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3 reasons to invest in new carpet

11th October 2018
3 reasons to invest in new carpet

When your carpets start to look like they have seen better days, you may wonder whether it’s time to invest in new carpet or try and salvage the one you’ve got.

At Carpet Barn, we offer an extensive range of high-quality carpet in a number of different patterns, colours and textures. Here are 3 reasons why we think it's definitely worth investing in a new carpet. 

1) Your carpet looks worn

As carpets age, their colour can begin to fade and they can start to look worn in places. Old carpets also have a tendency to tear and bubble in areas with high foot traffic like along walls, corners and doors. Unfortunately, no amount of work will help you salvage an already damaged and worn carpet, so investing in a replacement is your only option.

2) You spend too long cleaning your carpet

If you spend a lot of your time trying to clean your carpet, it may be time to invest in a new one. It is easy to waste precious time trying to make your current flooring look presentable; new carpet is a much better investment of your time and money. New carpet looks high-quality and requires very little maintenance in comparison to those that are old and worn. If your carpets have stubborn stains that don't respond to professional cleaning, then it’s time to invest in new carpet.

3) Your health is deteriorating

Old carpet can house a lot of allergens, dust particles and bacteria and over time, contaminants accumulate within your carpets which cannot be removed. This can cause a wide range of health issues, especially in children and the elderly. Investing in a new carpet will not only help to improve your health, but can prevent your family from developing breathing problems due to the dust that dirty carpets acquire over their lifetime.


For more information about our range of carpets, contact our team or visit us in store.

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