Best Flooring, Part 2

Best Flooring, Part 2

Best Flooring

Continued from Best Flooring, Part 1

Are you looking for the best flooring selection in Santa Cruz County? One customer remarked that she had been to several big stores in San Jose but Rainbow Carpets had better selections in less space.

Services include free estimates, free decorating services, discounts, and zero percent financing–kinds of services that can only come from a small local business such as Rainbow Carpets.

Floor Covering Remnants

The store also offers remnants of floor covering left after servicing commercial and residential places. “They are so nice and inexpensive,” said Dean. “It’s worth the drive from anywhere on the central coast.”

In the past, a bin was placed just outside of the store with remnants suitable for small spaces and fun decorating. But Rainbow Carpets’ business has grown so much and with it, the size and quantity of remnants offered.

Best Flooring Service

“If you want our kind of service, you need to think outside the big box stores,” Dean said. “We have recently gone back to our company name Rainbow Carpets to better serve our community.” This move granted him the flexibility to accept large commercial work such as with West Marine.

Prior to this, Rainbow Carpets had closed their Santa Cruz and Gilroy locations to reduce their overhead and to lower prices. Dean proudly stated that such a strategy enabled him to “better serve our community on a much more personal basis.”

Happy Customers

He smiled, saying, “We love to have a happy customer when it is all done.”

Fifty years — a remarkable milestone. “We are still here because we have always cared about our customers and the products we give them,” he said.

Dean and his wife Rochelle are grateful to the community for their many years of loyalty. They can’t thank them enough except by being a small family-owned business that works its hardest in providing the best possible products and services for all their customers from Santa Cruz to Monterey.


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