It can be hard to find style and reasonable prices in the IE but Fair Price gives you both. I found them online after searching for a place that actually had a full showroom and not just a limited selection from a couple of major manufacturers. My husband and I are serious about design and plan and select our materials for home renovations and act as our own contractor. We usually end up making many trips to LA every time we start a project. After searching and searching, we were gearing up for an expedition when I found that Shaw (a major manufacturer) listed Fair Price as a showroom. You may not realize this, but carpet outlets pay for the displays from manufacturers and having a large display inventory is a costly proposition, so that's why suburban outlets with lower volumes and price points often skimp on selection. Fair Price has one of the largest show rooms I have seen in a long time. They have all the major brands, plus they have modern selections like Moda. No matter what style you are looking for, from mid-Century modern classic and Dwell-style hip, to campy Las Vegas kitsch, Fair Price has your carpet. Sophisticated or country-style, it is all there and in a range of prices. Tom was extremely helpful and once he saw we were open to suggestions, he took the time to point out some items we would not have picked out on our own. We ended up actually choosing one of his ideas. He also understood our concern about price and was careful to give us a ballpark on each major carpet type we were considering. He ordered samples and followed up as they were scheduled to arrive. Then his installer came and measured, we got a final price and a week later, we had our carpet. The price was just was the name says "fair." Not the cheapest available in the entire region, but certain less than the other outlets we asked to quote. The installer was also very helpful in making sure the installation showed off the carpet to best advantage and seams were in locations where they would stand up to wear and tear and not show. In the course of all the talking, we discovered Fair Price sells window coverings as well as flooring. Tom was very straightforward, saying their person who took care of the window coverings had recently relocated, so he wasn't an expert. They carried mainly Hunter Douglas for the type of shades we were looking for. When I found an obscure HD selection online, he chased it down with his rep and it turned out to be a commercial European shade, something they don't normally deal with. Nevertheless, Tom and his rep got all the information and pricing, and he even got a sample book of similar materials for my review. We made our choice after comparing prices. The price was extremely reasonable and the shades were fantastic. Better service than I could have got in LA and a commercial shade with premium hardware and a better choice of openness factors (how much light/visibility) comes through the fabric) than most of the residential options. The price was very reasonable and installation was flawless. One last comment, Fair Price is in a non-commercial area, kind of off on its own, in an older sort of industrial building. Don't be deceived by the exterior, they have the goods. While there, I repeatedly saw commercial designers and contractors calling for samples and placing orders. Discover this IE secret. You'll be glad you did.