you scratched up my walls and trim

Discussion in 'Carpet Q&A' started by David Shank, May 12, 2011.

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  1. Jim McClain

    Jim McClain Owner/Founder Administrator

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  2. Roland Thompson

    Roland Thompson Charter Member Senior Member

    Folding most action back carpet for a short time taking it into a job site will not hurt it. Now when you move into the woven area you better be very carefull if you are going to fold it.
    When needing to fold to get it in I will make it loose and then once into the room I back roll it in a pile swing it to when I start unfolding it, it will line very close to were it needs to be.
    I will always take care of corners, even ones that I need to go around carrying in product.
    I have loads of the clear hard plastic corner strips that I use blue tape to protect the corners.
    Here is the job just today, needed to drop 12 wide thru opening and down small hall to other area.
     

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  3. kylenelson

    kylenelson You'll find me on the floor I Support TFP Senior Member

    Looks good Roland. And even if sometimes it might be overkill, I'm sure that the customer will always see the extra care taken. Oh, and watcha usin' all that D-815 for?
     
  4. polestretch

    polestretch Senior Member

    Roland, you had to get the coffee maker in the picture didn't ya? :yesss:
     
  5. Roland Thompson

    Roland Thompson Charter Member Senior Member

    This is one of the many things I do for my customers. I want them to say " WOW I have never seen the care taken like this installing my floors."
    Oh the D- 815 is what I used to glue pad around wall and at seams with.
    My order from Fishman did not make it with my pad glue and I have a few casses of the D-815
     
  6. kylenelson

    kylenelson You'll find me on the floor I Support TFP Senior Member

    Oh, I was gonna say! That's some might spendy pad glue.
     
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