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“Made in The U.S.A. MATTERS!”

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Here at The Carpet House, Inc. We take providing quality “Made in the U.S.A.” flooring very seriously.
What many people don’t realize is that our flooring products are  Made right here in The U.S.A!*

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We feature a fantastic product called SMARTSTRAND…this carpet not only boasts durability, ease of cleaning and softness AND it is made from corn harvested here in Whiteside County!! *

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And don’t forget our amazing selection of hardwood and laminate flooring!
Our line of Columbia products offer an excellent selection of newest colors and styles….All Made In The U.S.A.

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Locally grown, harvested and crafted here in the United States. Our Classic American hardwood floors are designed to enhance any style of d├ęcor. Each floor with its own personality. Each floor as unique as your home.”
Beautiful, durable and quality flooring …ALL Made right here.YES!! Buying U.S.A. MATTERS: Providing jobs for our families and helping the American economy!

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So….next time you are thinking of rushing to the big box….THINK “MADE IN THE U.S.A” and stop by The Carpet House, Inc.
For over 17 years, we have offered FREE MEASURES AND NO-OBLIGATION QUOTES. So stop by our showroom located on Main Street In Morrison, I’m or call us at 815-772-8846!

* Only one of our carpet lines is not Made In The U.S.A. and that is our New Zealand Wool Line. But that’s ok because New Zealand is cool!!

* Many of our local farmers produce corn for the Co-op that provides the corn for Smartstrand. How do we know this? Well, we asked them!