Spanish Fork

Building a home in Spanish Fork? Is it time to renovate? Whether you need new floor coverings for the first time, need to replace worn-out carpet, or want to update your wood, tile, or linoleum, we can help! There’s no one with more knowledge, more products to offer, or finer customer service to help you find the right floor for your home.

We work with many builders and designers in Spanish Fork! We can get your home measurements from your plans and make sure installation goes as scheduled to get you in your new home as quickly as possible. We also have blinds and area rugs to simplify your building/buying process!

If you’re renovating, we can help you find a new style carpet or hard surface that is durable and timeless so you will love it for a long time. Our installers do a great job at tearing out the old and installing the new. We know living in a reno is exhausting, and we do our part quickly so you can get your house back in order!

We are experts at educating you on all of your options and helping you pick the floor that best suits your lifestyle and your budget. Some of the most common flooring types are carpet, wood, LVP (Luxury Vinyl Planking), and tile. We also offer gym floors and any kind of indoor or outdoor flooring you can think of! Below are some of the main features of each flooring type.

Carpet is warm, comfy, and affordable. It is great in nearly all rooms of your home, but in Spanish Fork it’s most common in bedrooms, basements, and kid play areas.

Wood is high end, and each plank is unique. Having wood in your home actually raises your home’s value as well. Wood is often found in kitchen and main living areas. We also sell area rugs to go along with your wood!

Tile is durable, doesn’t dent, and is commonly in bathrooms and laundry rooms because it's great with water.

Although there are many other flooring types, the last we'll mention is LVP (Luxury Vinyl Planking). It comes in individual planks that are made of plastic or vinyl but look like wood. LVP is growing in popularity since it looks like wood, is less expensive, and is more water and scratch resistant than wood.

Why Carpets America? We’ve been around since the 1970’s and are experts in all things flooring. We have high quality installers and we make sure your job gets done right. Contact us today or come on in and we’ll help you get the best flooring for you in your home.