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Questions to Ask a Carpet & Rug Dealer

Buying a new carpet or rug is something you'll probably have to do one day, but if you're not careful, you could end up losing a lot of money in the long run. In the space below, we'll explore some questions you should have in mind when you buy suitable floor covering for your home or office.

  • How much traffic is there in the room or area?
    The nice Oriental rug you have your eye on may not be able to sustain the wear it will be subjected to. Rooms with heavy foot traffic require sturdier carpets or rugs than those that see relatively little use. If you need a durable carpet, you should opt for one with high pile density. This refers to how closely the individual fibers are bound together. The closer the fibers, the more durable the carpeting will be. Frieze carpets are commonly used in high-traffic areas. Also, light-colored carpeting may be inappropriate in heavily used areas. In some areas, you may be tempted to employ low-maintenance hard tiles, but be careful because tiled floors can be a slippery surface for children.

  • What type of carpet pile should I buy?
    Carpets and rugs with level loop pile offer a pleasingly even surface. With these types, dirt tends to stay on the surface, making them easy to clean. However, a carpet with a patterned loop pile tends to have a more appealing design. You can also break up the monotony of a level loop pile with the use of an Oriental rug or runner rug.

  • Does the price of the carpet include installation?
    It may be best for homeowners to call a professional. If you do, you may be able to negotiate a better price if you buy the material from the same people who can install it.

  • Flooring America
    Find the exact carpets and rugs you've been looking for to make your home or office look brand new! Contact our rug and carpet dealers today to see the great deals we're offering!
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    Deco Rug Imports
    Proudly carrying handmade rugs, Pakistani rugs, Persian rugs, silk rugs, and more. For Carpet Dealers with variety, you can't go wrong with us. Customers looking for affordable Rug Dealers in the Harrison area come to us.
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    Natural Area Rug
    Offering the widest variety of new carpets and rugs in the local Harrison area from our experienced dealers. Come to our carpet and rug dealers to find the most affordable prices on all types of floor coverings.
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    Ferdous Orientals Inc
    1 review: *****
    100 Park Plaza Dr, Secaucus, NJ 07094
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    "Loved the warm welcome....The collection was vast and interesting....I got two 9*12's and i am enjoying them.. ..."
    Area Rug World Write review for this local business
    185 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
    (347) 335-0322  
    We have a large selection of rugs and carpets, including flokati, jute, and cowhides. We have both traditional and contemporary rugs, in sizes ranging for 2 x 3 to mansion size 12 x 18 feet.
    Nazmiyl Write review for this local business
    176 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016
    (212) 545-8029  
    Your source for antique rugs and decorative carpets. Since 1980, we have supplied some of the top interior designers, vendors, auction houses, museums and collectors with quality carpets and rugs.
    ABC Carpet & Rug Repair
    1 review: *****
    New York, NY 10152
    (212) 677-2800 Write review for this local business

    "Thank you for the excellent rug cleaning and for the great price. I would definitely use the service for my future cleaning again. ..."
    Ferry Carpets Write review for this local business
    195 LAFAYETTE ST, NEWARK, NJ 07105
    (973) 344-3996  
    House of Rugs & Draperies Write review for this local business
    510 Kearny Ave, Kearny, NJ 07032
    (201) 997-2282  
    Affordable Carpets Write review for this local business
    728 Kearny Ave Ste 1, Kearny, NJ 07032
    (201) 998-2008  
    City Carpet Write review for this local business
    46 Broadway, Newark, NJ 07104
    (973) 482-6988  
    Ferry's Carpet Write review for this local business
    42 Ferry St, Newark, NJ 07105
    (973) 817-9449  
    Broadway Carpets & Rugs Write review for this local business
    54 Broadway, Newark, NJ 07104
    (973) 485-6060  
    Carpet Fresh Write review for this local business
    Newark, NJ 07195
    (973) 373-6900  
    N-C Carpet Binding Equipment Corp Write review for this local business
    858 Summer Ave, Newark, NJ 07104
    (973) 481-4400  
    Carpet Cycle Write review for this local business
    16 Herbert St, Newark, NJ 07105
    (973) 732-4856  
    A & S Carpets Write review for this local business
    94 Wilson Ave, Newark, NJ 07105
    (973) 589-0003  
    Kikos Stores Corp Write review for this local business
    31 Clover St, Newark, NJ 07105
    (973) 344-7707  
    Jo's Carpet Binding Write review for this local business
    494 Roseville Ave, Newark, NJ 07107
    (973) 484-0828  
    Shambergers Write review for this local business
    170 Littleton Ave, Newark, NJ 07103
    (973) 624-7270  
    Churchills Carpets Write review for this local business
    530 Riverside Ave, Lyndhurst, NJ 07071
    (201) 939-3117  
    Carpet Direct L Write review for this local business
    38 Frelinghuysen Ave, Newark, NJ 07114
    (973) 621-7676  
    Manhattan Carpet Write review for this local business
    532 N Grove St, East Orange, NJ 07017
    (973) 675-5139  
    Discount Carpet Write review for this local business
    421 Chancellor Ave, Newark, NJ 07112
    (973) 926-4444  

    If you have an interest is carpets and rugs, you may wish to become a carpet dealer. Owning a dealership of this type can be very lucrative since folks are always needing floor coverings of some kind for home d├ęcor. If you're not comfortable in a sales position, you may find this business a tad difficult to deal with.

    As with all businesses, you'll have to acquire the proper licenses to operate a commercial retail shop. It's best to contact your state and see what you need to open an office legally. You'll also need basic business knowledge, familiarity with tax laws, customer service understanding, and how to manage/train employees. The hardest undertaking will be understanding the different fibers and types of products you wish to sell. You must be able to help a customer understand the difference between a shag rug, a custom designed runner, and a modern patterned mat. You'll need to know the difference between oriental and Persian products, along with being able to identify real oriental area rugs from simulated. Be familiar with which products are for interior and exterior residential use along with various home color schemes. You may wish to cover different types of tile, but only if you wish to include floor tile in the business venture.

    You'll be dealing with new imported goods, so make sure the licenses you acquire cover that area. Based off of import costs and contemporary market trends, you should be able to determine standard and sale prices along with what should be discounted.

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