As you begin the process of shopping for flooring here are a few questions to think about and answer.
How big are the rooms?
To figure the square footage just multiply the length times the width. Example: 12 feet times 20 feet equals 240 square feet. Don’t worry about the nooks and crannies for now.
Better yet, House of Carpets will come and measure for you, at no charge.
What is the area used for?
Certain flooring materials work best in particular areas of the home.
House of Carpets will discuss the different properties of various flooring options in our showroom or your home.
How important is appearance?
Your home is a reflection of your personal taste and style. We can help you achieve your goals and create the showplace you desire within your home.
House of Carpets has a wide variety of samples for you to view in hour home at no charge.
How much use will this area get? How much maintenance will it require?
Do you have children, pets, frequent guests? We can help you navigate through the all the options of carpet, wood, laminate and tile and discuss the properties of these products and which ones will work best in your space.
House of Carpets will provide all the information you need to make the perfect flooring choice.
Do I want to add value to my home?
You can look at the purchase of new flooring as an investment as opposed to an expense. Not only will new flooring beautify your space, but if you sell your home in the future, potential buyers will recognize the value that was added to your home by the quality of the brands you chose for your flooring.
House of Carpets has access to a beautiful array of styles including those that higher end boutiques use, at our lower prices.
What is my budget?
We know that value is a combination of quality and price. Our consultants are dedicated to helping you choose the right flooring for your needs and budget.
At House of Carpets our motto is “Customer First”.
We are dedicated to providing you with excellent service so you will return to us in the future for all your flooring needs.