Less carpet sold means better prices for carpet.
While Shaw Industries (of Shaw Carpet brand) plans layoffs and housing numbers continue to be down, the number of impacts from the recession continue to pile up.
One thing that has been piling up as well are discounts in carpet. Discounted carpet is a side effect of the over-supply of carpet and flooring options as the construction industry has been slow to rebound from the housing crisis since 2008.
Don’t confuse discounted carpet with cheap carpet. The carpet that’s available is from brands like Shaw, Mohawk, Stainmaster – all the best brands in the industry. Don’t settle for cheap carpet brands.
Feel free to negotiate – it’s a Denver carpet buyer’s market!
Denver prices for carpet are at historic lows, even with the prices of oil and cotton rising. Now is a great time not only to get good retail prices, but carpet buyers have more sway to set their desired prices and see who matches them.
If you’re considering carpet tiles or replacing existing carpet, now is the perfect time to get in touch with a Denver carpet dealer. Don’t wait until the housing market gets stronger – it will already be too late to get some of these great deals.