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Questions to Ask your Carpet or Rug Dyeing Company

Buying a new carpet or rug can be an expensive and sometimes unnecessary purchase. Often, the carpet itself is still plush and in good condition, but the colors have faded or stains have set in over the years. Dyeing the rug is a cost-effective method to cover stains and revitalize colors so that the carpet appears new for 50 to 85% less than a new purchase.

Below are several important questions to ask carpet dyeing companies to ensure you're getting high-quality service that fits the budget for your residential or commercial property.

  • Do you use solution dyed fibers or another method?
    Solution dyed carpet fibers have been dyed uniformly throughout, a technique that makes the carpet more expensive but also more durable. Less expensive methods might only dye the outside of the fiber, making the color more likely to fade over time.

  • Can you show me samples of your work?
    Reputable carpet dyers should show you everything from color and pile samples to before and after photos of their work. Because the samples are pieces of real carpet, rather than just pictures, you can best judge the texture and color stay by touching a sample.

  • Which options best suit my needs and budget?
    Natural fibers may initially be more appealing, but synthetic fibers such as nylon, polyester or olefin/polypropylene may wear better and provide better stain resistance. Additionally, different sizes of carpet such as wall-to-wall, area rugs or runners will dramatically alter the design of a space.

  • Can I custom-design my carpet?
    For an increased price, many carpet dyers will allow you to choose a custom rug design and color. This can be especially appropriate for area rugs and runners, which tend to be more decorative in nature.

  • Do you offer any warranties or guarantees of your work?
    Make sure you're protected in case the dye starts to leak or fade.
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    If you are tired of spending money replacing stained carpets in your home or you have just moved into a new house that has tarnished wool or shag carpets, you may want to consider carpet dyeing.

    Rug dyeing is becoming a popular way to improve home d├ęcor. If you are skilled at working with paint, you can buy a kit and dye your own rug or even your auto upholstery.

    If you are uncomfortable doing it on your own, there are many residential and commercial companies that spray and paint carpets.

    The contractor will come out to your home with professional spraying equipment. Before the actual dyeing day, there will be an initial consultation where you can look at sample colors. You may want to pick a color to match the current carpet. If you have moved into a new place and hate the color of the rug, you can get a custom color or completely new design.

    Make sure to hire a certified contractor who will work to protect your furniture and hardwood floors. If you are dyeing a carpet on your own, make sure to buy some sheets to put down to protect your floor.

    You may want to pick a company who also does rug installations and removals if you have other rooms in your home that need the carpets completely ripped out or if you want to put a carpet in a room that currently does not have one.

    Use carpet dyeing to give your home a custom look. All your friends will be asking where you found your new carpet and will be shocked to learn that it is your same rug, restored.




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