Carpet removal is a tricky and laborious job. You have a lot of decisions to make before even starting. Pull up a corner
of the carpet and see what's underneath. Do you want to save what is there? Your old carpet may have been placed right over a hardwood floor.
Will you put down new carpet, or hire someone to do so? Will you lay tile, vinyl, wood, or another hard floor? Figure out how you will dispose of
the old carpet before you pull it up. Then, there are the other things to deal with from removing padding, taking-up tacking, and getting it all out
the door and finding somewhere to dispose of everything. Carpet may cost money to dispose of, so do some homework before starting. Know the cost
of dumping your old carpet or having to take it to the appropriate recycling center before starting. Some dumps may charge a different rate for carpet. The first place to check for a carpet recycling program is your local solid waste district. Although no one is likely to pick up carpet through a
curbside recycling program, certain recycling centers will accept your carpet if you bring it to them. You can also use 1-800-Recycling’s
Recycle Search tool to find the carpet recycler nearest you. Make sure you have some way to haul away the carpet you will discard.
Go on line for information about hauling services or a rental truck if you need one before you begin.
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Carpet Removal Brooklyn NY