Beltsville, MD (PRWEB) April 11, 2012 - Contract Carpet One, the premier retailer for carpeting and flooring in Maryland and the greater DC metro area, announced the celebration of National Karastan Month starting in April. The retailer will be offering significant discounts and specials on all lines of Karastan products.
Karastan is a leading manufacturer of quality wool carpeting. The Karastan brand was developed by Marshall Field & Co. in 1928 in North Carolina. The brand delivers an unparalleled carpeting innovation – high quality oriental designs at reasonable price points. Today, Karastan remains a top performer in wool carpeting and continues to offer inventive designs and durable rugs that are non-allergenic, fire safe, static resistant and remarkably easy to clean.
Contract Carpet One is proud to offer an extensive line of Karastan products. The retailer will be offering 20% off all Karastan carpeting starting April 18th through June 6th.
Kurt Zanelotti, Owner & President, looks forward to National Karastan Month every spring. “Many homeowners look to remodel or refresh their flooring come spring. National Karastan Month provides a great opportunity for those looking to redesign with one of the leading brands in carpeting. We are proud to represent Karastan and look forward to celebrating this month by offering customers exceptional discounts on all Karastan products,” stated Zanelotti.
The Beltsville carpet provider has spent over 30 years in the region, and has three generations of experience in providing Maryland carpet installation, commercial flooring, hardwood flooring and more to both homes and businesses.About Contract Carpet One
Contract Carpet Systems/Contract Carpet One is one of the leading flooring providers in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metro area. Contract Carpet Systems is licensed and operating in four states, as well as the District of Columbia.
Contract Carpet Systems was opened in 1976 by Tony Zanelotti, the son of an Italian immigrant and title setter, Louis. Tony learned the craft of ceramic installation, before he was called into action in World War II. Upon returning to the States, Tony worked as a DC police officer while moonlighting for a local rug company before eventually opening Contract Carpet Systems.
In 1985, his son Kurt came on as the third generation of Zanelotti’s in the floor covering trade. Today, Kurt operates as President and Owner for both Contract Carpet Systems, and Contract Carpet One Floor and Home.