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Are you going to replace the carpet in your living room or kitchen? It is a good idea to achieve this goal as quickly as possible. Doing so is going to make your home nicer in the long run. When you’re ready to begin, call our office. We’re eager to dispose of your carpet for you. Remember that your waste management company likely won’t take it. Instead, you’ll have to find an acceptable disposal method.
Carpet Removal Services Near You
Do you need to get rid of your unwanted carpet? Call our office because our junk removal experts are ready to help. We offer lightning-fast carpet removal services. We’re nearby ensuring we can reach your home swiftly. When you pick us as your carpet removal service, you can guarantee that your junk is going to be disposed of using an eco-friendly method.
You’ll Need To Pull Up The Carpet
Before we can get rid of the carpet for you, pull the carpet up. Grab the carpet with a pair of pliers and pull. Once you’ve done this, the carpet will come free. Use your hands to pull it the rest of the way free. After the carpet is free, call us and we’ll come to get it for you.
Removing Leftover Carpet Glue
After you’ve managed to rip up the carpet, you’ll need to begin dealing with the carpet glue. Use the steps below to get it removed from your floor.
- Start by scraping it up using a knife, razor, or another sharp object.
- If the glue can’t be removed, try softening it using boiling water.
- Once it has softened, remove it with your knife.
- You’ll likely have to repeat this process until the glue is gone.
What To Do With Tack Strips
When the carpet is installed, it is attached to tack strips. Before you can replace your carpet, you’ll likely have to remove and replace the strips. You’ll want to follow the steps below to achieve this goal.
- Start by locating the trip. Look for the nail head.
- Grab a pry bar and used it to force the tack strip upward.
- You may need to hit the other end of the bar to push the nail upward.
- Continue working until the tack strip is removed completely.
- Carefully place the strip in a garbage bag.
Once you’ve removed the strips, clean the floor.
Removing Carpeting From Stairs
You may need to remove carpets from stairs as well. Thankfully, the process is similar. You’ll need to pull the carpet up with a pair of pliers. After that, you can grab it and pull it up with your hands. Continue working until the carpet has been fully removed. Be sure to cut it into smaller pieces so you can dispose of the carpet much easier.
Ways To Dispose Of Carpet
You’ll need to find a reliable way to dispose of your unwanted carpet. Thankfully, there are several options. For instance, you can try cutting it into smaller pieces and throwing it in the dump. Remember that your waste management company may accept limited quantities of carpets. Instead, you should try recycling or donating it.
Putting Carpet In The Dumpster
In some areas, consumers can indeed throw carpet in their dumpster. It is a good idea to check the regulations in your area before dumping your carpet. You may not be able to throw away all the carpet in your trash. Instead, you’ll need to throw it away using different methods. For instance, you can recycle, donate, or sell the old carpet. Alternatively, you can let us handle it for you.
Carpets can indeed be recycled. Therefore, you should think about recycling your carpet. Your carpet contains many materials that can be recycled. For instance, you’ll be able to break down the carpet and take the fiber, chemicals, and plastics. Once these materials have been collected, they can be reused for other purposes. Since your waste management company likely won’t take it, you should recycle the carpet instead. Doing so is one of the best ways to deal with it.
The recycling center will break down your carpet, collect the useful materials, and reuse them.
Sending Carpets To The Landfill
You can always send the carpets to the landfill although this isn’t a wise solution. Remember that the carpet is going to remain in the landfill for a long time. It’ll take a while for the chemicals and fibers to break down. You’re only going to fill the landfill with junk. If you can find another way to dispose of your carpet, you should.
Can You Take Carpets With Carpet Beetles?
We might be able to take your carpets with carpet beetles. It depends on the rules and regulations in your area. Call our office to find out whether we can take your carpet.
Dealing With Carpet Beetles
Before you can get rid of your carpet, you’ll need to do something with your carpet beetles. It is essential to eliminate the beetles. Start by vacuuming your carpets to get rid of beetles on them. Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to throw away any materials that have been infected. As for the remaining other items, you should treat them using insecticide. Doing so will eliminate any beetles in the area. Call our office. We’ll take the carpets from you. We can get started, and we can accept all types of carpets. We’ll remove rugs, carpets, and other floor coverings.
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