Once you hire a professional, experienced installer, speak with them before the work begins to clarify their work schedule. In doing so, you'll be able to adapt your usual routine and avoid running late for errands or work. Professional crews that provide carpet installation in Dallas typically require a designated area to work, as well as the use of your electricity for their specialized tools. To make things easier for both parties, clear the area where they'll be setting up.
Move Your Items, Big and Small
Depending upon the installers, some include moving furniture as part of their services. However, you'll need to get these details beforehand to eliminate the chance of delays. Even if they do supply this option, you'll still need to pack smaller items, such as paintings, breakables, and lamps, before the crew shows up. When you wait until the very last moment to move your things, you run the risk of improper storage and damaged goods.
Out With the Old, In With the New
Usually, it's the installers that take on the task of disposing of the old flooring. Before doing so, they remove all molding and trim, and prepare the subfloors. Doors that lead to the installation areas will be temporarily removed. Once the new floors are in, the crew will then reinstall the trim, moldings, and doors.
Carpet Fiber Cleaning and Care
Now that your new floors are in, you'll be able to enjoy them! However, to ensure your carpeting lasts for years to come, you'll want to adhere to the manufacturer's cleaning instructions. When in doubt, just give Carpet World a call, and we'll talk you through the do's and don'ts of your specific carpet type.