When shopping for your next floor covering, be sure you don’t overlook the remnant section. While you might think these are merely a cast-awayoff a “good” roll of carpet, there’s far more there than meets the eye. These pieces are usually what are leftover when the full-size carpet roll has been used up. You can generally find these marked “as-is” and often discounted down from their regular price. There are many uses for these pieces and you’re likely to find they will work great for you too.
Reinhart Carpet Outlet has plenty of flooring experience to pass along to our valued customers. We make sure you find the products you want, at a price you can afford, and that completely covers all your flooring requirements. From our Philadelphia, PA showroom, we serve the Philadelphia subdivisions of East Falls, Manayunk, Chestnut Hill, Roxborough, and Mount Airy. When you visit us, we’ll make sure you leave satisfied and happy with your overall experience.
The remnants you find at our store can be put to use in so many ways. For instance, you could carpet an entire room, if it’s small enough. Some homeowners use them for carpeting closets and other small spaces, while some even use them for RV’s. For certain spaces, partially carpeting the room give the sense of separation, which works great when a space is used for both the dining room and living room, for example.
One of the best ways to use the carpet remnants you find, however, is to have them turned into area rugs. The great thing about using these pieces is that you can choose to have it cut into any size or shape, and you can request any binding you prefer, from simple to complex, and everything in between. Are rugs are the perfect addition to any space where extra warmth and comfort are preferred, and they can also cut down on the noise levels in any room. They even work to protect your hard surface flooring by latching on to any dirt and debris that could find its way onto the flooring where it could scratch and mar the finish.
Remnants can also be used for binding runners, especially those used on staircases. These give you the freedom to create a binding as wide as you want without disrupting the continuity of the actual runner itself. When you see the final result, you’ll be so glad you tried it.