Is your old carpet laid over particle board? If you want a new wood floor, you need to remember that particle board can’t hold nails.
Soggy carpet? Don’t throw it out! Here are Ken’s tips for saving your floor if insurance won’t cover the damage.
In order to nail your flooring installation, we usually plan for a full-day project—no matter how much flooring is being installed.
Believe it or not, choosing the wrong pad could ruin your elegant woven carpet installation. Ken tells you his tip to avoiding this pitfall.
Do no harm: If you rip, zip, stain, pull or otherwise mutilate your floor—call your trusted retailer.
Don’t let your beautiful woven carpet unravel! For especially bulky yarns, add an extra shoe molding.
Think about dust mitigation! Especially with hardwood and tile removal, use plastic protection and consider zipper walls.
Your beautiful new woven carpet won’t last very long if you buy the wrong binding. Make sure you ask for a binding that’s at least 1.25” wide so your carpet doesn’t unravel.
Sometimes, carpets have a "direction." This is particularly true of carpets that have a strong linear pattern. Make sure your retailer knows how you want to carpet laid out before you place your order.
If you want a little bling with your carpet, make sure to avoid evil fibers like viscose and Tencel! Instead, choose durable nylon or polysilk highlights.Learn More