Companies that sell carpet seconds include Georgia Carpet Industries, DaltonCarpet.com, Carpet Depot, OwenCarpet.com and Pelletier Rug Company. Georgia Carpet Industries, which is located in Dalton, Georgia, sells carpet remainders for residential consumers. The company stocks Berber, frieze, and cut-and loop-carpets, and it sends samples to consumers. Georgia Carpet also stocks pet-friendly, stain-resistant remainder carpeting.
DaltonCarpet.com sells carpet seconds on its closeout page. The company sends sample swatches of its remainders upon request. It stocks a variety of styles, including commercial loop, textured and plush carpet. In some cases, its carpet seconds are only available by the roll.
Carpet Depot, which is located in Marietta and Mableton, Georgia, offers carpet remainders from brands such as Mohawk, Shaw and Beaulieu. Its inventory includes affordable discontinued carpet models, factory seconds and older models; these are available by the roll or pre-cut. The company also provides padding and installation for carpet seconds.
OwenCarpet.com purchases its carpet seconds and discounted products directly from manufacturers. Its older inventory and discontinued models are under manufacturer warranty; it offers other carpet seconds below wholesale prices. The company lists any irregularities in the carpet on its website. It also checks remainders for major damage or irregularities before offering them for sale.
Pelletier Rug Company purchases carpet remainders from manufacturers and sells them at discounted prices. The company's remnants include carpeting suitable for area rugs, wall-to-wall carpeting and stair carpeting. Pelletier Rug displays its carpet remnants at its Danvers, Massachusetts, location. Its estimators can help consumers measure a space and determine the amount of carpet necessary for a particular project.