Carpets Unlimited now services 30,000 units and runs 24 crews daily. The company stocks over 40,000 yards of carpet and pad along with pallets of VCT, LVT, plank, ceramic tile, hardwood and cove base for same day service. The company still operates on Robert’s philosophy of great service and quality workmanship.
After a long battle with Mesothelioma, Robert Wirwicz founder of Carpets Unlimited passes away on February 20th at the young age of sixty-seven.
The company outgrows their Malden location and relocates to a 10,000 sqft. Danvers office. Carpets Unlimited doubles in sales once again from the year past.
Within one year the company grows from servicing 4,000 units to 10,000 units and now runs eight crews.
Carpets Unlimited continues to run three crews servicing approximately 4,000 units. Robert is diagnosed with Mesothelioma and is forced to retire because of the removal of his lung. Brothers Derek and Jarrod no longer install and take over Robert’s position in running the company. Derek and Jarrod redevelop the company business plan and marketing strategy. The company continues to offer exceptional service and workmanship at an unbeatable price.
Carpets Unlimited purchases their first building located in Malden, Massachusetts. The building is 1,600 sqft. and has the ability to stock more carpet. The company now offers next day service to the property managers they service.
Carpets Unlimited continues to grow, Jarrod begins working full time for the company. With the purchase of another van the company is now able to run three crews.
The company moves once again to a larger shop in East Boston where they will remain for the next eleven years. Robert’s son Jarrod starts working summers installing for the company.
Growing steadily, Carpets Unlimited relocates to a larger shop in East Boston right next door to the first one and stocks approximately 2,000 yards of carpet. Robert no longer installs carpet and does mostly estimating and the company’s paperwork.
Carpets Unlimited now services approximately 1,000 units and is forced to move out of their one bay garage in Revere to a small shop in East Boston, Massachusetts.