We understand that buying carpet and getting it installed in your house can be an overwhelming and sometimes stressful task. To help you through your carpet buying experience, we’ve put together a list of common carpet terminology and their definitions.
Whether the housing market is hot or cold, maximizing the value of your home with key improvements is a fantastic way to get the most lucrative sale. There are three things you can do that will create maximum value at the least cost.
Did you know that the average lifespan of carpet is 10-15 years? Just think about how much has happened in the last 10 years of your home. How many people have been in and out of your house – parties you’ve hosted – puppies you’ve trained – kids who’ve spilled who knows what? Your carpet has been through a lot. It might be time to update your carpet.
Are you interested in buying new carpet, but have no idea how much it should cost? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. A lot of retailers make buying new carpeting quite confusing. Typically, new carpet requires the following steps:
Well it’s official...your current carpet just has to go. It’s been there for quite a while or isn't the look and quality you desire. So, what comes next? How do you get exactly what you want within your budget?
For your carpeting to feel good underfoot and withstand lots of traffic without wearing out, it needs a special layer of protection: Carpet pad. Read on to learn exactly what carpet pad is and why they all are not created equally.