My first Barrington experience was 4 years ago when I had a small basement flood, and, at the lat minute, I decided to replace the carpet versus have it deep-cleaned. I needed it quick to work with my clean-up company. I figured the cheapest and and quickest method would be to hit the huge corporate home improvement stores. Well, both had underwhelming carpet and high prices, and, couldn't install for a week or two. Disgruntled, I went to a few blocks south on Arlington to Barrington. They had way-nicer carpet at a lower price, in-stock, and they were at my house the next morning to install. Salesman Dan Kaylor guided me through the almost overwhelming selection and explained different types of carpet material in detail. The workmanship and quality were so good that my basement now looked better than my upstairs........so, 3 months later, I had them re-carpet the living room, hall and 3 bedrooms. In both cases, I bought carpet from their huge discount "remnant room". The basement alone was 13x40 feet, and they had that much carpet in-stock as a "remnant." Last month, I had them install luxury vinyl tile planks in 3 rooms that previously had a checkerboard of carpet, vinyl and epoxy flooring....now it is all tied together with one continuous spread of waterproof vinyl planks that look like real wood and really jazzed up the space. Barrington's installer worked until 11:15pm on a Friday night to complete the job. I've heard Barrington is a huge supplier of carpet and flooring to home builders, maybe that explains their huge selection, and, the ability to make it all happen quickly and easily....and the volume of flooring they buy must be what keeps their prices so low.