Carpet Removal Memphis TN

Ideally, the best time to remove carpeting, padding, and tacking strips is when a home is vacant. Professional carpet installers are generally available to handle the removal of old carpeting. This is definitely something to consider before taking on the job yourself.

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The first consideration will be to move everything out of the room, or rooms, designated for carpet removal

Getting rid of old carpeting can be one of the most rewarding remodeling experiences of all! There are few things less appealing than outdated, stained, and worn-out carpeting.

Ideally, the best time to remove carpeting, padding, and tacking strips is when a home is vacant. Professional carpet installers are generally available to handle the removal of old carpeting. This is definitely something to consider before taking on the job yourself. Getting a free estimate for this project might be the most efficient place to start, because you'll learn things such as whether old carpeting, padding, and tacking strips will be disposed of as part of the job, and whether the removal project will involve correcting any faulty subflooring problems to make it ready for new flooring installation.

If you decide to do the job yourself, the first consideration will be to move everything out of the room, or rooms, designated for carpet removal. When possible, curtain off the designated rooms with clear plastic sheeting, to prevent the dust and dirt from the removal process from moving throughout the rest of the house. You'll want to wear a mask over your nose and mouth while you're working.

In a simple, 4-step process outlined in an article on Ezine , Marie Stark suggests:

  • Step 1: Cut the Carpet into Manageable Strips – The carpet does not have to leave your house in o...

Read the full article in the CalFinder Remodeling and Home Solar Power Magazine

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