A new carpet can be a big step: It’s one of the first things that convince people they’ve finally made their home their own – and it’s one of the first things people do when they move into a new place or decide to give their current living space a new look.
Once you’ve spent the money on a new carpet, you want to take good care of it, though a lot of people make mistakes when they first get their new carpets – and this can ruin the whole thing.
So, you’ve got a tile floor. This was a cost-effective solution that offered a number of advantages regarding moisture, durability, aesthetics, and more.
But now your circumstances have changed, and you’re beginning to look into other options. Carpet would be much softer for a young child or a pet, it would be much warmer for relaxing by the fire, and it would help to bring more color into a room that is perhaps a bit drab.
So, what do you do? Do you need to rip up the tiles to install carpet? Or can you simply install carpet over tile floor?
Shopping for carpet is a lot like shopping for a car. It involves a financial investment and all the different types of carpet, styles, colors and brands can make your head spin with excitement.
Flooring is one of the largest investments you’ll make in your home. By doing some basic homework, comparison shopping, and working with a reputable retailer, choosing the best carpet will be easier.
You want flooring to complement your unique style as well as the function of the room. Throwing dinner parties? Curling up with the Sunday funnies? Dog sitting for the neighbors, yet again? Keep in mind how you will use the room.
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