Free Carpet Information and Buying Guide
Alan Fletcher - Carpet Expert / Consumer Advocate - Retired after 30 years, do not sell or install carpet.
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You must be a wise shopper. That's why you are searching the internet looking for honest and unbiased carpet information, right?
But even if you are successful in finding all the useful information you are looking for, buying carpet is not as easy as it used to be and there are a lot of ways you can be ripped-off by unscrupulous carpet retailers.
Turn on the news, everyone is getting ripped off these days, even savvy investors.
Scams are everywhere and especially in the carpet business. Many consumers fall prey to carpet scams because they trust what carpet salespeople say. Consumers need to learn how to avoid making costly carpet buying mistakes.
You've come to the right place. I am a 30+ year carpet expert and nationally recognized consumer advocate. If you want to learn how to save a bundle on carpet, make wise choices and avoid common carpet scams you need to do these 8 steps:
I have just given you the secret to your Carpet Buying success.
It's pretty easy and it works. Some people want to do things their own way. Some people think they know enough to buy carpet after reading a few of my free articles and Q & A pages. Some people like to learn things the hard way.
George and Mary searched the internet for carpet buying information just like you are doing now. They took their time shopping, asked a lot of questions, compared prices and yet in the end, they still got the shaft. What did they do wrong? I'll tell you.
Their nightmare could have been avoided if they knew what to do to guard themselves. Buying carpet is very confusing, and you have a lot to lose if you do not choose wisely.
Is your Carpet Installer Licensed, Bonded & Insured?
Check Now to see if you carpet or flooring installer is subject to your State Licensing Regulations.
You should always call to make sure who you hire is properly licensed, bonded and insured according to the State and Local Laws where you live.
You can also check to see if there have been any prior complaints filed against the contractor in question.