Carpet Outlet of Somerset Inc
Welcome to the Carpet Outlet, one of Somerset County's largest Stocking Dealers of carpet and vinyl flooring.
"One-Stop- Shopping" is our speciality. It doesn't matter if you're redoing a room, remodeling your entire living space or building from the ground up, your project will be much easier after you walk through the front door of our store.
Bring your ideas, fabric swatches & paint chips. Our staff designer will help you turn your vision into a reality!
Our extensive showroom includes hundreds of samples of carpet, vinyl, LVT, LVP, WCP hardwood, laminate, cork, bamboo and ceramic for both walls and floors.
Samples are loaned at NO CHARGE. We want you to preview selections in your home before making final selection.
We do NOT charge for site measures.
We install what we sell.
Are you a "do-it-yourselfer"? We'll be glad to supply you with any products you need
"Same As Cash" financing available to qualifed buyers.
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Linoleum flooring and vinyl flooring often get mistaken for each other by homeowners who are searching for sheet flooring that will look good for the long haul. Both floor types are indeed tough and long-lasting, and can be installed pretty much anywhere. But there are some important differences between the two.
Choosing a floor may seem a bit daunting, especially if you've never done it before. Whether you're a newbie or a pro, understanding more will prepare you to choose the very best floor for your lifestyle, space, and budget.
Shaw Floors is honored to be a national sponsor of the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway. In the coming days, as construction nears completion in more than 40 markets across the U.S., partners & local supporters will gather for "floor signing" events, to permanently attach a blessing or special message to these homes which will raise millions of dollars for the care and life-saving research that happens at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Many hardwood shoppers don't realize there are two types of wood — solid and engineered. Both solid and engineered flooring add value and structure to your home and are available in plenty of species, stains and styles. So, what exactly are these two types of hardwood and how do they compare? Let's explore.