In choosing the perfect carpet for your home, the answer lies primarily in choosing the right fiber. While some fibers are long, soft, and as luxurious as possible, this might not be the right choice for every room in your home. How long you will own the property and its use help in determining whether nylon, polyester or Smartstrand are the best option for you, and will be covered in your consultation. Fiber types and yarn weight affect the cost and are application-specific. The correct fiber ensures you’ll get the best value for your investment.Installation
This is the game-changer. Regardless of the amount of your investment, the finished product will be determined by the installation. This is our focus. Our installers use first quality installation materials; premium seam tape and latex sealers. Oftentimes, the latex sealer is skipped entirely because it is $40 a gallon. We use latex sealer at carpet-to-tile transitions to prevent pulling and fraying. Shims are often required at tile doorways to achieve correct height at transitions as needed. If you've ever stumbled at a transition, you'll appreciate this. Installations are performed to Carpet and Rug Institute cr104 and 105 guidelines, adhering to proper seam-making and power-stretching specifications.Maintenance
Manufacturer research has determined that the first twelve steps upon entry to your home cleans the bottoms of your feet. Shoe removal can curtail soiling, and help keep your carpet looking fresher longer. Manufacturers recommend vacuum-cleaning traffic patterns three times per week.
Oftentimes people ask for a dark color carpet to make soiling less apparent. Dark colors are a personal choice and can be a double-edged sword. Warranty guidelines require truck-mounted steam-cleaning annually, and receipts for proof of proper care. Heavier used carpets can be cleaned twice a year.