Your carpet installation may include various tools and adhesives that your installers are going to use. Some of these things will be included with your carpet purchase, while others will have to be rented or purchased on your own. You should learn about the basic tools and materials that all installers are going to use before the installation begins. Here is more information about the preparation that is involved in the carpet installation process.
The prep work is very important. In order to make the job easier for the professional installers, it is very important to prepare the surface on which the new carpet will be installed. The prep work includes: removing old carpet, tearing up old tack strips and any loose edges or padding, and removing any staples from the old tack strips as well. When you rent or buy your carpet installation equipment, ask if or when certain parts of the prep work will need to be done, and if so, when.
Taping down the surface to be installed is an important part of carpet installation Dubai.Double sided carpet tape is also a popular choice among carpet installation experts. However, when working with an installer that uses his own equipment, the installation may only be partially taped down. This will depend on the specific brand and type of carpeting that are being installed.
All of the carpet installation equipment that is used has an adhesive side. This is what will be holding the strips, pads, and other parts of the carpeting together. Depending on the type of carpeting that is being installed, some of the adhesive will be held tightly in place, while some may just need to be gluing the pieces together with strong adhesives. If the adhesive does not hold well, it can cause the carpeting to come loose and move around.
laying the new flooring pieces
The last step of carpet installation is laying the new flooring pieces onto the transitions. If the transitions were not already installed, then these are the pieces that will be installed first. Once these have been placed, the new ones will be sandwiched between the previous set. It is very important that these be placed properly. Otherwise, the entire transition area will become unstable, and it could lead to a tripping hazard.
There are some instances where the installer will skip over installing the transition area altogether. In these cases, the installer will glue down the bottom and then tack the top down. This is an option that many installers choose to use, because it cuts down on the amount of work that needs to be done. However, there are also times when the subfloor may need to be leveled or ripped. If this is the case, the installer may need to remove any existing underlayment in order to prep the subfloor for installation.
Before beginning carpet installation, it is absolutely necessary that the underlayment is removed. Without the underlayment, the pad will be held to the carpet base with a felt pad. The felt pad will help prevent the carpeting from moving when the pad is removed. Without the underlayment, the installation process cannot proceed, and the floor will become damaged.
One final note about carpet installation:
if a pad must be used, the installer should only use direct glue. Direct glue helps to seal the pad in place and helps to keep it in place even when excess glue is removed. A good way to test whether direct glue is appropriate is to place a drop of glue on the back of a shoe, and if it comes off immediately, then direct glue is not being used. This saves the installer a lot of time that would otherwise be spent trying to remove excess glue.