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Re: Average Life of Carpet by Anonymous on July 5, 2007 @22:29

                              
The depreciation range for carpet runs between 5 and 10 years. Most people either use 5 or 7 years. If the LL uses 7 years for depreciation, and the carpet is now 5 yrs old, you could only be charged 2/7 (approx 28.5%) the cost of a carpet that was ruined. If he uses 5 years, you would owe nothing.
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