Our high volume sales enable us to buy for less and pass on the savings to our customers.
Carpetman of Milton is one of the largest and most experienced flooring companies in Central Pennsylvania. We have many choices in flooring from the luxury of carpet to hardwood, laminate, ceramic tile, and vinyl flooring and we are experts at installing. After all, we have been doing flooring for over 40 years and no one has more experience, NO ONE. Our high volume sales enable us to sell flooring every day at prices as low, or lower than other flooring store’s sale prices. When you are ready to shop, you can count on our experience to guide you to the perfect flooring solution.
We have 6 crews of professional carpet installers making it possible to handle anything from the smallest flooring installation to large commercial installs. All of our installers have a minimum of 20 years experience assuring you quality work done on time and on budget.
Some quick rules of thumb when choosing the right type of flooring are listed below.
Durability and ease of cleaning are top criteria. Good choices are linoleum, ceramic tile–both very common–and wood. Linoleum is inexpensive and provides an easy-to-clean surface and comes in countless designs. Ceramic tiles are even better. Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) is one of the most popular types of flooring today, and we have a great selection in stock at all times.
Even more so than kitchens, bathrooms obviously see a lot of moisture. Linoleum, ceramic tile are popular and functional flooring choices.
This boils down to a matter of personal choice. Some people like tile in their living areas, some wood, others carpet, perhaps all three. Tile offers exotic style but can feel cold and hard underfoot most people choose carpet because it a bit more cozy.
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We install what we sell in Milton, Lewisburg, Mifflinburg, Sunbury, Danville, Watsontown, New Columbia and surrounding areas, and have full time installation crews. Choosing a floor is a big decision, but it doesn’t have to be overly stressful. Plan ahead, asking yourself all the important questions beforehand, including who will use the room, what atmosphere you hope to create, and maintaining it, and of course, what you’re willing to spend. Having done that, you’ll be well on your way to picking the perfect floor. And keep in mind: