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Question DetailsAsked on 10/27/2015

We are going to be replacing carpet in our entire house.

Our current carpet has worn well and is only now starting to buckle. We are price and quality conscious (more quality). What is the best method for installing carpet and what questions should I ask when interviewing an installer to make sure I am hiring a person that will do quality work at a reasonable price

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If just buckled but still in good condition, you may just need restretching - a small fraction, of the cost of new carpet, done by the same carpoet installers you would use for new.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD




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