Frequently Asked Questions

Are you open to the public?   Yes we are.  We sell both retail and to the trade.


What is the lowest price carpet you have?    Our lowest price at this time is 44.2 cents per square foot. That is the same as $3.98 per square yard.   Stop by Carpet Warehouse and see what a true value this is.


Do you sell carpet padding?  Yes, we have many different choices.  Our trained sales staff can help you choose the best pad for your carpet.


What are your hours? Open Monday through Saturday  9am- 6pm.  We are closed on Sundays and some holidays.


I am having trouble choosing carpet.  Where do I start?  Bring in your room measurements and a sample of your favorite element in the room (a pillow or paint chip, for example).  Our staff has an average of nine years' experience helping customers like you find just the right match for their flooring needs.


Do you have samples I can take home?   We sell carpet directly from the roll.  If you require a sample from one of our rolls, we will be happy to sell you a square yard of any carpet you are considering.  Factory samples can be misleading, because dyelots and materials change over time.  The only way to know exactly what you are getting is to purchase from us.


I have a sample of what I want.  Can you get it for me?  We may not have exactly the same carpet, but if you bring in your sample, we can often match your selection and save you 40% from retail stores.


I am looking for a lot of carpet.  Are there discounts available?  All of our carpet is clearly priced on the tag.  However, if you purchase an entire roll or a clearance piece, additional discounts are available.


Is financing available?  We do not offer financing.  We accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover, as well as debit card purchases.


Do you provide an installer for my carpet purchase?   We do not install;  however, over the last 40 years we have developed a list of independent installers. At the time of purchase you are given a copy of the list.  The installers can measure your job site, and install your carpet when you are ready. We have many excellent installers on the list and they are often able to do your installation the next day, or whenever you are ready.


Are the installers able to move furniture?   Most installers will move furniture.  Be sure to discuss this with them when you arrange the installation.

How do I get my carpet and padding to the job site?  Most customers have the installer take the carpet to the job site, or you are welcome to take the carpet with you the same day.  We can also put you in contact with a delivery company.  We are happy to hold your carpet until the installation, up to 30 days.  If you need additional time, you can speak to a manager.


Am I able to dispose of my used carpet and padding, in the recycling trailer at Carpet Warehouse?  We do have a recycling trailer on the property, and for a small fee our customers may use the trailer. While not all carpeting or padding can be recycled, you should check with your sales associate for information on how the carpet and padding need to be rolled up, and if your used material can be recycled.


I don't live close to the warehouse.  Will the carpet layers install my carpet if I live far away?        The carpet layers  on our list have gone all the way to San Diego, Santa Barbara, Fresno, and Las Vegas.  It's one of the reasons we are "worth the drive from anywhere."  We have sold carpet to homeowners who live in all the following communities and beyond:

