Carpet Stretching Tulsa | Episode 243
Carpet Stretching Tulsa | Episode 243
[00:01] This is episode 2:43 carpet stretching. Tulsa is in our fiber and we’re going to talk this time about the effects that I’m a regular cleaning schedule and have on the potential stretching of your carpet in the future. Carpet stretching Tulsa is since 1998. We are complete carpet. We love to connect with you firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call at nine one eight, four, nine, four, seven, zero nine three and we’d love to talk with you about what we can do to help you get your health of your carpet integrates shape, a carpet stretching Tulsa is and our fiber and we’re going to talk this time about some of the things you can do is preventative reasons to get out of the loop of getting new carpet that eventually gets a lot of wrinkles in it and I’m obviously a good installation and a higher quality carpet will last longer without needing to be stretched because it will hold its tension.
[00:54] It’ll hold that rubber band effect longer before it starts to loosen up and get a hump or wrinkle in it. I’m one of the things that is important in this process that you take good care of the carpet now before you need a good solid professional carpet cleaning. I’m just staying on top of the general household. Maintenance of your carpet is a, is going to help tremendously and what you will be able to accomplish in that task. One of the things that we have that we recommend carpet stretching Tulsa since 1998. We have told so many different people about um, the best way because honestly we come when you’ve gotten to the point that you can’t care for your carpet anymore because it’s just gotten so dirty. But what we’d love for you to do is you’re able to just maintenance it on a weekly or a daily schedule.
[01:40] And there’s two parts. There’s preventative maintenance and there’s reactive maintenance. The preventative maintenance I believe is just going through your house and saying, okay, we’re going to set rules and boundaries and what is going to come in and out of the home. You’ve got your points of entry and your points of exit in both of your, um, wherever you come into the house and wherever you go out of the house, that’s where the majority of your dirt will come in. So you’re talking about your outside traffic, dirt. So if you go outside and you mow the yard and then you come back in through the back door, need to have some type of a dirt catching a system in place, whether that be a floor mat where there’d be a little food, shoes, scraper, other people just specifically just take their shoes off completely. The shoes themselves don’t really affect the carpet as much it is that there’s the dirt that’s on the shoes that is transferring into your home and the fluffiness of the carpet eventually knocks that dirt off.
[02:28] And that’s why most houses you’ll see right in front of the couch. They’ll be worn ’em flat spot, maybe in front of a rocking chair, a somebody’s arm chair that they have. Or maybe as you come in through the front door, you start to go down a hallway. All these areas that a lot of dirt starts and then it slowly starts to look more normal. It’s also the same reason if you go back into a spare bedroom, the carpets there look like almost brand new or if you move the couch or moving into the furniture, the where the furniture sets the carpet, looks like brand new because it was sitting there and all the rest of the area around it, um, shows, uh, the wear pattern of the other parts of the carpet. Carpet stretching Tulsa since 1998. Uh, so we, uh, we recommend telling, uh, all of our customers that to one, limit the sources of dirt coming in from outside.
[03:09] Either have a pair of house shoes that you wear or just have a rag or something that you can do to wipe off the bottom of your shoes. Be Cognizant of what you’ve been doing before you go into a carpet. The secondary thing that helps, another step to that would help to maintain is just to limit where food and drinks are throughout the house. If you’ve got, if you’re older and your, your hands a little less steady than pick up a coffee mug that has a lid on it that way that it your regular mug just doesn’t have the capacity to a splash or switch back and forth. You’ve got a little kid that’s got a sippy cup of their learning to drink and then just restrict and of our pr, uh, my own personal household. We actually restrict all of our food and drinks to just the kitchen area into just your water to areas, the places where if it does spill, it’s not going to really matter.
[03:53] You just wipe it up with a sponge. Whereas if it spills on a carpet or into your wood is going to affect your mood or affect your carpet by just soak it in there and leaving a big sticky spot. So, um, we always make sure that, hey, you guys can get a drink anytime you want to. Carpet stretching Tulsa You just have to run to the sea in the kitchen, take a good drink, come back down and sit and sit in the couch and we’ll continue watching our show. Um, and making sure that you have, you know, if you want to live a give a toddler, I’m some little snacks, make sure that the snacks or somewhere that you’re okay with them dropping them because they just will drop them. Um, if you give your dog a bone, this bone and make it either in the kitchen or maybe in a pantry area somewhere, you throw the bone on the carpet, then it’s going to chew up that carpet, chew up the bone over the carpet and eventually that bone is going to filter into the carpet and later they’ll come back, smell the bone in the carpet and they’ll pull the fibers out.
[04:40] Um, obviously knowing that where your pets are and what they’re going to do, probably a huge amount of carpet damages from pets that either P or scratch or tear up the carpet. And so this can be remedied by making sure the doors can’t get shut to where the pets get trapped inside and tried to dig their way out. And pets that are prone to be in certain area that those doors stay shut to keep them out of those areas. A carpet stretching Tulsa since 1998. We’ve got lots of more tips that we’ll cover in a future podcast. One last one little bonus tip at the end here is to make sure that you have a good regular vacuum and schedule. You know, that these areas are going to be more dirty than others. You know, that these spots are going to need more attention than the other spots throughout.
[05:22] And the reason that this effects into the stretching side is that every bit of grime and dirt that sits in the carpet stays there and increases the, were against the carpet in that area, Kinda like sandpaper against, um, you know, a wood surface. It’s going to really break down that area faster than it would otherwise. And so the whole point, the whole focus is to try to keep any harsh abrasive grindy type stuff out of the fibers so that it will be so the carpet will be able to last as long as it possibly can because you have fabric rubbing against fabric and it doesn’t wear out nearly as fast as if you have fabric rubbing against a grit and sand that is stronger and harder than it that can really break it down. Carpet stretching Tulsa. Since 1998. We are complete carpet. We’d love to answer any questions you have at nine. One, eight, four, nine, four, seven, zero, nine three. Um, and we’d be able to get you on the schedule and get you taken care of. Carpet stretching Tulsa is in our fiber. Carpet DM. Seize your clean today.