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Tips for Buying Flooring Wholesale

By Andrew White Subscribe to RSS | December 8th 2011 | Views:

Getting a good deal on flooring for your home or commercial project doesn’t have to mean sacrificing style or selection to get the value you want. You simply have to “go where the pros go” in order to get the best prices. When buying flooring wholesale, there are a few important points to keep in mind as you shop:

You Can Find Most of Today’s Most Popular Brands

One of the best ways to save hundreds or even thousands of dollars on top quality products is to buy from a name you know and trust. Buying flooring wholesale means that you get direct access to well known manufacturers like Shaw, Armstrong, Mohawk, Daltile and more. You’ll find considerable savings over retail prices while still being able to choose from some of the best brands in the flooring industry. These days, deals on flooring aren’t just reserved for trades professionals or retailers.

Buy into a Membership

You may have heard of different “buyers clubs” that let you buy direct from the manufacturer. These types of wholesale purchasing warehouses buy in bulk and pass the savings on to you. When purchasing flooring wholesale, you’ll want to consider such an option carefully to make sure that the savings you get on your new floors outweigh the cost of your membership. In these cases, you really do get what you pay for – including helpful staff and knowledgeable support from pre-sales to installation, warranties and guarantees.

Not Sure What Kind of Floor You Want?

Getting your flooring wholesale means knowing precisely what kind of floor you want, and then making sure you get the best possible deal on it. That being said, even if you’re not sure what type of flooring is best suited for your particular project, there’s help available. Since many of these wholesale flooring stores were designed with professionals in mind, they understand which types of flooring do best in different types of environments and under different kinds of stress.

For example, if you’re renovating a room that sees a lot of moisture, such as a kitchen or bath, or possibly an entryway, you’ll want to consider tile or resilient flooring. If you’re redecorating a room to make it more of a focal point in your home, hardwood or laminate would be a better choice. Bedrooms and dens are the perfect rooms for new carpeting or laminate flooring, depending on how much they’ll be used.

Here again, choosing flooring from a wholesale dealer doesn’t mean you have to feel like you’re “on your own”. Having knowledgeable staff on hand to help you and answer all your questions is one of the biggest ways to save. Not only will you save money this way, but you’ll save time, effort and hassle over trying to understand it all yourself. Getting a wholesale deal means you’ll enjoy considerable savings over retail while having access to the latest designs and improvements that the flooring professions and manufacturers have to offer. For today’s savvy homeowner, there’s no better way to save.

Andrew White - About Author:
Andrew White writes about buying flooring wholesale and other home improvement topics out of Seattle. Always looking for the highest quality materials at the best price he tends to end up shopping at more often than not.

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