Carpet Installation Overland Park KS

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(816) 287-3584
1707 NE Rice Road
Lee's Summit, MO
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Wednesday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Premier Hardwood Floors
(913) 933-3174
13304 W 112th Ter
Overland Park, KS

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Area Rug Dimensions
(913) 327-8784
12623 Old Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS
Wood Perfect Hardwood Floors
(913) 384-9663
7897 Mastin Dr
Overland Park, KS
Designer'S Choice Wholesale Flooring
(913) 492-3800
9102 Nieman Rd
Overland Park, KS
Gem Commercial Flooring Co
(913) 661-9211
11516 Grant Dr
Overland Park, KS
Amini'S Galleria
(913) 381-0222
10595 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS
Superb Carpet Installation
(913) 681-0774
9814 W 131st Ter
Overland Park, KS
Big Bob'S Flooring Outlet
(913) 362-2627
10001 W 75th St
Overland Park, KS
Suburb Decorations
(913) 642-2575
8001 Santa Fe Dr
Overland Park, KS
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How Do I Install Carpet?

Carpet is often best installed by professionals, but

it can still look good if you take your time to install it correctly and properly.

Once the old carpet is removed, go ahead and remove the old tack strip around the room. More than likely, it is worn out as well, so let’s start over with new. Be sure to not install tack strips in front of doorways. It is best to leave about a half inch of space between the wall and the edge of the tack strip. They will need to be tightly fitted against each other in the corners.

For the underlay, lay it down in strips that lie next to each other, but do not over lap them. Once you have the floor covered, tack the material down with stapes of tacks, and put duct tape on all the seams.

To install the carpet, start with a strip of carpet that is longer than the room by four to six inches. If you need more than one strip of carpet to fill the room, make sure that the pile runs the same direction. Then, stretch the carpet across the tack strip, and then stretch the carpet down the room until you get to the other end, and then cut the other end to fit the room.


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How to Lay Carpet?

Carpet Laying is one of the easiest jobs which

can be done by any individual who has enough time and patience.

Carpets are available in different varieties depending on the amount or type of traffic on the floors like Carpet for home areas and Carpet for commercial areas. The Laying of Carpet can be done by following the various steps one-by-one. The various steps involved in it are: -
(1) Prepare the floor surface by proper sweeping or vacuuming the areas and remove any loose nails if present.
(2) Start installing the carpet pads long enough to reach the Tack Strips.
(3) Hold the edges of carpet using Tack Strips and staple any pad seams.
(4) Measure the size of the room and cut several inches of extra Carpet and trim the excess Carpet at last.
(5) Use Knee Kicker for hooking the Carpet onto Tackless Strip.
(6) Install the Gripper Edge at the door way to cover the exposed edge of the Carpet.


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