Google the word “carpet” and “red carpet” is the top search term that often comes up. Although Plum doesn’t (and will never) sell red carpet, we do offer “red carpet” customer service that is second to none! In fact, we may just be in the running for 2021’s Oscars…fingers crossed. So, what’s so great about Plum’s carpet and vinyl planks?
Intelligent Shopping Process
Plum is the first company to have a fully online shopping process for new flooring that includes local installation services. It’s really the best of both worlds. Online savings, local install service. Boom.
We use customer’s address information to research their home and provide instant by the room pricing for their project. It’s 2021, pretty much everything about us and our homes are available online. We don’t send someone out to a potential customers house in order to “hard sell” them on how great Plum is. Instead, we use an advance data-driven pricing system to provide Plum Perfect Pricing.
Next, we don’t ask customers to “trust-us” about how great our products are…they are so great, we provide the performance testing information and even send out large free samples directly to the customers’ home! You might ask, “How can Plum afford to send out so many free samples?” The answer is simple. Once customers feel how great our products are, they typical place an order!
Personal Design Consultant
Lastly, all of our projects come with a highly skilled (and super friendly) Design Consultant. Our consultants are available via phone, text, chat, email, snail mail, and carrier pigeon to answer any and all questions you may have. They are highly skilled in flooring and love to chat about colors, products, design ideas, and the weather if you’d like.
We hope you’ll checkout our color options and place an order with us soon!
When selecting new carpet, the first big step is to determine what color will look best in your home. It’s important to mention that flooring in a home should always be nature-inspired neutral color in order to provide design flexibility. Take all the accent colors (greens, reds, blues, etc.) out of consideration. It might seem like a fun idea to decorate with accent colors, but never for your new flooring.