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Carpet Installers in Boston, MA

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Hudson Carpet and Flooring, LLC
(866) 452-6861
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Installation for Business Materials - Not Provided by Consumer
  • Laminate Installation for Business Materials - Not Provided by Consumer
  • Vinyl Installation for Business Materials - Not Provided by Consumer
  • Wood Installation for Business Materials - Not Provided by Consumer
Featured Review

"We hired Hudson Carpet and Flooring and we were very happy with them. If we had an issue, they were out doing whatever they could to make it right. I would recommend them to others! We have worked with other contractors at our business that weren't so great to deal with. "

- nicole C. from boston, MA
New Coverings
(508) 713-0791
Areas of Expertise
  • Pergo Flooring
  • Carpet Supply and Installation
  • Tile Installation
  • Linoleum and Vinyl Flooring
Featured Review

"Lots of Noel and prompt service"

- carl S. from boston, MA
DaSilva Flooring, LLC
(508) 521-8207
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Install
  • Carpet Repair
  • Laminite / Vinyl Planks /
  • Pre- Finished - Finished Hardwood flooring
Featured Review

"I couldn't be happier with DaSilva Flooring. The quality of the work, the cost, and the professionalism couldn't be topped. I would highly recommend this company."

- jennifer M. from westborough, MA
AA&R Flooring, Inc.
(857) 321-4229
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring
Featured Review


- stacy R.
Grand Flooring Services, LLC
(617) 399-5748
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring
Featured Review

"Great group of guys, price was where I wanted and service was exceptional. So good I hired them twice."

- robert G. from everett, MA
Empire Today, LLC - Boston
(855) 422-7649
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Flooring
  • Laminate Flooring
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Tile & Vinyl Flooring
  • Window Treatments
Featured Review

"Excellent job I was pleased with their work and clean up "

- bsrbara B. from brockton, MA
Pro One Remodeling Services
(781) 779-1199
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman & Contracting Services
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Basement Remodeling
  • Flooring Installation
  • Painting Services
Featured Review

"Pro Handy Man Services met every expectation you would have for a great contracting service. The quote was well priced, the communication was great, the job was executed and completed promptly. On top of all that the quality of the work was fantastic! I will be working with them again in the future! "

- jason P. from cambridge, MA
Rizzo's Floor Covering
(617) 548-9556
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet - Install - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
  • Carpet - Repair, Refasten, or Stretch
  • Carpet - Install - Materials Not Provided by Consumer - For Business
  • Carpet - Install - Materials Provided by Consumer
  • Carpet - Repair, Refasten, or Stretch- For Business
Featured Review

"Mike and his crew were amazing. This was actually about the fifth company I called to have our carpet restreched. Two companies blew me off, and another wanted so much money I could have bought a brand new carpet. Mike was easy to work with, responsive, and actually showed up early with about 5 other guys to help with the job. The quality is awesome and he gave me a fair price. I would definitely recommend him and would absolutely hire him again!!"

- allison W. from west roxbury, MA
Empire Today, LLC - Hartford
(855) 422-7649
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Flooring
  • Laminate Flooring
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Tile & Vinyl Flooring
  • Window Treatments
Featured Review

"The men were very professional and they did a good job cleaning up afterwards"

- bruce D. from hyde park, NY

Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Boston, Massachusetts

Price's Wood Floors
10 Tuckers Court
Peabody, MA 01960
Classic Home Improvement
9 Lee St.
Lancaster, MA 01523
Richard J. Mochi & Son
47 Lyman Ave.
Boston, MA 02155
J A Construction
1229 Bennington St.
East Boston, MA 02128
J. Martinoli & Sons / Hire a Hubby
22 Whittier St.
Haverhill, MA 01830

Things to Consider Before You Add or Replace Carpeting:

  • What are you looking for?
  • What kind of location is this?
  • Have you already purchased the carpet for this project?
  • What kind of carpet installation is this?
  • Where will the carpet be installed?

    Entry or hallway
    Dining room
    Family or living room

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Boston Carpet Installation

Besides regular carpet maintenance, proper carpet installation in Boston is the best way to ensure you'll get long life and good performance out of your new carpets. But is this a do-it-yourself job, or is it better left to professionals? With a major home improvement like installing carpet, the quick and easy answer is almost always to hire the job out. A poor installation simply leads to too many problems down the road to make saving a few dollars worth the risk. That's not to say that this is a job that can't be done by a persistent homeowner with the right tools, however. That being the case, it's worth looking at what a good carpet installation entails, so that you can make the best judgment possible as to whether this is a job you want to tackle on your own.

The Cost of Hiring a Pro First of all, let's start with cost. Obviously the biggest reason to do it on your own is to save money. A basic carpet installation in Boston is likely to run in the neighborhood of one tenth to a third of your total cost, if you purchase carpet that wasn't in the bargain bin, but isn't a luxury line either. With an average carpet installation in Boston running $1,275 based on data that HomeAdvisor collects from post-project surveys, those are savings worth taking a chance on for some homeowners; though don't forget to add in extras such as equipment rental or purchases, and the cost of gas for getting around town. On the other side of the spectrum, spending several hundred dollars extra is worth every penny for many residents of Greater Boston, especially when you calculate in the time saved, frustration avoided, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing a professional did the job right.

The Process in a Nutshell A basic carpet installation in Boston is the same for contractors and home handymen alike. You'll start by tearing out the old carpet and cleaning and prepping the room. This includes installing the tackless strips, followed by laying down the carpet padding. Once your underlayment is down, you'll need to roll out your carpet, cut it a little bit larger (4"-6") than the room itself, and start the installation. Actual installation consists of attaching the carpet to the tackless strips on one side of a room with a knee kicker, then using the power stretcher on the opposite side of the room to pull the carpet tight before attaching it there as well. Throughout this process you'll use a utility knife to cut the carpet edges to the proper length, followed by tucking the remaining edge down under the wall.

Keep in mind that there isn't room in this article to fully detail a step-by-step carpet installation in Boston, or to go into particulars such as how to install seams or how to deal with doorways and transition areas. That being said, if you're going it alone, be sure to do some thorough reading ahead of time to make sure you have all the necessary tools handy, and the process down pat. You'll be more than thankful you took the time to prepare before hand once you get underway. Nevertheless, this information should give you an idea of what you're getting into if you install carpet in Boston on your own, as well as what to expect from your contractor if you choose to hire the job out.

If Not Done Correctly . . . The biggest risk you run in choosing to do a carpet installation in Boston yourself has to do with how long your carpet is going to last before you start seeing the tell-tale signs of a sub-par installation job. If it's done right, you can expect to enjoy 10 to 15 years of good performance from your new carpet without experiencing any problems whatsoever. Vacuum your carpet regularly and schedule a carpet cleaning once a year, and your carpet should look and feel pretty close to new for the duration of that time, as well. If your carpet installation isn't up to industry standards, however, you'll start to see issues like rippling, bulging, and buckling over time, all of which are signs that the carpet wasn't stretched or attached properly. This information is as important for those that hire their installation out as it is for DIYers. It's why finding a quality carpet installer to install your carpet in Beantown is equally important as hiring a pro in the first place. On that front, get at least three bids from different contractors and check references before you hire. It's far and away the best strategy when it comes to finding a carpet installer in Boston that is going to do the job right the first time out.