We do our very best to keep your paint in the same shape it was in when we arrived. However, the backing on the carpet is very abrasive and sometimes in a tight corner or with a large, unwieldy piece of carpet, it may touch the walls. If that happens, minor paint scuffing can occur. So, you may have to do some touch up when we leave. The same type of scuffing can occur on baseboards. Another issue with paint can arise if the surface was not properly prepared before you painted. This usually happens with baseboards and trim that were painted over stained wood without being sanded first. Remember, if you can scrape the paint off with a fingernail, it will likely scrape off during a flooring installation.
Articles in this section
- How long will installation take?
- You finished the project in my home. Is there anything else for me to do?
- What should I do to prepare for my upcoming installation?
- How do you attach my new carpet to my old carpet in the doorway?
- You measured and said I have a "high joist". What is that?
- I saw the advertisement at Lowe's for a 72 hour install. What is that?
- What is a dye lot?
- I purchased white primed quarter round. What does that mean? Do I have to paint it or what?
- Do I need to be present for my installation?
- Why is there so much waste?