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Piedmont Carpet Replacement Alternatives You should Consider

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Carpet replacement. Now, what else could possibly be so much fun? Of course, that’s tongue-in-cheek because this is perhaps the least fun thing to do. Okay, so carpet replacement isn’t at all a welcome task but it’s one that you’ll likely face at some point. When it does happen, you’ll need to replace it with something. (That is, unless you just go with sealing the bare subfloor and leave it uncovered for a unique look and style.)

Basic Carpet Removal Steps

…hate your carpet? Want to exchange it for something that is easier to maintain, cleaner and lasts longer? Do as we did and consider laminate flooring. My husband and I did, and we have never regretted it. Recently some good friends replaced their carpet with Pergo. It was beautiful, and they told us it required only minimal care. This caused us to start thinking about the fact we might want to do the same because the carpet in our condo was causing numerous problems. --Den Garden Next, you’ll need to pull it off the tacking that runs parallel to the base of the wall, along the top of the subfloor. Roll it up tightly to carry it out of the space. Then, you can pull up the padding and roll it up, too. Now, you can inspect the subfloor for any damage to repair.

Piedmont Carpet Replacement Alternatives You should Consider

Great; the old carpet is gone and you’re staring at a bare subfloor. So, what to cover it with? Well, there are a few good choices. Here are the top carpet replacement choices you can select from:

  • Hardwoods. For actual hardwoods, the price ranges from $3 per square foot to $12 per square foot. But, if you select an engineered product, you’ll pay less and still get a great floor. Hardwoods and engineered hardwoods are easy to maintain and do make a great resale feature.
  • Tile. Tile is tried-and-true. But, it’s not for every space. For instance, it’s usually not a good choice for residential bedrooms, family rooms, and even in some cases, living rooms. But, it works well in other spaces. And, it’s cost is quite expensive, ranging from just $1 per square foot to more than $20 per square foot. It’s easy to clean but can be cumbersome to maintain over time.
  • Laminate. If the lowest price is the goal, go for laminate. It costs just .50 cents to $3 per square foot. Although it also comes in a big variety of styles, it’s not always water-resistant and doesn’t fare well for resale.

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