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Carpet is a beautiful floor covering that provides a comprehensive offering of benefits for so many spaces in your home. It’s a beautiful addition to any décor scheme, with various colors, designs, and patterns. But it also features advantages such as softness, durability, and stain protection.
Some of these materials are installed from wall to wall, but others come in specific sizes. Those that are not as big as the rooms in which they are placed require a binding. This service is necessary for these pieces, and you should know a few things about it.
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When your flooring requires a binding, you must take care to maintain that binding to ensure that it functions properly. The binding consists of stitching around the carpeting's outer edges made of fabric, adhesive, or stitching. This is attached to keep the fibers from raveling.
Binding tape is decorative and affordable and does a beautiful job of edging your flooring. Another option is serging, which adds a border that looks much like a hand-sewn edge for durability and beauty. Fringing is the most decorative binding option that looks amazing in high visibility areas but requires more maintenance than the other trims.
Bindings are used for various floor coverings, including area rugs, hall runners, stair runners, and so much more. You might use the same binding between pieces to maintain continuity. On the other hand, you might choose bindings specific to the rooms they are in to cater to each room's unique décor. It’s essential to select the bindings that work best for the preferences and requirements you have for your home.
Over the years, binding can wear out, especially in areas of high traffic. The good news is that binding can be repaired several times, as long as the flooring itself has integrity. Since this flooring isn’t attached to the subfloor or along the walls, you can take it up for repairs at any time.