A complete Solution of carpet Stretching is a job that is very important when you are laying carpet. For the carpet to look good in the future, it must be properly stretched. Here are the basics of how to effectively string.


Place carpet tack strips along with the edge of the room, spaced about the width of your mattress and carpet on each wall. Fasten to the floor with 2-inch nails every 6 inches. The tack strips have small tacks holding out of the ones that are at a slight angle, so make sure the nails go through the walls. If you are re-laying your mat, gently pull up, remove the staples from the face of the pad and remove the pad from behind. Pick up the damaged tack strips and replace them. Heavy gloves when going with the tack strips to avoid injury.

1. Lay the Pad:-

New carpet, unroll the cushion to the perimeter of the room, cut with a knife and remove the remains. Staples in place. Since the current pad adjusts to the room, simply replace it and rest it on the floor.

2. Lay the Rug on the Floor:-

 If it is new, trim so it is about 3 inches too far on each wall. The stretcher in the baseboard on the opposite wall, position your head about 6 inches from the wall and push down on the lever to stretch the carpet. Then hold the mat onto the tack strip.

Stretching carpet is a job that is very important when you are laying carpet. For the carpet to look good in the future, it must be properly stretched. Here are the basics on how to stretch your carpet effectively.

3. Lay the Carpet

Before you start stretching the carpet, you need to make sure that the carpet is in place. To do this, you need to unfold the carpet roll in the room in which it will be installed. Make sure the rug is fully unrolled. In some places, it should extend several inches to the edge of the wall.

4. Full seams

After you set the rug in place, you will need to complete the seams before stretching. The seams of the carpet should be together so that you can stretch the carpet well soon. For this part of the job, you will need seam tape and an iron. Set the joint tape under the sides of the two sections of carpet. Then take your seam iron and place it under the edge of the rug. This will melt the seam tape and tie the two pieces of carpet together.

5. Stretcher Power

After completing the seam, you can start stretching the carpet. A powered stretcher is very important as it helps you stretch well in a large room. The electric stretcher will spread around the room. Then you will need to push down on the handle to make the rug stretch well. Do this on several parts of the room so that the entire piece of carpet is stretched across it.

6. Kicker for Carpets

At this point, you will need to use a carpet knife. A carpet kicker is a small tool that has a rubber handle on the bottom to grip the carpet fibres. You will then need to rest your knee on the padding at the top of the kicker to create the strength needed to grab the carpet and place it on the tactical strip around the edge of the room. You will need to use a carpet knife around the entire edge of the room.

7. Cropping

Once you’ve used the power stretcher and carpet scissors, chances are good that you will have a little extra carpet along the edge of the wall. When this happens, you need to use a service knife to cut off excess carpet. This will give the wall a smooth, new look.