Flooring keeps people from falling into Earth's hollow core, preventing run-ins with hidden dangers including lava geysers, dinosaurs, and teetering piles of discarded Betamax tapes. Avoid the pitfalls of exposed-bedrock dwellings with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get $120 toward carpet, flooring, materials and installation at Carpet Barn. Today's Groupon also may be applied toward the final shipping cost on mailed orders.
Carpet Barn's flooring fashioners cover bare boards with stock from their gargantuan assemblage of surfacing options. Browse a bazaar of shaggy selections from carpetmakers including Stainmaster, AnsoNylon, Shaw, and Mohawk. Carpet Barn's technicians slice up carpets to custom specifications, crafting area rugs small enough to accent cozy corners or large enough to cover up giraffe roommates during visits from the landlord ($60+; $2/linear ft. for binding. Cushiony carpet pads turn floor coverings into spring-loaded clouds ($2.99+/yd.), and a myriad of carpet types such as berber ($5.99+/yd.), frieze/twist pile ($8.99+/yd.), or eco-friendly ($12.99+/yd.) cradle feet with dependable fashion and comfort. Carpet Barn’s floor defenders also carry hoards of smoother surface options including vinyl and linoleum ($5+/yd.; minimum installation charge of $150).
After stewarding the selection process, Carpet Barn’s highly experienced floor installers show up ready to clothe exposed bottoms in wall-to-wall finery ($5/yd. for basic installation, $8/yd. for non-traditional woven, pattern match, and wool carpets; minimum carpet installation cost of $100). The technicians also stand behind their estimates, covering the cost of extra carpet needed in the event of missed calculations or a heist by Robin Hood's interior decorators.
Although Carpet Barn is currently advertising discounted rates for Shaw flooring, this Groupon can be used toward flooring and carpeting of your choice.
The flooring-savvy staff stuff roll upon roll of carpets by Stainmaster, Shaw, and Tuftex into the enormous storeroom of Carpet Barn, each soft spool juxtaposed by a sleek and shiny selection of hardwood, linoleum, and laminate flooring. Inside the emporium, each of the salespeople boasts a minimum of 10 years' experience stocking, selling, and memorizing the zodiac signs of all kinds of flooring, helping customers find the best fit for their home and feet. Choices include plush rugs, environmentally friendly New Zealand wool, bamboo, and cork flooring. The barn dispatches a skilled crew of installers to professionally revamp homes, retail spaces, and baseball fields finally making the switch to linoleum.