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Why everyone needs a design consultation for flooring

It’s not a simple matter of just buying flooring but, rather, finding the right one to address your specific needs and to work with your decor and personal style.

The floor sets the entire atmosphere of any given space.

There's a good reason why designers often cry, “Design from the floor up!”

Wakulla Carpet Brokers has been in business since 1992. We’re owners Curt and Wanda Daniels and we want to become your one-source shopping for all your flooring needs.

Curt, especially, knows his way around this business, having been in the industry for over 40 years.

We have a fully stocked inventory with every type of flooring. Our job isn’t just to sell, but also to educate, and that is why we provide a design consultation service.

Our showroom is in Crawfordville, FL and we serve Tallahassee, East Point, Fort St Joe, St. George Island and Monticello. We offer a free in-home measurement.

Why this service?

The consultation helps you plan, get inspired, develop a theme and create a budget.

Whenever anyone builds or remodels, there are numerous decisions to be made. You need to sift and sort through all the design noise.

This is whether you’re a retailer looking to remodel the store to appeal to your target buyer or a builder looking to develop aesthetically pleasing housing that also addresses the issue of safety and special needs.

Our consultations are tailored to your business. For example, builder programs may include helping developers of senior living housing face a monumental challenge. That is, to create the comfortable and familiar surroundings they require, while still addressing issues like safety, security and ADA compliance.
Design consultation in Crawfordville, FL area from Wakulla Carpet Brokers

What can you expect from this consultation?

The provider or designer does several things: He or she provides inspiration and assists in brainstorming themes while analyzing construction and finishes.

It also helps you make wise financial decisions. Jumping at the lowest price causes more headaches in the long-term, when it comes to costly repairs, replacements, delays, early deterioration and more. The question isn’t whether you can afford something but, rather, it becomes: “Can you afford poor quality?”

What should I bring?

If you havethem, fabric samples, color chips, photos from design pages are good. It will help the designer see your vision more clearly.

Most of all, bring your questions and concerns so that the designer can address them.