Please find most frequently asked question about the flooring products & installation and carpet overlocking service.
Carpet Overlocking – Carpet Overlocking Service.
One option to turn your unused carpets is called carpet overlocking. Overlocking the edge of the carpet pieces produces a look that seems hand-sewn, although it is done by machine. It uses an overlock stitching (hence the term carpet overlocking), and it is done with a special sewing machine designed for the purpose.
The cost of carpet overlocking services will vary, but expect standard basic size overlocking (the least expensive) to cost at least $5 to $9 dollars per linear meter (measuring the perimeter of the carpet). If need to trim/straighten the edges or cut to the customs sizes cost will add up, also price will go up on larger size carpet.
Answer is no. Carpet overlocker is a special manufactured industrial sewing machine to sew thick carpet which domestic sewing machine or overlocker not able to do.
SPC stands for Stone Polymer Composite, referring to the core composed of limestone and plastic stabilizers. The results of combining these elements in the structure of flooring planks is a thin yet very dense core making it extremely resilient and 100% waterproof.
Carpeting per square meter can range from $12 to $100, but the average price is around $25. Laminate flooring costs anywhere from $25 to $40 per square meter, Hybrid (waterproof) flooring costs from $28 to 50 but the average price is around $30, plus the floor preparation and installation cost.
Soft Carpet flooring:
Wool. Synthetic flooring combination of Polypropelene, Olefin (chepest), Polyester, solution dyed Polyester, Nylon, and solution dyed Nylon (Tuff).
Carpet style: Loop pile, Loop Pattern, Plush and Cut & twist pile.
Carpets Tiles and plank (for commercial use)
Laminate flooring (8.0 & 12.0 mm thickness), Hybrid (100% Waterproof flooring (5.5 to 9.7 mm thickness), Engineering Bamboo Flooring (12.0 and 14.0 mm thickness) and Oak Timber flooring (12.0, 14.0mm thickness) and Parquetry flooring available in the market.
Luxurious Vinyl Plank (LVP) 3.0 5.0 mm (commercial and domestic use)
How Much Does Carpet Removal Cost? (2023)
Labor. The average price of $6.00 to $8.00 per square meter for carpet removal typically includes the cost of labor. Some contractors will charge a separate labor fee, so homeowners should double-check the estimate or talk to their contractor regarding how labor is calculated.
Many homeowners choose wall-to-wall carpeting for their main bedrooms. Carpet provides both warmth and noise absorption, and it can make a large room feel cozy..
Hard flooring (Laminate, Hybrid, Bamboo and Oak) is considered more hygienic and hypoallergenic than carpet, as it is easily cleaned, and dirt won’t go unnoticed. Carpet tends to retain dust and pollen, stain more easily, and build up mold and mildew when exposed to moisture, making it a less desirable option for those who struggle with allergies.
Does carpet need underlay? Yes, All carpets apart from felt-backed carpets should have underlay. Obviously budget is sometimes an issue with underlays, but it is well worth the extra money. Without underlay carpet manufacturer does not provide carpet warranty.
5 to 15 years
While carpet has changed over the years, today, its lifespan is usually anywhere from 5 to 20 years. The length of time that a specific carpet lasts depends on the type of carpet, carpet cushion, carpet fibers, and wear and tear the carpet is exposed to.
The more rooms you have, the more materials, manpower, and labour you need. This can drive up the overall cost, as it can take more time and effort to finish the project. The average cost to carpet a 3-bedroom house in Australia ranges between around $1,500 to 4,000. depend on materials you choose.
A threshold strip is a means to securely join two floorcoverings together, covering any raw edges. They are commonly used in a doorway, joining the floorcovering in one room to the next, but they also make great room dividers. Threshold strips – the smart and secure way to join floorcoverings.
As concrete/timber is a cold hard surface and a carpet creates a warm layer on top, there is a danger of condensation and damp forming on the underside of the carpet. For the best results, invest in a good-quality synthetic underlay to provide extra cushioning and a barrier between your carpet and the floor.