Outlets that offer discount carpets present an opportunity to save money on your carpet purchase. Discount carpets don't mean cheap and you can find some great deals on very good quality carpet.
The secondary market of discount carpets usually refers to carpet remnants, roll-ends and discontinued products. You may be able to save more than half of the original sticker price on the brand of your choice.
Whether you live in Chicago, Denver, New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Boston, Seattle, Minneapolis, Detroit or Philadelphia, there are hundreds of good discount carpet outlets where you can buy. A constantly changing assortment of carpets " from high-end retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers and distributors are available online and offline. Save some money by following the links above, which lead to some of the top carpet sellers online.
Things you should consider when buying discount carpets:
- Look for the manufacturer's name and the brand name.
- Ask if the carpet is a discontinued product because you may want to buy more of it at a later date.
- Find out if the original manufacturer's warranty is still valid.
- Many bargain outlets will not accept returns so ask about their return policy.
- Check for the CCI/CRI certification label. That tells you whether the carpet has met the requirements for fume emissions.
- Carpet pieces may not look identical once they are installed so check to ensure your remnants are of the same dye lot.
For more information on major suppliers of discount carpets, go to our carpet manufacturers page. Check here for more info on other types of home flooring such as laminate flooring, vinyl flooring, bamboo flooring and Ceramic Tile Floors.