Think about it: To come up with things like Funnel Cake Bacon Queso Burgers or Tamale Donuts you have to be pretty knowledgeable about food. It’s not just a matter of how the food tastes, but of how the different textures and ingredients will react to one another. You can’t take shortcuts; you need to measure precisely, analyze the results to determine what needs improving, and you need to use the right equipment. We’re sure many of you have watched those Top Chefs shows, so how many will remember judges saying things like “needs more acid.”
Then think about equipment. Do you know what a knee kicker is? It’s a small tool used to stretch the carpet, and it’s usually used in a small space, like a closet. It has teeth on one end and you need to position it and “kick” the teeth down, usually with the knee. A lot of people confuse it with the power stretcher, a long tool that used to stretch the carpet from one end of the room to another. An expert in carpet installation will know exactly when to use the knee kicker and the power stretcher.
Those aren’t the only tools you’ll need to know about, either. There are a few more, but let’s leave those to the experts.
Finally, we’ve said it before but it warrants repeating: You’ll save money in the long-run. Carpet installation experts do this for a living, so they buy the materials at wholesale. You’ll pay retail. And seriously, are you going to spend money on equipment you’ll probably only use once? Then there’s the manufacturer’s warranty; to be covered, the flooring must be installed according to their specifications. You make a mistake, and oops, you’re out of luck and money.
Just think of a shopping land created in your own home, with no pressure, and probably no shoes. This is what Carpet World has created with its mobile showroom, servicing the DFW area, including Flower Mound, Frisco, McKinney, and Lewisville.