Germantown Carpet And Flooring Store
Carpetland USA Flooring Center is now open Germantown!
Our brand new location is right across the street from Walmart. In the heart of Germantown, Carpetland USA Flooring Center is the perfect place for anyone looking for new flooring. Locally owned and operated, Carpetland USA is proud to have a Germantown carpet and flooring showroom providing residents amazing options for their flooring needs.
As one of the largest carpet and flooring businesses in Wisconsin, Carpetland USA brings over 20 years of expertise to Germantown. We know how tricky it is picking the right carpet and flooring! Our Germantown carpet experts are here to help. We’re confident that you’ll have no problem finding the right carpet and flooring, all at a great price! When you walk into our Germantown location, you’ll be greeted by our knowledgeable and courteous staff.
Germantown Carpet Store
W188 N9875 Maple Rd
Germantown WI 53022
Monday-Friday : 10:00 AM-8:00 PM
Saturday : 10:00 AM-6:00 PM
Sunday : 11:00 AM-5:00 PM
Our Germantown Carpet Store Offers Total Flooring
Carpet, hardwood, laminate, tile/stone, or just that area rug you’ve been looking for, our Germantown carpet store has all flooring types available to choose from. We’re proud to offer such a large selection of products. No matter what style, budget, or color, you’ll find it here!
Can’t make it to our Germantown store? Carpetland USA has multiple locations all throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. No matter where you are, Carpetland USA Flooring Center is close to you. If you’re unable to visit one of our showrooms, then give us a call and we’ll come to you. We’ll bring our expertise and selection right to your home with a free home estimate.
More about Germantown Wisconsin
Germantown is on the top 10 list of Wisconsin’s best places to live. It enjoys all four seasons, being located in the Midwest, and makes the most of every one of them. And while summers are mild, winters can supply enough snow to satisfy even the most seasoned skier, snowmobiler, ice fisherman, snowboarder, and more.
Germantown and surrounding area attractions that are popular with not just visitors but longtime residents as well are places like the Germantown Historical Society’s Dheinsville Historic Park (and other local and/or historic parks), Schauer Arts and Activities Center, West Bend’s Washington County Fair, and the Silla Lidia Bast Bell Museum and Fire Hall (as well as other museums). Also highly notable are Milwaukee’s numerous festivals held at Henry Maier Festival Park, and magnificent Holy Hill.
As bars and restaurants go, high marks go to Sports Corner Bar and Grill, Belly Up, Von Rothenberg Bier Stube, and the Hairy Lemon Irish Pub. Nearby Milwaukee and Sussex offer various nighttime entertainment venues including comedy clubs and dance clubs.
If you’re considering a move to Germantown, you may be interested to know that its unemployment rate is well below the national average, as is the average commute time. If you’ll be driving to Chicago for work, however, the commute is approximately 90 miles south. You can purchase median homes for under $275,000, and home appreciation has risen 1.1% in the last year. Culture and art have contributed significantly to this area which has undergone a downtown revitalization through time. Additionally, it receives high marks for a low crime rate, a high graduation rate, and a large number of local amenities.