Achieve the exquisite finish look you need!
When buying carpet remnants for rugs, it is important to consider the finishing options as well as the fiber, texture, and color. The carpet needs to be bound in some way to keep it from coming apart at the edges and to make it look nice. There are three main types of finishes: binding, serging, and fringing. Understanding the different finishing options will help you choose the one that best suits your needs and style.
Binding is a process of sewing the edges of carpet together to prevent fraying and make them look neat and tidy. It is typically done with a serger, which is a special type of sewing machine that can create a smooth, professional finish.
Machine and Hand Serging
Serging is a type of sewing that creates a decorative edge on fabric. It is often used on carpet to create a smooth, finished edge. Serged edges are also more durable than un-serged edges and are less likely to fray.
Padding is a layer of material that is installed under carpet to provide a cushioned, comfortable feel. It can also help to reduce noise and improve the insulation of your floors.
Leathers and Fabrics
We can install a variety of fabrics on your floors. Fabrics are a popular choice for flooring because they are available in a wide variety of colors, styles, and textures. Fabrics can be a great way to add a touch of style to your home or office.
Rug fringing can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to a rug. It can also help to define the rug’s shape and make it look more finished. If you are looking for a rug that is both stylish and functional, then a rug with fringe is a great option.