Are you planning a dinner party and carpet stain removal is the only thing on your mind, “What if someone spills on my carpet?” Aside from recommending that you don’t serve red wine or coffee, here’s a simple guide for carpet stain removal and your upholstery too. [Read more…]
Wall to Wall Carpet and Area Rugs
Wall to wall carpet and area rug manufacturing to installation, care, cleaning and problem solving for broadloom carpet and decorator area rug products and services.
Perhaps you need new floor covering and are looking for cheap carpet. Purchasing cheap carpet is not always a wise investment for usually you get what you are paying for and in short order the carpet looks terribly worn. Now if you are willing to be creative here is a way you can carpet a room on the cheap and not with cheap carpet but with quality carpet! [Read more…]
One way to learn to appreciate oriental rugs to their fullest is to study the designs. Many of the design elements have significance, and it is known that in some regions it is believed that no rug can be perfect as “Only God is perfect”. We can have our own values and ideas, but the thought behind this is profound. Although we always strive for perfection, we know that all too easily mistakes may be made. Once we know this, we will not fault others for their mistakes and recognize that in our best works there will still be imperfections. [Read more…]
Braided rugs are among the many styles of area rugs used in homes all over the world. They enhance the feel of a room when used as an accent to other decorations. They help protect wood floors and expensive carpet in high traffic areas around the home. And they can also be used to help keep the rooms warm as it insulates the floor. Braided rugs are a type of rug that is popular among those that enjoy a casual or period decorating. [Read more…]
Removing cat urine from carpet or rugs is a whole lot more difficult than from your hardwood floors, tiles or linoleum. No one can pretend that to know why your cat is “doing it” outside his litter box, but there could be many varied reasons. [Read more…]
By Terry Weinheimer, The Weinheimer Group inc
Carpet delamination or separation of the carpets primary and secondary backing is one of the most misunderstood complaints in the carpet industry. Carpet delamination claims usually start out as concerns with seam appearance, a buckled or rippled carpet, fraying at room edges or fraying next to hardwood, ceramic, laminate or other hard surface floor. [Read more…]
The Five Most Common Carpet Installation Mistakes
#5 – FAILURE TO SEQUENCE ROLLS BEFORE MAKING ANY CUTS
Many jobs are cut at the warehouse without consideration to floor layout or installation sequence. This is a huge oversight, which can lead to bowing, skewing, dye lot variations and pattern match problems.
There is a dye lot number, as well as a sequence number, within the dye lot on each roll ticket. In absence of the ticket, there is a time/data stamp on the backing, in military format that can be used to sequence cuts. Allow no more than five minutes of time to lapse between cuts for a more symmetrical installation. [Read more…]
During periods of low humidity conditions, static electricity can be generated walking across a carpet or other floor covering surface. While the consumer will find this irritating it does not mean that the floor covering is defective. [Read more…]