Does new carpet flooring raise the value of your home?

Does new carpet flooring raise the value of your home?

Fresh, new, on-trend carpet adds value. The right kind of rug makes your home more attractive to potential buyers.

Some even coordinate it with the overall room theme. It increases appearance, function, and value.?

Making it stand out


Choose carpets that are:

1.High quality. Buy the best your wallet will allow. Remember, the floor is the main focal point of the room and the place people will look first.

Many of the newer homes come with builder-grade wall-to-wall. So, replace the rug if you're planning to sell your home!

2.Extreme durability. Some of the best carpets you can find in our carpet store include:

A.Nylon: robust, resilient, and stain-resistant. Ideal for heavily trafficked rooms, this is a durable rug, such as Allegra by Stanton.

B.Wool: soft, luxurious, and durable. Feel free to visit our carpet store for wool designs like Grace Harbor by Karastan.

C.SmartStrand: This is so durable and has easy care. It was even tested in a zoo cage and at a child's party (with a lot of chocolate, ketchup, and mustard!) before coming to market. Explore Mohawk?s SmartStrand Collection.

More carpet benefits to tell potential buyers


Carpet also reduces noise and insulates temperature. And, despite the long-running myth, allergy sufferers and pet owners can have carpeting.

Today's rugs have enhanced hypoallergenic properties with kid-and-pet-friendly and sustainable versions.

Visit us for the best carpet in Naples and Fort Myers


We have an extensive in-stock inventory at the family-owned Wayne Wiles Floor Coverings. Our highly trained staff will help you navigate all the carpet, hardwood, tile, or other flooring choices.

Visit our showroom in Fort Myers or Naples, FL. We work with homeowners and businesses in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples, Estero, Bonita Springs, and Sanibel, FL.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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