How to prepare your floors for installation
Planning for a flooring project may be hectic, but with adequate preparations, the process can be easy. Whether you install wood, laminate, vinyl, or carpet they all require an organized planning process.
To ensure the safety of your pets or children it is best to keep them away from the job site. The installers do their best to make sure all doors and gates are shut behind them, however, while they carry material in, it is difficult to ensure no pets escape the home. All our installers use tools that may be dangerous to pets or children, therefore it is imperative they stay a safe distance away from anything that may be harmful.
In order for us to properly install, all rooms need to be emptied. Carpet Wholesalers is a company focused on flooring. All of our installers are in their forties and moving furniture is extraneous labor. Carpet Wholesalers will move furniture at an extra cost depending on the item. However, in order for us to move furniture for a customer we require furniture must be empty. No personal items on the top of any surface that we will be moving, if an installer has to separate individual personal items off of the furniture expected to move there will be an extra charge. If we have to break any furniture down and put it back together there will be an extra charge. If you have furniture that you are unable to move, call and speak to the stores immediately to discuss prices and which items will need to be moved.
Carpet Wholesalers understands that some homes may not have the ability to have every room cleared at the time of install. If the customer is at home at the time of install and can move the furniture from room to room themselves as the installer is laying the floor, there would be no extra charge.