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Carpet Installation in Wilmot, WI

Carpet comes in variety of makes styles and colors—and for this reason the job of find the right carpet for your needs, and learning about the range of options available can seem like an intimidating process. Complete Floor Coverings are your Wilmot, Wisconsin carpet experts. We are happy to answer any queries or concerns you may have about carpet or the installation process, and help you on your way to enjoying new carpet in the office or home space. With years of experience in the sale and installation of carpets, we have experts in the flooring industry ready to help you. The task of having to select from the massive range of carpet styles, different qualities and types can be a headache for many people—however, we are more than happy to advise you on anything you need to know, and address any questions you may have over the process. With us, you can be assured peace of mind selecting the right carpet for your Wilmot home. We also provide carpet installation for commercial property as well.

We have four types of cut pile style carpet; including plush carpet, textured carpet; as well as the popular loop-pile carpet styles.

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Stop by our carpet showroom to see our great selection of carpet tiles. We carry many different styles from reliable brands such as Kane Carpet, Shaw Floors, and Masland Carpet. If you need a second opinion on finding a matching carpet for a room, talk to our owner John. He can help Wilmot homeowners find the right carpet tile to compliment the look of a room.

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Carpet Installation FAQs

Why Should I install New Carpet?

There are a variety of reasons why carpet is consindered a good option, but here are just a couple:

  • Better warmth and overall comfort. Carpet provides simply the best thermal layering for your floors, providing great thermal resistance to help keep in the warm air. Even better, carpet provides a soft and comfortable environment for your home or office—increasing overall relaxation for everyone occupying the space.
  • Improved style and aesthetics of your home. There are a wide range of styles, colors and textures of different carpets available for your home or office space. No matter what your wants and preferences; there is a different type of carpet to fulfill your needs; whether you want a bright or patterned style to accentuate a living or office space, or a neutral, unassuming carpet style and color that fits in with everything around it—we will have the solution for you!

Should I Consider Performing Carpet Installation On My Own?

Quality carpet installation requires adequate skill, concentration and training for the best results. This demands the utilization of qualified carpeting and flooring specialists—simple mistakes made in DIY jobs can be easily visible, and be to the detriment of the overall build or renovation you are completing.

Who Will Move My Furniture?

We will! Our fully trained carpet installation specialists understand that your furniture is valuable and precious to you; safeguarding the integrity of your furniture and belongings is a priority to us—we make sure every member of our staff understands this!

How Should I Care For My Carpet?

With the correct knowledge of carpet maintenance for your type of carpet—any carpet in your office or home can last for years, remaining in good nick and looking fresh and new. Vacuuming regularly is very important. Preventing or reducing stains from drinks, oils and chemicals should be a priority. Some carpets themselves are stain resistant, where as you can also use stain resistant products from your local hardware store—depending on your circumstances, either one of these is advised!

How Long Does Carpet Last?

This depends largely on a variety of factors; including the type or style of carpet installed, or having pets, children. Most carpets in homes last for around 3 to 5 years on average—before it becomes worn and appears duller. Having pets can tend to speed this process up, as claws and teeth can tend to speed up the process of tearing and fraying of carpet.