The carpet provides its aesthetic feel when used indoors. Especially if the type of carpet is of high quality. That’s why now a lot of offices use carpets as floor coverings. Besides being better looking, carpet can also protect the floor from the risks of damage that can occur at any time. However, the use of carpets is not without problems. Carpets that are installed in office spaces generally experience the same problem along with the long duration of using the carpet. So, if you are planning to install a carpet in your office, it means you have to know in advance what are the common problems with carpets installed in the office before contacting carpet cleaning.
If you want to see that your carpet is still beautiful, change the easy steps when moving the furniture from point A to B. This method is indeed very efficient, but also consider the consequences you will find, namely the emergence of ripples on the bottom of your carpet. It’s a good idea to make some sacrifices by lifting furniture off the carpet before moving it. But if the furniture is too heavy to lift, place a sheet of plywood on the carpet and lift the furniture onto it, then slide it. If the first piece of wood doesn’t quite reach the point of the piece of furniture to be moved, place the second sheet of plywood in front of the first and slide the furniture over the surface.
Offices usually use tile type rugs that have soft textures and various color patterns. Tile carpet prices vary, from the cheapest to the most expensive, depending on the quality, pattern, color, and of course the bargaining with the merchant. This type of carpet is also often found in problems when used in the office. One of them is the carpet so curled. This condition is caused by water spills or a cleaning process that leaves water seepage so that the carpet is easily bent. To make matters worse, many people step on the carpet so that the indentation will get stronger. The last step you can take to keep the carpet durable is to change its position and location regularly, at least 2-3 months. This is so that the parts that are often stepped on can change positions.