No matter how carefully you treat your carpets, eventually the carpets will require replacement.
It is important that you do some research on the available carpets as each type of carpet has good points and bad points.
Finding the right carpet for you depends on your lifestyle and personal design/colour preferences.
It is crucial to have the carpet vacuumed before is removed. This will ensure that the dust and debris will not end up in the air and in the rest of the property.
If the carpets are contaminated with mould or animal urine extra steps are required to protect your health.
It is important as well that the floor is dry before a new carpet is installed. In some cases the old adhesive will require removing especially if you are dealing with cutback adhesive.
The whole process of replacing a carpet is deceiving. Initially it looks that the whole process involves only cutting, rolling and tucking the carpet in place.
Keep in mind that you may require additional professional tools to complete the job which may prove too expensive for a one time job. Stretching the carpet in a professional manner is a big part of the job.
Patterned carpets, always buy 5%- 10% extra as the wastage will be higher compared to a non-patterned carpet. The bigger the pattern the bigger the wastage.
For the large areas of your property you may require to seam the carpet. In this case you need a good carpet seamer and you need to take your time and measure everything twice to make sure the carpet pieces will join perfect.
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