Carpet in Denver for Less!

Leave Your Shoes at the Door!

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Have you ever been stopped at a friend or family member’s front door and asked to remove your shoes before you enter? Some people take offense to this and would choose to leave a person’s house before they take off their shoes! But truth be told, removing your shoes at the front door really is a simple way to help prevent the spread of germs in a home. WHY WE NEED TO LEAVE SHOES AT THE DOOR According to a Huffington Post article by Dr. Kelly Reynolds, a microbiologist from the... Read More

Buying Carpet in Denver

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Whether you’re buying carpet for your home, rental, or office, it’s a big decision. You want to be sure you’re buying carpet from a reputable seller who is honest and has positive reviews. Unfortunately, there are retailers out there who are ready to take advantage of your lack of carpet-buying know-how. Because carpet isn’t something we buy often, educating yourself and doing research on the best places to buy carpet in Denver are the best ways to stay ahead of this and ensure you get the best value for your... Read More

Finding Carpet Deals in Denver

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These days finding a carpet deals in Denver is easier than ever before — just search Yelp or Google it! Reputable carpet dealers in Denver, Colorado have happy customers that provide great reviews on Google, Yelp, Facebook, Houzz, and even on private social networks for your neighborhood, like Nextdoor. Look for outlets with a large number of positive reviews and don’t forget to ask your friends and family about their carpet-buying experiences. Define Carpet “Deal” A great deal doesn’t always mean the cheapest carpet. Remember, your goal is to find... Read More

3 Steps to Keep your Carpet Clean

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The life of your carpet is tied directly to the care it receives. Even though it’s easy to replace your carpet at Sloane’s Carpet Secret, where you can get premium brand carpet irregulars for up to 60% off, we want to help you extend the life of your carpet as long as possible. Carpet truly is one of the easiest types of flooring to maintain with these three easy steps to keep your carpet clean. Vacuum regularly The amount you should vacuum each week really depends on your lifestyle. The... Read More

8 Ways to Use Carpet Scraps

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Regardless of how good you measure your space for new carpet, we always recommend adding 10% for waste. But, those carpet remnants don’t have to actually become waste if you use carpet scraps in one of these 8 ways after your carpet is installed. Furniture movers Use carpet squares with the pile side facing down under heavy furniture such as dressers, beds or dining room tables to create your very own EZ SlidersTM. In your trunk Whether you get trapped in mud and need an easy way to get traction... Read More

8 Ways to Use Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year in Your Home

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“Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate and revitalize, Greenery symbolizes the reconnections we seek with nature, one another and a larger purpose.”     —Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute Pantone made a bold departure from the subdued soft pink and blue of last year’s colors of the year (Rose Quartz and Serenity), when they crowned Greenery Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year. Greenery’s nod to nature reflects what Pantone believes our culture needs: rejuvenation, revitalization, and renewal. With just a few small enhancements you can instantly... Read More

7 of the Top Home Decorating Trends for 2017

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At the beginning of the year we get to look fondly forward to all the potential of the next 12 months. Since we’re often indoors more than out during this season, it’s the perfect time to develop remodeling plans for your home. To help you get started, our team at Sloane’s Carpet Secret has pulled together 7 of the top home decorating trends for 2017.   Hygge (pronounced hoo-ga) in the home One of the home remodeling trends that everyone is talking about—and expanding their Danish knowledge at the same... Read More

Removing Christmas Stains from Carpet

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If you had an amazing Christmas and now you have the stains stuck to your carpet to prove it, we can help! Please note that you should ALWAYS test cleaning solutions on a corner spot or area under furniture before applying the solution to the stain. When it doubt, contact a professional carpet cleaner. REMOVING SAP Apply a small amount of dish washing detergent to the sap on the carpet (make sure to test it first in a corner or an area covered by furniture). Massage with a hot, damp towel... Read More

Carpet Installation Done Right

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There’s much more to professional carpet installation than owning a staple gun, and knowing what’s involved will help ensure your carpet installation is done right. Poor installation can result in an uneven appearance, and it can also cost you in wasted square footage. It takes years to develop the skills needed to be a top-quality carpet installer, which is why all of the installers for Sloane’s Carpet Secret have a minimum of 20 years’ experience. Also, don’t be afraid to ask about your installer’s qualifications. It’s better to ask before it’s too... Read More

Spruce Up Your Home for the Holidays

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We are gearing up for the holidays here at Sloane’s Carpet Secret, and we know you are too! Getting your house ready for guests often feels like one more chore during such a hectic time of year. That’s why we are bringing you tips for saving time and money when you spruce up your home for the holidays. Assess Your Inventory This is an important first step in the decorating process. Come January, you probably take down your lights and decorations and pack them into boxes. After a year of... Read More