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How to Choose the Right Carpet
Why is Choosing New Carpet and Flooring so Confusing?
There are so many key factors involved in selecting new Carpet and Flooring. What are your goals? How much do you have to spend on your project? What is the level of foot-traffic you have in in your home? These and other key questions must be answered before you can make wise and informed carpet, tile, hardwood or other flooring choices.
Looking to Buy New Carpet Soon?
First, I suggest you take my Free Carpet Foot-Traffic Test to help learn what grade of carpet you need to buy and then discover how much you should spend on new carpet based on your answers to a few key questions like: How long do you want your new carpet to last? How many people live in your home, and how much do you have to spend on this project?
1. What Grade of Carpet Should I Buy?
2. How Much Does Carpet Cost?
3. How Long Does Carpet Last?
4. How Much Carpet do I Need?
5. Where Should I Buy Carpet?
6. To sum it all up consider all these factors:
Take a good hard look at your level of foot traffic to help determine the grade of carpet you need to buy and match it up with the current prices for that grade of carpet and consider the number of years you expect it to last. Basic Carpet Cost Guideline
When you take all this information into consideration, then you take a good hard look at the reality of your lifestyle, needs, goals and budget to come up with a good estimate as to what it will cost you to buy the right grade of carpet.
You might need to adjust a few things a little bit to make it all work. Most people are shocked at how much a good quality carpet will cost. This means you might have to sacrifice longevity to keep the carpet within your budget, or you may have to do half of the house now and do the other half after you save a little more money.
The absolute worst thing you can do is to choose a carpet that cannot meet your needs and goals.
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