If you have active kids like I’ve had, you know first-hand that you cannot be in all places at all times and when your child drops a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on your carpet, it takes more than a just few minutes to get that stain to come out!
My wife and I had four kids and they were all about 2 years apart. So having a one-year old, a three-year old a five-year old and seven-year old kept us running both day and night!
Since I am carpet installer, I had the ability to change our family room carpet at a much lower cost than you can. But that doesn’t mean you should have to pay a fortune to replace your carpet if you have active children or pets. In my free and unbiased article you will learn some powerful insider secrets to buying the right grade of carpet for your home. Why spend more than you need to? You can buy a decent carpet, that will last for three years or more, for less than $8 per square yard! Let me teach you the tips and tricks to saving the most money possible and make your life easier….
Take a look at my free article to learn more about choosing the best carpet for active kids and pets!
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CarpetCollege.com -Free Resource for Homeowners
Carpet College – Get Educated About Buying New Carpet
CarpetUniversity.com – Carpet Cost
Carpet University – Carpet Specifications Explained
Future Costs of New Carpet and Installation – Forecast By “The Carpet Professor” at Carpetprofessor.com
Over the next few years, as our economy steadily recovers and the housing market continues to regain market value, I expect the prices for new carpet and flooring products and installation to increase significantly. I expect a 15% increase in most flooring product prices and a 25% increase in carpet and flooring installation costs over the next 5 years.
I believe there will be a shortage of qualified and well trained installers and that installation costs will increase as carpet retailers realize they have to pay more to retain the most qualified and reliable flooring installers. Significant increases in business expenses, liability insurance and state licensing costs, materials and supplies, home costs and basic inflation will be the main reasons for the increase in pay that will be demanded by reputable carpet and flooring installers nationwide.
Frankly, I think flooring installers have been under-paid for the past 20 years and an increase in pay is long overdue.
The Carpet Professor’s Suggestion:
If you are in the market for new carpet or flooring, I suggest you buy sooner rather than later if you want to get the best deal possible.