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Question DetailsAsked on 12/17/2017

Recommendations for carpet installer in West Seattle? we already have the carpet, just need install in master bdrm.

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Carpet - Sales/Installation/Repair would be the Search the List category to find well-rated and reviewed vendors for this - though don't expect them to be happy about you already having the carpet, because you took a major portion of their profit out of their mouth by not buying it from them, so your job will undoubedly be on the "fill-in job" list. So be sure they commit IN WRITING on the contract to a certain work/completion date.

Other alternative if a half-decent DIY'er - learn to do it yourself, especially for a bedroom where perfect stretching is not as critical - assuming the carpet does not have a storng linear pattern which has to be aligned and stretched just right to avoid swoops and bends in the pattern. Assuming you have a hammer and utility knife, tools are under $100 for a knee-bumper and stretcher bar

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