carpet Discounter Warehouse serves residential, business, and government agencies. They provided and installed carpets in the Washington Monument and in other government and corporate locations.
A family-owned business, Carpet Discounter Warehouse has operated in Maryland for 25 years. They have a home decorator and a floor designer on location. They do custom work and they make it easier for their customers to obtain what they need by offering special discount packages and next-day installation.
Other special promotions and services include:
10% discount for referrals
10% off other estimates
Lowest price guaranteed policy
Accepts all other store coupons
100% satisfaction guarantee
Financing – 6 months same as cash
Carries and installs carpet, hardwood floors, sand and finish, ceramic flooring, laminates, and custom-made area
Accepts personal checks and most major credit cards
Great customer service
No commission work
Carpet Discounter Warehouse’s staff members have completed intensive educational set by the company and have technical knowledge through their many years of hands-on experience.
Some of the brand names they carry include:
Carpet – Shaw, Mohawk, Horizon, Queen, Galaxy, Cabin Craft
Hardwood Flooring – Jonesborough, Bruce Harris, Tarkett, Mannington, Mohawk, Shaw, Century
Ceramic Alternative Flooring – Domco
Laminate Flooring – Wilsonart, Pergo, Galeria, Insignia, Mannington, Formica, Shaw, Mohawk, Quick-Step
Carpet is an extraordinarily versatile medium that can help bring your personal decorating style to life. When you go shopping, you’ll find a wealth of colors, textures, and styles. In fact, sometimes it may seem a bit overwhelming that’s why we recommend you think of carpet as a fashion investment. After all, you’re not simply covering your floors, you are uncovering the beauty of your home while discovering your own sense of style. Think of the carpet as a fashion item, and you will stay clearly focused. As your design plans develop, you will collect fabric swatches, paint chips, photo examples from design magazines, and other helpful tools. Be sure to bring these with you when you shop and always bring a sketch of your room’s floor plan.
The “Value” Factor
As you reach the final stages of the selection process, you may find yourself deciding between two carpets of different qualities. Experience shows that it’s wise to buy the highest quality you can afford. Here’s why: The performance and quality of a carpet are directly related to the amount and quality of fiber that goes into the pile or yarn loops. The better the fibers and the denser it’s packed, the better the carpet will perform. Low-quality carpet is easy to spot – it is lightweight. Loose pile sheds without any enhanced treatments.
When you purchase carpet and other floorings from the Carpet Discount Warehouse, you will be able to afford better quality carpet and stay within your decorating budget.