Where to Buy New Carpet
Carpet Professor’s Recommended Stores Near You
My recommended carpet and Flooring stores listed here by state are open and ready to serve you!
All Carpet retailers listed are locally-owned and have been handpicked and reviewed by me personally, just one store at a time!
They all must pass my own special set of strict rules and requirements before being featured in my Preferred Carpet Dealer Directory.
I Only Recommend the Best Carpet and Flooring Dealers here in America! The Carpet Professor
My Recommended Carpet and Flooring Stores By State
(Select Your State)
My recommended carpet and Flooring stores listed by state are locally-owned and are hand-picked by me personally. They must pass my own special set of strict rules and requirements to be listed in my directory and inclusion is by invitation only.
You only recommend ONE carpet store near me, why don’t you have more stores on your list?
I started building my Preferred Carpet Dealer Directory in 2008. Over the past 13 years, I have found that on average, just 1 out of 10 carpet dealers are able to pass my special requirements for inclusion in my directory. In some areas, I cannot find even one carpet store that meets my standards.
Sure, I could list each and every carpet and flooring retailer on the planet – like all the other online web directories do… But I only want to recommend the real good ones!
- Many Carpet retailers use sneaky sales tactics to try to cheat and deceive you.
- Some use deceptive advertising to lure in unsuspecting homeowners.
- Some retailers recruit strong-arm salespeople who don’t take “NO” for and answer, hoping to “close the sale” before you have a chance to comparison shop.
After 30+ years in the carpet business, I’ve learned how to spot the bad carpet retailers. I can see through their disguise, I recognize their sneaky sales gimmicks and I make darn sure they are NOT on my list of recommended dealers!
Why Do You Only Recommend Locally-Owned Carpet Stores?
I receive and answer hundreds of emails every year. I hear plenty of horror stories from homeowners who bought new carpet from one of the big box warehouse stores like Lowe’s or Home Depot, or nationally advertised shop-at-home carpet retailers like Empire Today.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that those ads you see on TV may not be as good a deal as they make it sound. You might need a magnifying glass to read all the fine print.
The sheer number of consumer carpet complaints posted on the internet is mind-blowing. Do a Google search and you will find plenty of unhappy homeowners who were lured in after seeing those TV ads offering Free Carpet Installation and 50% off new carpet and flooring. Please don’t fall for these carpet sales gimmicks.
Buying carpet is a major expense and you deserve a fair and square deal!
That’s why I only support and recommend only a select few honest and reputable, locally-owned carpet dealers. These are your neighbors who have been in business for a number of years, have a good reputation, provide first class customer service have a vested interest in your community.