Available quickly, professionally, and guaranteed by Custom Home Interiors. From custom patterns and designs to complicated layouts or wrapped staircases, we can perform a number of installation services at Custom Home Interiors.
In this age of do-it-yourself home improvement projects, installing carpet requires a specialized skill. We offer and recommend that you rely on the expertise of our professional installation team to ensure your satisfaction with the product for years to come. However, there are a few things you can do to prepare for the arrival of your new carpet.
At the time of your purchase, ask any questions you may have in regards to the installation of your new flooring! We can try to explain everything in depth to you, including seam placement and installation methods, or you can just let us handle it all for you! We come out to your home and measure the areas, create a detailed work plan for our installers, and handle all the details of arranging the installation.
Full service installation is available. Our installers handle the job, from moving of the furniture, removal and disposal of the old flooring to even resetting of the furniture, so when you come home you’ll be blown away by the ease of getting new flooring installed… not to mention how breathtaking it is, too!
Should you choose to move and care for your own belongings you can make sure things go smoothly on installation day by taking care of the following beforehand:
Before the installers arrive, vacuum the old carpet to minimize the airborne dust and particles. If you remove your own carpet and padding, always vacuum the subfloor and remove all excess staples. Tack strip along the perimeter should be left in place.
Your installers will arrive with the knowledge, tools and supplies to lay your new carpet. However, they will need an area to store their electrical tools and access to electrical power outlets for their tools.
Bear in mind that your new floor coverings need to be installed over a structurally sound subfloor. Any damage that has been done by insects, water, or other problems should be repaired prior to carpet installation. Should these problems arise during carpet installation, installation might have to be postponed to correct and fix any subfloor issues.
In the months following installation, you may notice some shedding or sprouting. This is normal and will not affect the carpet’s life or beauty in any way. Shedding is when loose fibers become undone from carpets made with staple yarn. This is normal and subsides within a short time with vacuuming. Sprouting is when a single tuft extends beyond the carpet surface, usually along walls or at seams. Simply clip it off; do not pull. Always trim any runs or pulls before vacuuming, and make sure to check berber loop carpet often for runs or pulls.