Yes we do. Having your carpet or hard surface properly installed by professionals is the most effective measure you can take to ensure long-lasting beauty. One employee has been installing carpet professionally with Kashou Carpets for over 30 years.
A Kashou Carpet is the carpet and rug resource for many of Milwaukee's finest designers. If you are looking for a professional design service to help you through the process of re-decorating your home call us or email email@example.com for a referral. Many designers have different areas of expertise and we'll help guide you to one that suits your needs.
Padding is extremely important. A quality pad should:
- Prevent premature wear.
- Enhance the appearance while it cushions your feet.
- Keep rugs safely in place, reducing wrinkles and bumps.
- We use the following padding:
- Durahold Pad - This pad is used for most area rugs. It contains a fiber top that grips the rug and a latex underside to prevent the rug from slipping or wrinkling.
- Non-Skid Rubber - A very thin, non-slip, rubber, mesh pad is ideal for small, flat woven or otherwise thin area rugs and runners.
These recommendations vary with lifestyle. You should vacuum at least once per week and steam clean 1-2 times per year.
We recommend that all customers take carpet samples and rugs home on approval. It is absolutely necessary to see the sample in your unique living space and during different times of day, allowing you to capture the differences between natural light and artificial light.
Wool has stood the test of time. Any 100 year old rug is a testament to that claim. In addition to excellent aging properties, wool's natural resilience makes it very easy to clean. Nylon also has excellent stain resistant properties. In general, synthetic fibers are very economical and more suitable under certain circumstances.
It is always best to have your carpet or rug professionally cleaned. Kashou Carpets is the oldest and most respected Oriental rug cleaner in town. Bring your rug in or call us for an appointment to pick your rug up. Or, if you prefer to try it yourself, view our Carpet Cleaning Guide for more specific information. Click to view Spot Cleaning Chart.