Lechmere Rug Company Boston US Map & Phone & Address
• 200 O’Brien Hwy, Cambridge; (617) 876-9700
Lechmere Rugs is a small place that deals directly with several mills, in high volume, to offer discounts on first-quality factory surplus and closeouts. You can find nylon carpeting for under $10 a yard, and wool blends from $21.99 a yard about half of retail.
A 6’ x 9’ remnant may go for $60, a bit more if you want one that’s bound. Orientals start around $150. Lechmere also offers full service throughout the Boston area and beyond, with padding and installation available; they are open seven days a week, including weeknights until 9.
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