Even if you are good at home improvements, know that installing carpet requires a specialized skill. A quality installation is critical to the performance of your carpet and will help protect your indoor air quality. For all aspects of the installation, our installers adhere to, The Carpet and Rug Institutes, Carpet Installations Standards.
Please keep these things in mind at the time of purchase and what you might need to handle yourself in order to cut costs and complete your project as efficient as possible. For example, there may be an additional charge to move your furniture.
Remove all breakable items from area being carpeted and detach and store wiring from TVs, stereos, VCR/DVD and computers.
Determine who will remove and dispose of the existing carpet and cushion, there may be additional charges . Check recycling options in your area.
Understand that carpet installed over a separate cushion must be power stretched to prevent bubbling and wrinkling later.
New, thicker carpet may prevent doors from swinging clear and free. Your installer may remove the doors and rehang them if possible. If the doors do not clear, it will be up to you to arrange to have them trimmed.
Our installers follow the all instructions from the carpet manufacturer and/or those set forth in the CRI (Carpet and Rug Institute)
Before installers arrive, complete other remodeling projects intended in the room, such as painting and wallpapering. Vacuum the old carpet to avoid the possibility of airborne dust and dirt.