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Best Carpet for Active Kids

Posted on: July 21st, 2019

Everyone knows that carpet is the most comfortable flooring surface for kids to play on. From infant hands and knees to rambunctious ten-year-olds, a nicely padded carpet will save your kids from a lot of bumps and bruises. But sometimes, kids aren’t always as kind to your carpets as the carpets are to them. Spilled…

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Sweetening the Deal: Show Your Real Estate Clients You Care

Posted on: July 17th, 2019

It’s easy to think of selling a house as a one-time thing — after all, people don’t buy houses all that often. But you’d be surprised how valuable it is to make a lasting impression on a real estate client. According to the National Association of Realtors, the median age of repeat home buyers is…

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Why Berber Is the Best Carpet for Your Rental Property

Posted on: July 13th, 2019

The flooring in a rental property takes a lot of extra punishment, especially in high-traffic areas. You want your unit to be attractive to new tenants, but you can’t control how it’s treated by whoever’s living there. Tenants often don’t take care of the carpet as well as they would if they owned the place,…

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How to Convince Your Clients They Need New Carpet

Posted on: July 10th, 2019

So you’re selling a house that your clients have been living in for the last 15 years, and you want to get the best price. Your clients are on board with a fresh coat of paint and new fixtures and appliances in the kitchen, but they’re digging their heels in when it comes to tearing…

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The Best Carpet for High Traffic Areas in Your Home

Posted on: July 6th, 2019

Choosing a carpet can be difficult — you want it to be comfortable enough to walk around on, attractive enough to go with your furniture, and durable enough to last ten years or more. As if that weren’t enough, there are hundreds of options to choose from, including fiber, material, pattern, texture, and style. It…

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The 3 Best Carpets for Selling Your Client’s Home

Posted on: July 1st, 2019

Fixing up a house you’re trying to sell is a tricky balance. You don’t want to spend so little that the house loses curb appeal, but you also don’t want to sink more money into the house than you can get back in the sale price. One of the most important areas of the house…

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Sisal Carpet: What It Is and Why to Buy It

Posted on: June 28th, 2019

In recent years, the popularity of natural carpet fibers has been on the rise. Many consumers are becoming more concerned about the environment, and the plastics that go into most carpet materials aren’t as friendly on the environment as they’d like. There are lots of options for natural fibers when it comes to carpet, including…

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How Replacing Carpets Can Help You Sell Houses Faster

Posted on: June 26th, 2019

Selling a house is a balancing act — you want to increase the value of the house to get the best price you can, but you also want to move the house quickly without spending months (and thousands of dollars) completing renovations first. How do you prioritize what needs to be fixed up before the…

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Following Sloane’s — How We Source Our Carpets

Posted on: June 20th, 2019

Sloane’s Carpet Secret has been serving the Denver community’s carpet needs since 1979, providing name brand carpets at discount prices, usually more than 50% off of manufacturers’ suggested retail prices. Want to know how we do it? Keep reading! The Sloane’s Carpet Secret So how do we manage to keep prices so low? By selling…

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4 Essential Steps to Prevent Carpet Mold and Mildew

Posted on: June 18th, 2019

Mold in your home is a serious problem, and it’s even more serious when it comes to your carpets. Black mold and other types of mold can release spores that aggravate allergic reactions, prompt asthma attacks, and even pose a health threat to people and pets. It can also degrade the fibers of your carpet,…

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