If the carpet discrepancy is found to be in your favor then you may receive a refund.

Who is the person responsible for making this determination? This is where it can get sticky.

This is where their fine print can come back to bite you in the….. Did you read the fine print?

Shipping a roll of carpet back to the vendor can cost you hundreds of dollars.  It can be very difficult and time consuming for you.

Just because you paid $80 to have the carpet shipped to your home does not mean that it will only cost you $80 to ship it back.

These carpet sellers have a special arrangement with their local shipping company, but you don’t.

It could easily cost you hundreds to ship a roll of carpet back to where it came from!

You are also responsible for getting the roll of carpet wrapped up properly and put back on the delivery truck.

The trucking company does not show up with a forklift to move your roll of carpet from your garage floor into the back of their truck.

The truck driver will not lift a finger to help you, as it is not his job. YOU have to do it.

When the shipping truck (carrier) arrives, it is your responsibility to pull the roll of carpet out of your garage (assuming that’s where it is).

Then you have to lift the roll into the back of the delivery truck.

This is not an easy task when most rolls of carpet weigh in at over 500 ponds or more and the rear deck of the delivery truck is over four feet high.

There may be other items already in the back of the truck, and you must be able to work around that too.

Essentially, if you buy it… then you own it.

This is where these carpet resellers have you over a barrel.

They know that once you figure out what a huge amount of physical effort it’s going to be for you to load up the carpet into the delivery truck.

They know how expensive it is to ship the carpet back and also pay their costly restocking fee.

It’s most likely you will decide to forget returning it and live with your defective carpet.

Sell your unwanted roll of carpet.

Put an ad in the local thrifty nickel or on Craigslist. Maybe it will sell on Facebook Marketplace?

This is a very common nightmare that so many unsuspecting consumers go through each and every day. You don’t want this to happen to you!

Buying Carpet at Wholesale Prices… Wisely!

On the other hand, if you are willing to take your time… you really can save a ton of money if you know exactly what you are doing and do your carpet homework.

Let me explain how the entire carpet buying process works when you choose to buy from a Georgia carpet wholesaler.

See My Recommended Flooring Dealers Near You!

Buying New Carpet Locally

The Safer and Easier Way to Buy New Carpet!

If you’ve ever been inside a local retail Carpet showroom no doubt you’ve seen the racks of carpet samples. Some local retailers carry rolls of carpet in-stock.

Rolls of Carpet
Local Carpet Retailer with rolls of in-stock Carpet

Read through my website to learn how to choose the right carpet and then visit one of my preferred carpet dealers.

Take your time. Take a few samples home. Learn what grade of carpet is best for you and find a style and color you like.

It’s always smart to get several free estimates from local reputable carpet retailers.

You will pay a little more buying locally but in the long run you will save time, trouble and avoid headaches!

What to expect when buying locally

Once you place your order with a local retailer, the carpet manufacturer will ship your carpet to the local retailer where you bought it.  It might be shipped to a local carpet receiving business. It usually takes two to four weeks for delivery.

On the day of installation, their installers will load up your new carpet and padding into their truck and bring it to your home to install it.

You need to be ready when the installers arrive.

Print out my free Before You Buy Carpet Checklist to see what you need to do before, during and after you new carpet is installed.

You can usually get the whole job done in about two or three weeks from start to finish.

Your local carpet retailer will take care of all the details, including arranging for installation. So you can sit back and relax until they come out to install your new carpet.

Buying locally is less stressful and less risky too.

Less worries! But you do end up paying a little more for the good service you will enjoy.

When you buy from a Dalton Carpet Warehouse or wholesaler, you can save a lot of money.  It takes a lot more time and effort, and there is certainly a lot more risk involved.

If you have the time to do a lot of research, then buying from a Dalton Georgia Carpet Reseller may be the way to great savings!

The Best and Worst Places To Buy Carpet

AbcCarpetPro.com Carpet Professor

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

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 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.

AbcCarpetPro.com Carpet Professor

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