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Any type of carpet can be used in any room, but different types of carpet are more popular in certain rooms. For example, Berber carpet, with its distinctive loop pattern, works well in basements, hallways and stairs. Textured carpet is typically used in bedrooms, family rooms and dens, but can also be used in offices, basements and hallways. Pattern carpet is popular in offices, hallways, stairs, family rooms and bedrooms. Nylon carpet or low pile carpet also work well in high-traffic areas. Low pile carpet is often easier to clean and for that reason is also considered the best carpet for pets.




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Carpet tiles, also known carpet squares and modular carpet, can be an alternative to traditional carpet by the roll. Carpet tiles can be easier to install and maintain than rolled carpet, offer versatile design options and can be highly stain resistant. Carpet tiles have more visible seams compared to carpet rolls, can be more expensive and be unsuitable for areas prone to mold or mildew. We also carry commercial carpet tiles. Whatever you choose, carpet padding is an important step in the installation and maintenance of the carpet in any room.


We have lots of how-to guides for those who want to tackle their carpet projects themselves. Check out our Types of Carpet guide and our guides on How to Remove Carpet, How to Clean Carpet and How to Measure for Carpet.


It's smart to replace your carpet out of necessity or a style upgrade, but it's a difficult DIY project. Make it easier by contacting our pros for your next carpet installation. We'll measure and install your choice of carpet so well, you'll think it came with the house. Find out more with our carpet installation cost guide.


I only recommend buying carpet from honest locally-owned carpet stores. They are the most helpful, have the best customer service and many carpet stores are willing to negotiate if you approach it right.


I avoid corporately-owned, big box and national chain stores. Many advertise heavily on TV trying to lure in unsuspecting consumers with unbelievable discounts on carpet, flooring and free installation.


Their independently contracted salesperson will be highly motivated to close the sale in just one visit to your home. Trust me, this is not how you want to buy new carpet. No one likes being pressured into buying right now without doing some comparison shopping. So please do yourself a favor and bypass your urge to make that call.


You want to buy new carpet when the carpet store is NOT busy. You want to buy new carpet during their SLOW times. You want to buy carpet when their installers are not getting enough work to pay their bills. This is when the carpet store owner will be most willing to negotiate with you. These are the times when you stand to negotiate your best carpet deal.


I suggest shopping early in September and plan to have your new carpet installed by October 15th because once people start thinking about the holidays people will be lined up to have new carpet before their holiday guests arrive.


Some people have a knack for sniffing out a good deal, and you can too with a few tips. It can cost thousands of dollars to carpet a house, so if you know what to look for, you can save money on this renovation project. Keep in mind that the average cost to carpet two bedrooms runs around $5,600 to $9,600. To re-carpet three bedrooms, it costs around $10,500 to $18,000, and carpeting four bedrooms can run from $14,000 to $24,000.


The type of fiber you choose for your carpet will determine how much you end up spending on the project. Wool tops the list at $10 per square foot, Triexta typically runs $4 per square foot while nylon checks in at $2.50 a square foot, polyester is $2 per square foot and Olefin is the cheapest carpet option at $1.50 per square foot.


Berber-style carpet typically costs less than other styles but remains a strong option for carpet durability. Berber carpets do not get the tips of the loops sheared off, which makes it cheaper. Since the loop remains, it makes the carpet stronger.


Frieze carpet has longer fibers and a higher twist level to make it one of the more durable carpet styles. Since the fibers are longer, the side of the fiber takes on most of the use versus just the top of the carpet fiber.


Cut and loop style carpet runs more expensive than other styles because it combines looped fabric and cut fiber. The style allows for different design options but since it has cut fiber, it becomes less durable. The longer cut fibers tend to bend or untwist, leading it to cover the looped fabric.


Installing new carpet has an average cost of $1,250 for 140 square feet with nylon carpet. At the low end, that number drops to $650 but at the high end it can go up to nearly $2,000. Most often, the difference in prices comes from the carpet material. The cost to replace carpet can range from $3.50 to $11 per square foot.


