If you're trying to decide whether or not to use a Hand […]
If you're trying to decide whether or not to use a Handtufted Carpet Yarn in your home, there are several things that you should keep in mind. The first thing that you have to consider is the quality of the yarn. Wool is, perhaps, the best natural fiber available for carpets. It has been around for centuries and is widely recognized for its durability, beauty and excellent insulating properties. So, if you want to use wool for carpets, then you shouldn't worry about any possible disadvantages. The most common complaints about wool are that it is scratchy, it takes a lot of work to keep it clean and it can be quite expensive.
But while wool is definitely more expensive than synthetic materials, it is also far more durable. You won't have to worry about having to replace a cheap carpet very often. Synthetic carpets will need to be replaced every few years (often due to wear and tear) and they aren't nearly as easy to care for as wool. But if you do choose to use synthetic carpeting - which isn't recommended - you can get bargain-basement prices. And since you can buy carpets at such low prices, you can afford to replace them more frequently.
Another thing that you'll have to think about is the type of carpet that you're going to use. If you already have a carpet laying contractor with you, it may be tempting to let him choose the rug for you. But this may not be a good idea, especially if you plan to use hand tufted carpets. Since a carpet laying contractor has already measured and cut the carpet to your exact specifications, he won't be able to give you advice on which type of rugs are best. It's better if you go with the recommendation of somebody who knows more about rugs.
Hand tufted carpets are designed to look and feel like natural fibers. They also have the advantage of being easier to clean than other types of carpets. Some people who have tried to clean and treat other types of carpets have been unable to remove all the dirt from the braided rugs, even with several hours of scrubbing.
One of the biggest disadvantages of hand tufted carpeting is the cost. They are much more expensive than most synthetic carpets, and the cost varies widely from one place in the US to another. While there are some places where hand-tufted rugs are actually more expensive than others, you should check online to see if you can find the best deals. And remember that a single incorrect move on a carpet can really ruin a perfectly good carpet. So double check to avoid damaging your rug.
You may also want to hire a professional cleaner for your new hand tufted carpet. The downside of this is that they can cost you more money than you expect, so be sure to think about the time and money you'll save by cleaning your own carpet. Another disadvantage is that professional cleaners are hard to find, which can make it harder to have them clean your carpet. If you do choose to hire one of these experts though, you can be assured that your rug will be as clean and shiny as you would get with any other type of carpet. They're just much harder to find.