Acton, Adelanto, Agoura Hills, Alhambra, Aliso Viejo, Altadena, Anaheim, Apple Valley, Arcadia, Artesia, Azusa, Baker, Baldwin Park, Banning, Barstow, Beaumont, Bell, Bellflower, Bell Gardens, Beverly Hills, Big Bear City, Big Bear Lake, Big Pine, Bishop, Bloomington, Blue Jay, Boron, Brea, Buena Park, Burbank, Cabazon, Calabasas, California City, Calimesa, Camarillo, Canoga Park, Canyon Country, Capistrano Beach, Carson, Castaic, Cedar Glen, Cerritos, Chatsworth, Chino, Chino Hills, City of Industry, Claremont, Colton, Compton, Corona, Corona Del Mar, Costa Mesa, Covina, Crestline, Culver City, Cypress, Daggett, Dana Point, Death Valley, Diamond Bar, Downey, Duarte, Earp, East Irvine, Edwards, El Monte, El Segundo, Encino, Fillmore, Fontana, Foothill Ranch, Fountain Valley, Ft Irwin, Fullerton, Gardena, Garden Grove, Glendale, Glendora, Granada Hills, Grand Terrace, Hacienda Heights, Harbor City, Hawthorne, Helendale, Hemet, Hermosa Beach, Hesperia, Highland, Homeland, Huntington Beach, Huntington Park, Idyllwild, Independence, Inglewood, Irvine, Joshua Tree, La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta, Ladera Ranch, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, La Habra, Lake Arrowhead, Lake Elsinore, Lake Forest, Lake Hughes, Lakewood, La Mirada, Lancaster, La Palma, La Puente, La Verne, Lawndale, Littlerock, Loma Linda, Lomita, Lone Pine, Long Beach, Los Alamitos, Los Angeles, Lucerne Valley, Lynwood, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, March Afb, Marina Del Rey, Maywood, Menifee, Mentone, Midway City, Mira Loma, Mission Hills, Mission Viejo, Mojave, Monrovia, Montclair, Montebello, Monterey Park, Montrose, Moorpark, Moreno Valley, Mount Baldy, Mount Wilson, Murrieta, Needles, Newberry Springs, Newbury Park, Newhall, Newport Beach, Newport Coast, Norco, North Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Norwalk, Nuevo, Oak Park, Oak View, Ojai, Olancha, Ontario, Orange, Orange County, Oro Grande, Oxnard, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Palmdale, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Panorama City, Paramount, Parker Dam, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Perris, Phelan, Pico Rivera, Placentia, Playa Del Rey, Point Mugu, Pomona, Port Hueneme, Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rancho Santa Margarita, Randsburg, Redlands, Redondo Beach, Reseda, Rialto, Ridgecrest, Riverside, Rosamond, Rosemead, Rowland Heights, San Bernardino, San Clemente, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Jacinto, San Juan Capistrano, San Marino, San Pedro, Santa Ana, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Santa Paula, Seal Beach, Sherman Oaks, Shoshone, Sierra Madre, Silverado, Simi Valley, Somis, South El Monte, South Gate, South Pasadena, Stanton, Stevenson Ranch, Studio City, Sun City, Sunland, Sunset Beach, Sun Valley, Sylmar, Tarzana, Temecula, Temple City, Thousand Oaks, Topanga, Torrance, Trabuco Canyon, Trona, Tujunga, Tustin, Twentynine Palms, Twin Peaks, Universal City, Upland, Valencia, Valley Village, Van Nuys, Venice, Ventura, Victorville, Vidal, Villa Park, Walnut, West Covina, West Hills, West Hollywood, Westlake Village, Westminster, Whittier, Wildomar, Wilmington, Winchester, Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Wrightwood, Yermo, Yorba Linda, Yucaipa, Yucca Valley,Saugus,Westchester,Hidden Hills, Phelan,,,,the best place for discount carpeting!!


What are the different types of fiber for carpeting?  Carpet is made with four different types of face yarn.  Wool, Nylon, Olefin, and polyester.  Most of the carpets we carry have nylon pile, however we do carry all of the different types of face yarns, along with blends of more then one type of yarn.  Here is some basic information on the different types of yarn commonly used in carpet.


Nylon:  Nylon is used in a high percentage of all carpets manufactured in the United States.  Nylon is higher priced than polyester and olefin, it has advantages that make it the more desirable yarn type.  Nylon has outstanding wear-resistance and can be cleaned readily.


Olefin Olefin is a strong fiber that will resist wear and staining.  Is is colorfast and is very easy to clean.  Olefin is a filament fiber and is commonly used in commercial and berber carpeting.


Polyester;  Polyester has a very soft hand.  Polyester has excellent color clarity and retains its color, and is easy to clean.  Polyester is often made from recycled plastic bottles.


Staple and Filament:  Both nylon and polyester can be made in a staple or filament. 

  • Staple fiber are short lengths of fiber, that have been chopped from continuous filament and then twisted  together to form a spun yarn.  While staple products bloom more, giving a "bigger hand" or "fuller hand" they also will shed some of the loose yarn.
  • Filament fiber or BCF (bulked continuous filament) are continuous strands of fiber that have been texturized to increase the resiliency and bulk of the fiber.  The continuous strands allow the yarn tips to be smooth and have a fine or clean finish, and minimize shedding. 


What are the different types of construction for carpeting?  All tufted carpet start out as a loop pile construction.  After the carpet has been looped the style of the carpet is defined by what happens to the loops, are the loops cut, left looped, or some cut and some looped.


Cut pile carpet comes in different finishes, Velvet carpet, plush carpet, saxony carpet shag carpet, and Frieze carpeting  While all of these are cut pile, carpets differ in yarn twist levels.  This twist allows the manufacturers to change the look and feel of the carpet.


Level loop carpet consists of loops that are the same height and are not cut.This creates a smooth level surface.  This type of construction is used for commercial carpet as well as berber styles.  This is a great choice for high traffic areas.


Cut and loop carpet are carpets that have both cut and looped tufts of yarn.  This provides a variety of textures, including sculptured effects like squares, or swirls etc.  These are also called LCL (level cut loop).


Multi-Level loop carpets are made with two three different loop heights to create a pattern or sculpeured look.      This type of carpet tends to hide traffic patterns and soiling.  While this type of carpet provides good durability and a more casual looking apperance. 


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6111 Randolph St
Los Angeles, CA 90040
Phone:  323 888-2424 323 888-2424


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