The decision you make might well depend on how much money you have to spend on your project combined with how long you expect your carpet to last. You may be wise to consider doing your carpet project in two or three phases to give you more time to save up enough money to do it right. Before you do anything... Take our FREE Carpet Foot Traffic Test
to see which grade of carpet you need to buy! Price vs. durability:
is the main problem to overcome when you are considering the best flooring options for your home. If you buy a poorly made carpet it will surely wear out faster than you expect. How will you know which grade of carpet is right for you? This is the hardest question for most consumers to answer. But this is where Roman Floors and Remodeling can help you make wise and informed choices. We will help you choose the right carpet to meet your needs and goals. We have the knowledge and experience to help you to choose wisely.What makes one carpet more durable than another?
If you have an unlimited budget and can afford to buy the absolute best carpet on the market you don't need us help you, other than scheduling an installation. Just go and buy the most expensive carpet you can find and you will likely do just fine. For everyone else, we will take the time to educate you on a few things about carpet so you can get the most bang for your buck.
Which grade of carpet should you select?
We are brutally frank and honest: if you choose carpet that cannot handle your foot traffic it WILL
wear out faster than you expect. If you want your new carpet to last for ten years, how will you feel when it wears out in five years or less? Will you be in a position to replace your carpet again in five years?The choice is all yours
These are some of the "Basic Carpet Purchasing Information" that is important to understand, before you make any carpet choices. At Roman Floors and Remodeling in Redford, Michigan we will take all of the time you give us to learn about your needs, lifestyle and budget and help you to make an informed and educated carpet purchasing decisions. Keeping in mind, that sometimes it may come down to just getting "whatever is cheapest" at that particular time.