Is it possible to carpet my whole room without installing a permanent carpet? Or without removing the floor?
- Common SenseLv 71 month ago
Sounds like you would do well with a large area rug. You can get a room size rug in your specific size at a carpet store who will bind the edges. Either that or carpet squares to create your own size and pattern.
- Anonymous1 month ago
sure. Though getting one that big might be pricey...say compared to wall to wall installed carpets. You got to price them out. I don't see how big a room you got and don't know the prices of carpet in your area. Carpet is never permanent though it is laid to be permanent. Mine has been in my house over 40 years. You just don't wear your boots when you been shoveling schit in the pig pens. Leave the boots outside and the carpet stays cleaner Longer. Common sense.
- WOOWHOLv 71 month ago
POSSIBILITY ( noun ) a thing that might happen, the state or fact of being likely a thing or action, that maybe CHOSEN or done out of several possibilities
.... possible is demonstrable and testable rooms sizes vary as do edged carpet meaning matching a edged carpet to ones room size
example 10 x 12 square room get a 10 x 12 or smaller edged carpet
or at Lowes home depot or carpet stores they have bolts of carpet on roll cut to size and extended sizes match with carpet tape
you need a floor in a room to put the carpet on perhaps one mean the existing FLOOR COVERING such as carpet hard wood tile most cases if not using an adhesive or carpet tacks carpet can go over other floor coverings
- VanillaVoodooLv 61 month ago
It depends what the bare flooring looks like. If the room is currently carpeted and you're thinking of tearing it up and putting down an area rug it may not be that simple. Unless there is laminate flooring or presentable hardwood flooring under the current carpeting, you'll likely need to have carpet or tiles or some other flooring permanently installed before throwing down any rugs.
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- Christin KLv 72 months ago
Sure it's possible. That's what carpet remnants are for. You simply lay them down on the floor--use a bit of double-faced carpet tape to anchor the edges.
- TjLv 72 months ago
measure the exact room size and go to a carpet place and buy it at that size and have them bind the edges so it does not unravel.
- oil field trashLv 72 months ago
I have purchased carpet of a size sufficient to cover a room. Had the edges bound and then just put it down like a large rug.
- Karen LLv 72 months ago
Yes, it's possible.
- GypsyfishLv 72 months ago
An area rug is going to be much more expensive than buying carpet by the square yard from a carpet place. Measure and buy a piece that will cover the whole floor. You don't need to nail it down.
- Diane ALv 72 months ago
Area rug, not permanent and sits on top of floor