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Carpet, Flooring, and More

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Have you been researching new flooring?

Are you getting ready to make a flooring purchase?

Will you be working with a local flooring company?


Beware and make sure you have done your homework before you purchase your flooring!

We have all heard the horror stories of how a flooring purchase can go wrong – or how the flooring installation was not acceptable. Carpet that has wrinkles, tile that doesn’t match, wood or laminate that buckles are all possibilities when you are not working with flooring professionals.

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Is it Time for an Easy Remodel?

Posted by Jay On August 5th

Are you ready to get started on an easy remodel?5 Easy Remodels for the Interior of Your Home

Did you read our eBook or stop by our showroom for some great ideas?

Have you narrowed it down to which easy remodel you would like to start with?

When you walk into your home, do you find it has lost in “WOW” factor? How long has it been since you have updated any of your rooms? Too long?

Now is the time to work with the professionals at Carpet Concept and make your ideas a reality. A remodel not only makes you home look good, but it is the perfect opportunity to personalize your space while increasing the value of your home.

Our eBook, 5 Easy Remodels for the Interior of Your Home, found in our online library, reviews five easy remodel ideas you can start with.

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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?

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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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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You’ve finally made it! In with the new carpet and out with the old carpet!
Old Carpet

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

You’ve successfully researched and comparison shopped multiple types of carpet. You’ve figured out what color, material and padding best fit your needs. You’re ready with a stain-resistant brand and are excited to have it professionally installed in your home.

Now – what happens to your old carpet?

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Carpet Installation

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

What are some of the most memorable days in your life? The day you got married? The day your first child was born? The day your new carpet was installed?

Okay, getting your new carpet installed might not be one of the biggest days in your life, but it is a very important part of your carpet purchase.

Regardless of the type and quality of the carpet you’ve chosen, a good carpet installation job is critical. By using a reputable flooring provider, you can avoid some of the headaches associated with poor installations. Yes, it can be slightly more expensive than hiring your own installer, but it doesn’t leave you vulnerable. When your retailer guarantees the installation, you have an instant resource to tap if there are problems.

What kinds of problems might be expected when using an inexperienced installer?

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