As a professional carpet installer, you know that carpet tape is a necessary tool for your business. Most rooms are too big to cover with one piece of carpet, so you require carpet tape to make a seam between two pieces of carpet. There are many different types of carpet tape on the market today, including double sided carpet tape.
Sometimes people want small or large rugs, instead of wall-to-wall carpeting. In this case, you need carpet binding tape to make sure the edges of the rug don't unravel. You can purchase any color binding you need, to match the color of the rug.
1. Purchase carpet seaming tape for all your carpet installation jobs.
2. Remember that some types of carpet may need different carpet tapes to join the seams.
3. Make specialty rugs with carpet remnant binding tape.
Use carpet seaming tape to join two pieces of carpet together
You can purchase carpet tape that uses a hot iron, a cool iron or no iron at all. You can even purchase double sided carpet tape that will adhere the carpet to the floor.
Remember to stock different types of carpet seaming tape, each best for different jobs
Understand that different carpet seaming tapes require different methods to create a seam. Some need heat, some need steam and others need pressure. You can purchase any type of seaming tape that you need for your carpet installation jobs.
Remember to purchase carpet binding tape for specialty sewn rugs
Sometimes, carpet installers need to make rugs to match the carpets in other rooms. In this case, you'll need carpet binding tape to prevent the edges of the rugs from unraveling. Another term occasionally used for binding tape is carpet finishing tape.
- After installing carpet in a new house, remember to make walkways on the carpet with carpet protection tape so that the carpet doesn't suffer damage before the house is ready for its new occupants.