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Free Carpet Buying Information for homeowners
2020 by Alan Fletcher aka The Carpet Professor (carpetprofessor.com)
When is the Best time of year to buy new carpet and flooring? Learn insider secrets about when, where and who to buy from, how to get your best deal on NEW CARPET!
Choosing new carpet is time consuming and confusing to say the least. However, there are certain times of the year when homeowners stand a much better chance of negotiating a better deal on new carpet or flooring products.
It’s possible to save an additional 10% to 25% off their regular prices or even more if you take the time to do your homework!
Carpet prices and Installation costs can be negotiated when dealers are hungry for sales. So knowing when to but new carpet and flooring can save you quite a bit if you are willing to negotiate with the dealer. But this is most effective when dealing with a locally owned and family run business. What is the Best Time to Buy New Carpet?
Connect with the store owner
Buying locally is also most effective when dealing directly with the owner of the company. A newly hired salesperson will not be authorized to give you a discount unless the business owner approves.So when you visit a locally owned carpet store, ask who the owner is and introduce yourself. Let the owner know what your goals are and that you home he/she is will to help you get the best deal possible. When is the Best Time to Buy New Carpet?
There are several other ways to get a lower price on the carpet and flooring you want. Read my complete article to see which methods I suggest that may be the best option for you.
Take your time choosing the right Carpet quality to meet your needs and goals.
Don’t be in a hurry to choose new carpet or flooring, take your time and do your homework if you want to save the most money possible and end up happy with your final selection. Take my Free Carpet Foot-Traffic Test to see what grade of carpet you need for your personal level of foot traffic you have in your home.
About Alan Fletcher aka The Carpet Professor
I am the author of CarpetProfessor.com, a 30+ year flooring expert and consumer advocate since 1998. There are so many carpet retailers that I don’t recommend because they use sneaky sales tactics to scam or trick you out of your hard-earned money! Visit my website to learn everything you need to know about choosing new carpet for your home. Do you know the Best Times to Buy New Carpet?
I have created a short list of locally-owned and family run retailers that I do recommend. These dealers have passed my test and requirements to be invited to be listed in my directory. See who I recommend near you. Alan’s Preferred Carpet Dealer Directory.
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Smartstrand Carpet Complaint – Mohawk Carpet Complaint Denial
I am hoping you can offer some advice. We purchased Mohawk Smartstrand carpet for the master bedroom of a “seasonal” residence. Two adults and no pets inhabit the residence for approximately 5 months of the year. Mohawk Carpet Complaint was Denied.
The condo is in Florida. The carpet was purchased 8/2013. The carpet is showing excessive wear patterns anywhere we have to walk on and the carpet looks “matted” and frayed. Mohawk denied our claim because we didn’t have the carpet cleaned after 18 months. We pointed out that we had not been living in the residence for a total of 18 months. The store we purchased from in Naples, Florida asked us to have it cleaned and recommended a carpet cleaning company. Now after the cleaning, the carpet fibers look worse and the carpet looks dirty. The carpet cleaner also noted the wear patterns were not improved by the cleaning.
Mohawk has been difficult to deal with and the dealer where we bought it is not standing behind their product. Is there any way to contact someone at Mohawk other than the usual customer service representatives, who might have some authority to help us? Do you have any suggestions or recommendations?
Smartstrand Carpet Complaint Denial
Thank you for any assistance,
Can you tell me the room measurements and the price you paid for the carpet only? (Per square yard or by per square foot)
What type and density of padding was used? What was the total price for the whole job, carpet pad and installation?
Is this a beach house?
Thank you for getting back to me. I’m so discouraged by this situation.
No, it’s a condo on the 5th floor of a 15 story building, not directly on any body of water. The pad used was 7/16”, 7lbs density. Currently the carpet retails for $5.49 a square foot. I measured the room myself; the main area is 14’ x 29’. There is a 4x 4 entry area leading into the large area. There is a 10’x 4’ hallway from the main area leading to a bathroom and a walk in closet along the hallway approx 13’ x 5’.
Here is my opinion on the issue:
From your provided information, it appears from the amount you spent on carpet tells me that it is a good quality carpet (about $45 per sq yard) and the pad they used was of sufficient quality and density. The problems you are dealing with should not be happening to you. If a carpet shows major signs of wear and tear after just a few months, then there is something seriously wrong. I suspect there is a manufacturing defect of some kind. Your carpet dealer is your best bet for a solution to your problem.
A locally owned carpet dealer has some leverage with the carpet manufacturer in situations like this. Keep calling and asking for their help to resolve this. If you can’t get your carpet dealer to help you get your carpet inspected; get a valid claim filed with the carpet manufacturer, and/or get some sort of resolution, then you may want to consider filing a lawsuit in small claims court. (It’s not a fun thing to do and is often difficult to win).
Mohawk Smartstrand Carpet Complaint Denied