Carpeting is a popular flooring option, and to get the best installation, it’s best to work with a good carpet contractor. Generally, carpeting has come a long way from what it was in the past, with the materials used changing considerably as well. Older carpet had a backing made from jute, a naturally-occurring fiber that was considerably stiff.
Modern carpet has a synthetic backing, which is a bit more flexible in comparison.
When a carpet contractor takes measurements of the floor to be covered, they will come in with the rest of the equipment, including tacking strips to be used along the perimeter of the house and where the carpet runs.
Rebond padding is used as the base of the carpeting, and it’s a product of recycling that makes the carpeting a bit more sustainable. Seam tape is used to seam together the joints of the installed carpet, yielding a practically invisible joint and making the entire carpeting appear seamless.
Such small details make the difference between working with an expert as opposed to working with a beginner. Make a choice that will save you future hassle and regret.