Finding enough carpet tiles to completely cover a room can be tough, but you can also save a lot of money if you can pull it off. Carpet tiles usually cost $1 to $2 per square foot, which puts it near the bottom of cheap carpet options. Plus, some might not need a carpet pad underneath. Carpet pads typically run between $0.30 to $0.60 per square foot, so those savings can add up.


A trusted, local retailer might help you find a good deal on carpet but they might not match the lower prices of bigger retailers. Do some due diligence, pay attention to sales and also keep in mind that larger retailers will tack on delivery fees and other costs. Be sure to check the quality of the carpet by pressing a finger into it. Pay attention to how quickly it springs back. The quicker the carpet returns to form is a good indicator of its resiliency.


Like with most home improvement projects, installing new carpet has a peak season that can be advantageous for buyers. But homeowners can also find carpet deals during the offseason, too. Retailers tend to advertise sales in late spring and early winter.


Carpet retailers and installers see an uptick at those times because people prepare for hosting during the holidays or put their recent tax refund toward the project. Buying carpet outside those times could result in a deal and likely more flexibility for carpet installers. Advertisement THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT AND NOT EDITORIAL CONTENT. Please note that we do receive compensation for any products you buy or sign up to via this advertisement, and that compensation impacts the ranking and placement of any offers listed herein. We do not present information about every offer available. The information and savings numbers depicted above are for demonstration purposes only, and your results may vary. Compare Quotes From Top-rated Local Flooring Contractors


The best way to find a carpet installer nearby is to ask a carpet retailer for a referral. Most retailers have established relationships with carpet installers and can help you find the best carpet installer. Sometimes those carpet retailers can find you savings with carpet installers they have worked with in the past.


Are you lucky enough to be getting new carpet for you home? Carpet can be expensive, but it doesn't have to break the bank. Check out these tips to get the most for your money while still purchasing a nice, good quality product. Based on my family's recent experience, here are some quick tips on how to save money on carpet.


We put off buying new carpet as long as possible, but eventually it just had to be done. The builder's grade carpet in our home was so thin you could almost see through the weave, and the pad felt like hardwood floor. Not to mention eight years of wear and desert dirt. It was disgusting and needed to go.


Find out if there is a carpet wholesaler in your area. Can you skip the middle man? This might not be possible in all areas, but you might just get lucky. Check with any carpet installer, or contractor friends to see if they have connections. Do you know anyone who might lay your carpet as a side job to their regular job -- instead of going through their more expensive company? It never hurts to ask!


We read all about carpet, and we were convinced that we needed nylon carpet. (It lasts the longest, and it's also the most expensive.) But, guess what? We don't plan to stay in our home for more than ten years, so why would we need to spend extra money on longer-lasting carpet? We'd essentially be investing in someone else's carpet.


Once we factored how long we planned to stay in our home into our decision, we were able to save $1000 when we downgraded to polyester carpet (which is still a very nice carpet and will last a long time).


Don't be fooled into buying what you don't need. We were initially convinced that we needed the softest, most expensive memory foam pad in our bedroom and other favorite parts of our home. After talking with the whole-saler and the owners of the mom-and-pop smaller carpet stores, we learned that those super soft pads aren't necessarily the best. A soft carpet plus a soft pad is super cushy for a little while, but the pad wears quickly, and your expensive investment doesn't last. A firmer, but still thick pad is nice under a really soft carpet. (Ask lots of different people before you decide what works best with your carpet. Don't take the word of a salesman on commission!)


Do all of the prep work yourself. Many carpet installers will move furniture for you, but it will cost you. This is something you can definitely do yourself. If the large pieces of furniture are too heavy for you to move, purchase or borrow furniture sliders. You simply slip them under the corners of your furniture, and then you can easily slide the large pieces around the house. (They're awesome!) 041b061a72


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