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How To Better Take Care Of Your Carpet

Jun 20

Carpet installation is one move you can make to level up the interior of your home. But, of course, carpet installation is not something that you should be doing by yourself. Professionals like Vinyl Flooring & Beyond could do that for you. Aside from installations, they could also help you out with better care of them.

There are some issues that professionals can help you with when it comes to your carpet. For instance, if you have pets at home and they keep peeing or pooping on your carpet, the experts know what kind of cleaning is best. If you do it yourself, you might end up ruining your carpet because of the wrong cleaning solutions or methods.

As a homeowner, you have the responsibility to take care of everything inside your house, including your newly installed carpet. However, even the simplest things can be constructive in keeping them in good condition.




Under your feet, a carpet can provide a pleasant, comfortable experience while also muffling noise. It's ideal for anyone who prefers to sit on the floor, especially children. But, undeniably, it can collect pet hair, dust, mold, dust mites, and other allergens, aggravating allergy reactions.


Vacuuming and extra care may not be enough if someone in your home is vulnerable due to lung problems or severe allergies. It's a good idea to see a doctor if one or more family members have itchy, watery eyes or other allergy symptoms.


You should also take another check at your carpets. Mold or other allergens may be trapped inside your carpets if they are old. This is especially true if you've moved into a house with installed carpet. Changing to a newer carpet, particularly a low-pile carpet with fewer surface surfaces for allergens to adhere to, could assist.


Another alternative is switching to hard surface floors, such as tile, hardwood, laminate, or vinyl. Hard surface floors are easier to clean and do not hide allergens in nooks and crevices. They may be the best option for people who have severe allergies.



Have you ever moved a chair, sofa, bed, or table only to find unattractive indentations in your carpet? If you like to change furniture every year or two, these marks can be exceptionally bothersome.


The good news is that you don't have to endure carpet stains forever. You can protect your carpet from furniture dents and maintain its pleasant appearance by taking preventative measures. The following are some simple techniques to avoid carpet indentations:


Use coasters: Placing a coaster under each leg of furniture redistributes the item's weight so that it is not concentrated in one tiny region. The cost of coasters is low, and they come in various materials. Use a coaster under each wheel if your furniture has wheels.


Move it slightly: You don't have to continue adjusting the furniture to keep the carpet from dents. Instead, shift it a few inches to one side every few weeks to protect the legs from sinking into the carpet and squeezing the fibers.


Scrap carpeting: Do you have any leftover carpeting from your previous installation? To use as coasters, cut them into little pieces and place them under the legs of your furniture. People are unlikely to notice your scraps if they are made of the same carpeting on the floor and are only slightly larger than the legs.


Vacuum often: Dents and flat spots can also appear in areas with no furniture. Vacuum frequently. When you walk across the carpet, dirt is ground into the fibers, causing damage and indentations. Vacuuming regularly will eliminate dirt and aid in the carpet's recovery.


At Vinyl Flooring & Beyond, we offer a wide variety of high-quality carpets that are perfect for any home. Our team of experts can help you choose the ideal carpeting for your needs and budget. We also provide professional installation services to ensure that your new carpet looks great and lasts for many years. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services!