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Landlord's Guide to Replacing Carpet & Flooring


5 Keys to Carpet Buying Success



1. Obtaining proper measurements saves you money.


Having the correct measurements for your home could save you plenty, not to mention the headaches that could be caused from under-measuring. My books reveal the tricks to getting your home measured right. In fact, I even show you how to measure your home yourself!



2. Product knowledge gives you power to choose wisely. 


Selecting the wrong carpet fiber is worst mistake you can make! Learn the truth about carpet fibers and carpet styles in my book. The more you know the better choices you will make. Beware of information obtained from websites that want to sell you carpet.



3. A wise shopper always gets several estimates. 


Getting several estimates is just plain smart. Not only can you make your final choice by choosing the best deal offered for similar products, it also gives you the chance to see who is fair and who is not. My books reveal where and how to quickly comparison shop to find the best deals.



4. Installing carpet correctly increases performance.


Finding a qualified carpet installer is tougher than you might think. Carpets installed poorly will develop wrinkles and can cut the life expectancy in half! You must have your carpet installed properly if you expect it to last. 



5. Proper maintenance insures longevity.


Take proper care of your carpet and it will serve you well for years to come. If you don't clean your carpets correctly you could easily ruin them. In my book I reveal the truth about carpet care and what you need to know about carpet cleaning!






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