When my wife and I were finally able to buy our own home, it was a huge day for us, and we were very excited to move in but we knew that first we would need to look at some carpet stores. We felt pretty urgent about replacing the carpet, because the carpet that was in there was in an awful, filthy state, and we knew the first time we looked at it that we would definitely need to replace it before we could move in.
It seemed that the reason the carpet was so disgusting was that the former occupants kept around a dozen animals in the house and they had apparently used every inch of carpet as their own personal toilet. We had delayed looking at carpet stores until the papers were all signed and the keys were in our possession, because we were worried about making any commitments until we knew that the sale was going to go through.
We were feeling quite pinched in our finances, as we were facing all of the expenses of purchasing a home and all of the closing costs associated with it, so our main priority was to find carpet that was affordable. Instead of pounding the pavement and wandering into stores at random until we found one that had something we liked, we decided to look on the Internet in order to compare prices and selections in order to whittle down our options.
After a couple minutes of searching, we found a website for a carpet store that looked amazing, so we drove down there planning to pick out our carpet and get it installed immediately. Well, the second we walked in, we were warmly welcomed and the salesperson helped us to evaluate our different options and made certain that we got the best possible price.
We set up the installation time, and were impressed when the installers came on time, worked hard and effectively and did an excellent job with our new carpet. Once the carpet was all installed, we moved all of our things in and got settled, and I was thrilled to be able to walk around barefoot on the brand new comfortable carpet and know that it all belonged to us.