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5 Easy Remodels for the Interior of Your Home

Posted by Jay On December 31st

Are you ready to start the new year with an easy remodel?

Not sure where to start?

Perhaps your kitchen or bathroom?

5 Easy Remodels for the Interior of Your Home

Each year do you think that this is the year you will start the remodel of at least one of the rooms in your house? Does the year pass and you still haven’t started? Need help to determine exactly what you would like to improve and how?

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Are you satisfied with the way your carpeting looks?

Have you cleaned it lately?

Do you have stains that don’t come out?

SmartStrand
Every day more and more dirt and stains settle into your carpeting. The same carpeting your children or grandchildren play on, your family sits on, your animals curl up on, and you enjoy under your feet. Cleaning it doesn’t always leave you with the results you want.

Have you considered replacing your carpeting? Are you wondering if there is a carpeting available that performs better? A carpet that has stain protection, durability, luxurious softness, yet is easy to maintain?
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Are you working with a flooring company that makes it a priority to make sure you are completely informed about the flooring process?

Flooring Process

This is the eighth installment of
9 Things You Should Be Aware Of Before Purchasing New Flooring.
Downloaded this free eBook at www.carpet conceptsfl.com.

Has your flooring rep taken the time to explain to you each and every step of the process, from your flooring selection all the way through to the flooring installation?  

Once you have made a decision on your flooring material, your sales representative should review the entire flooring process with you. You should feel comfortable with each step.

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You are probably wondering how a 10lb carpet pad could really be better than an 8lb pad.

carpet pad

Lately, quite a few people have come into my store asking me about the 10lb carpet pad. Many of them have visited the big box stores. Upgrading customers to the 10lb pad at the big box stores means a big profit for the store. Personally, because of the price they were charging, I didn’t think it was worth it.

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Are you working with a nylon or polyester carpet fiber? How well it is holding up against dirt, wear, and texture retention? Has it faded? Is it environmentally smart?

Carpet Fiber

When your carpet shows signs of wear and tear, it’s hard to know exactly what is covered under your carpet warranty. Is your carpet wear and tear excessive or normal? Is it covered or considered an exclusion? When it’s time to replace your current carpet, how do you know what carpet fiber to choose?

Carpet Warranties

At Carpet Concepts, we have always been skeptical of warranties. Every manufacturer claims…
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Carpet Sales

This is the eleventh installment of 12 Things to Know About Buying Carpet which can also be downloaded as a free eBook.

You’ve probably seen or heard advertisements that sound too good to be true. Carpet sales that are “extreme” – such as 80% off, or similar, are smoke and mirror tricks designed to confuse customers and drum up business in an unethical way.

There are some legitimate reasons for carpets to sell at a discount. The flooring retailer may have been able to get a bulk deal on a certain brand and make of carpet, and they can pass some of those savings on to the consumer. There might be excess inventory or a customer who reneged on a deal. Likewise, there can be discontinued types or brands of carpet that will sell for less than their original price.

How do you know if a deal is too good to be true?

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Shopping for Carpet

This is the tenth installment of 12 Things to Know About Buying Carpet which can also be downloaded as a free eBook.

If you’ve been shopping for carpet for awhile, you might have already noticed that it is often difficult to compare apples to apples. There are so many different brands, that customers who want to shop products for the lowest price have a hard time figuring out the real deal.

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