Georgia Flooring Company Celebrates 40 Years of Offering Affordable Options for Home Improvement

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As the economic crisis in the country continues, as people lose jobs and lose homes, consumers are looking for good deals. To take it a step further, they want good deals with great customer service and an outstanding product. Georgia Carpet Industries celebrated its 40th year in business and it is now providing 30 - 50 % off on wholesale items.

Georgia Carpet Industries, based in Dalton, Georgia, which recently marked its 40th year in business, has answered this call by offering their customers high quality flooring at rock bottom prices since 1969. The bonus is that they provide great customer service.

This is good news to homeowners, especially those who want to improve their home. An individual who wishes to make improvements on their home in preparation of putting it on the market can spend less money to get their home market ready. Likewise, the person who can't afford to move to a new home can upgrade their existing home, making it more livable and attractive while spending less money.

As more people are forced to put their homes on the market, the real estate market is quickly becoming saturated. This means that in order for a homeowner to give their listing a competitive edge, and then they must offer something "extra." High quality flooring and carpeting can make a dramatic difference in the value of a home. However, the state of the economy is prohibitive of excessive spending on improvements that may not be entirely essential.

Georgia Carpet Industries offers carpet, vinyl, hardwood, bamboo, tile and laminate flooring at thirty to fifty percent less than retail prices.

Few details about Vinyl and Hardwood flooring:

Vinyl Flooring is the most popular type of flooring in the world! Vinyl can be a great choice for any home as it is available in thousands of different textures.

Hardwood refers to wood flooring that are entirely made of wood. The hardwood family of floors is large and varied. There are mainly two distinct forms: Solid and Engineered.

Homeowners can purchase these carpet for as low as twenty nine cents a square foot. This means that it costs less for homeowners to put flooring in their home, decreasing their contribution to making the dwelling market ready and increasing their profit margin.

Access to the deals offered by Georgia Carpet Industries is not only confined to the Dalton, Georgia area. By accessing their website at http://www.GeorgiaCarpet.com where they can shop online and have their flooring shipped directly to their door. Georgia Carpet's nationwide shipping policy operates on a zone concept with different shipping amounts per square foot depending on the shipping destination.

So homeowners anywhere in the country can put new floors in their homes, rentals, commercial buildings and homes for sale for much lower than retail.

At Georgia Carpet Industries get discontinued carpet styles at great bargain prices. These styles are designed for apartment managers, rental property of all types. Textured cut pile carpet, prints and berbers in-stock!

Ship products out of Georgia, is for no sales tax charged, along with the low shipping rates where people can save big money on every floor covering purchase they make! This offer ends after 6 months so better hurry!

Whether visiting the Georgia Carpet store at 3352 Lower Dug Gap Road in Dalton, Georgia or visiting the website at http://www.GeorgiaCarpet.com while sitting in Boise, Idaho, homeowners can find the flooring that they need at the prices that they can afford.

At this point, the nation's economy makes it difficult for extra spending in many households. Georgia Carpet Industries makes it just a little easier. Buy where the dealers buy and save up-to 30 - 50 % off retail prices. The offer remains the same for the next 6 months.

Media Contact:
P.O. Box 2087,
3352 Lower Dug Gap Road
Dalton, Georgia
30722
United States
http://www.GeorgiaCarpet.com

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