A Tradition Continues…

A tradition that started over 90 years ago continues today in the heart of Orange County, CA.  Nia, the Pirnia family grandson continues the rug tradition his grandfather started in the early 1920 in Azarbaijan, Iran.

In 1986, he opened Rugco, a rug store in Fountain Valley serving the Orange County, San Diego and Los Angeles.  For the past 26 years, residence, businesses, hotels, designers and builders have relied on the experience, quality and largest selection of area rugs in one massive warehouse centrally located in Orange County CA and easily accessible by major surrounding counties.

Nia wanted to bring the labor intensive, beautiful, unique and rare area rugs to the public at affordable prices.  His experience and integrity coupled with a commitment to customer service and best prices has been a leading success for this rug store in Orange County.

Nia’s involvement in the day to day operation insures that clients will find the finest quality persian rugs of various shapes and sizes.  Area rugs and Broadloom carpet is available to fit any home including any budget.  As if that wasn’t enough, Rugco offers clients a complimentary pick up and delivery.

Rugco is committed to serving the community and providing the highest level of customer service you expect and deserve along with the widest selection of rugs and carpet in Orange County to choose from:

  • Contemporary rugs
  • Traditional Rugs
  • Transitional Rugs
  • Pakistan Rugs
  • Shag Rugs
  • Outdoor Rugs
  • Original Persian Rugs
  • Antique Rugs
  • 100% Silk Rugs
  • Tapestry
  • Children Themed Rugs
  • Solid Color Rugs
  • Accent Throws
  • Accent Pillows
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