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Eco Friendly Flooring

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Now more than ever, people are striving to make more environmentally conscious choices. We can all do our part- whether it’s using a reusable straw or ensuring the products you purchase are eco-friendly. An often forgot about area of goods is flooring! Many people don’t consider the environmental implications of most flooring. As people become… Read more »

Is Carpeting Making a Comeback?

Colorful samples of carpet, layered on top of eachother. There are shades of yellow, red, cream, brown, and green.

When the topic of flooring trends comes up, people often chastise the carpet-crazy days of the past. However, the last few years of flooring trends have included carpet! So, is carpeting making a comeback? We here at Carpet Closeouts say yes! In this blog, we’ll talk about how carpet started to fade from the spotlight and… Read more »

How to Upgrade Your Home Office with Flooring

Woman sitting at her desk working in her home office

Whether you have a home office or have an office set up in a shared room, making a designated space for your office is key to effectively working from home. A huge importance to the comfort and appeal of your office is flooring. Regardless of where your office is, these three tips to upgrade your… Read more »

Upcoming Flooring Trends

A room with light neutral hardwood flooring and a light gray area rug

Flooring trends change frequently and are indicative of the times. While some people like to look back at trends and their evolution to find a flooring choice, some choose to look towards the future for inspiration. Whether you’re preparing for a move or looking to re-do some of your flooring, choosing flooring that you love is important…. Read more »

Evolution of Flooring

Wood and Tile flooring meeting

Flooring is not only an important part of any home, but it can be unique or a centerpiece! Some people choose to modernize their floors, whereas others want some vintage nods in their flooring. “Vintage” means anything from 2002 back. So, while hearing vintage may evoke images of 1970’s shag carpet, it can also mean… Read more »

Cleaning Tips for Each Type of Flooring

Mop on a floor, cleaning

Summer is here, and with it comes a great time to look at your flooring and give it a good clean. Yes, even if you did your spring cleaning, giving your floors a deep clean is never a bad idea. Summer brings fun, but it also brings mud, sand, and sticky treats such as ice… Read more »

How to Prepare Your Carpets and Flooring for Holiday Guests

Tips for Keeping Your Carpet Clean

Are you hosting the holidays this year? With extra people in your home, it’s important to take a few extra precautions to protect your flooring from damage! Give your floors a little extra love and attention this holiday season by following these tips: Clean Your Carpets Before Guests Arrive Before the guests arrive at your… Read more »

Tips for Getting Rid of that New Carpet Smell

They feel great on your bare feet, they can add a lot of character in your room, and help keep your feet warm. But what isn’t exciting is that new carpet smell that tends to come with it. It’s hard to describe, it but has its own distinct aroma. What you smell is the mix… Read more »

The Many Advantages of Stone Flooring

Stone Flooring

When you think of castles, what kind of floors do they typically have? Stone flooring, of course. If your home is your castle then consider stone flooring for its durability, beauty, and, most importantly, elegance. Nothing says “I have money and want the best floors” like stone flooring. It’s not typically seen in most homes… Read more »

The Benefits of Laminate Flooring

Laminate Flooring Styles

People of a certain age have an impression of “laminate flooring.” Laminate was originally created as an affordable alternative to hardwood and came into vogue in the 1970s. It was affordable but tended to look “fake” or “plastic-y.” Today’s laminate flooring, however, looks so “real” that experts even have difficulty telling the difference between laminate… Read more »

Warning to Allergy Sufferers – Don’t Use Wet Carpet Cleaning Methods!

Carpet Steamer

Carpeting isn’t just a comfortable and stylish form of flooring, but it is also a safe and warmer option than hardwood or tiling. One downside to having a carpeted room or entire home is all of the dust, debris, and allergens that it can trap in its soft texture. By vacuuming regularly, limiting dust intrusions,… Read more »

Ways to Extend the Life of Your Carpet

Carpet Cleaner cleaning a Stain

A dirty carpet is easily avoidable and can make your home look older and more dingy, while a clean carpet brightens your home and creates a clean, comfortable environment. Follow these tips to extend the life of your carpet and keep it looking fresh and new. Vacuuming Frequent vacuuming keeps dirt from settling into the… Read more »

Things to Consider When Selecting a Carpet For Your Home

Family on Carpet

In the old days, there weren’t many choices when it came to carpets. Nowadays, there are many choices available.   So how do you figure out what carpet is right for your home?   First things first: what color(s) do you like? Obviously, beige (tan) goes well with everything, and a light brown will hide… Read more »

Invest in “Green Carpeting” with Carpet Closeouts

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For those of you interested in having carpet in your home which is environmentally friendly, aka “green,” you should consider visiting Carpet Closeouts in Phoenix to check out carpeting made of DuPont™ Sorona® renewably sourced fiber.   One of the first high-performance fibers derived from rapidly renewable material, Sorona® represents textile innovation for the 2000s…. Read more »

Stop into Carpet Closeout Today for our Spring Cleaning Sale!

  Now that we are well into the spring season, we’re sure that a number of you are beginning to plan for a little thing called “spring cleaning”. If you’re anything like us, you’ve got a list a mile long of all the things that you want to get done before settling into the blazing… Read more »