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Let’s face it, there are many companies in the United States that perform both traditional removals of carpet and also the more difficult glued down carpet flooring, but how many of them can grind or profile your concrete or wood subfloors? What does profiling mean in the context of subfloors?
Not many, in fact, most companies don’t even like to show videos of the methods they use to prepare floors because of the dust created. There are regulations about silica dust exposure that we take very seriously. Some companies don’t do anything to protect their workers or the homeowner, we do care.
Profiling is the complete removal of protruding staples, nails or screws, paint, varnish, adhesives, and other contaminants by mechanical methods, thus ensuring a flatter and a more bondable surface. This type of floor preparation is superior to any chemical removal method in existence.
Below is a video showing examples of profiling concrete subfloors to remove paint, and other contaminants. This is very important, especially if you are gluing or adhering a new floor to the surface.
As you can see, underneath carpet on some homes are a lot of nails, especially true when carpet is removed over stairs, a basement or on an upper floor.
It’s important to have these staples removed first before putting anything else down.
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You might be thinking that removing carpet and pad should not be dusty but in reality, the process can be quite dusty, especially when removing the tackstrip.
Below is a video showing how we are able to remove all of the tackstrip without filling the home with any concrete silia dust, it is all captured by our PulseRam vacuum system.
If you are looking for a quote on removing carpet, pad, tackstrip and profiling your floors, please call: (480) 418-1635 (Click to Call)
Every installer and homeowner should be concerned with the condition of the concrete floors prior to starting the installation of tile, hardwood, plank or vinyl flooring. If the concrete floors are not clean, there could be a major bonding issue and you could have loose or hollow sounding tiles down the road.
Below is a video showing how we profile wood subfloors to remove staples leftover from the removal of carpet padding, thinset removal, and other types of contaminants.
Sometimes, installers guarantee the new flooring will last the lifetime of the homeowner, but they usually say this is only the case if the floors are prepared beforehand.
We at Arizona Home Floors are your go-to business for removing paint, glue, and contaminants from your formerly carpeted areas dust-free!
We use the patented dustless DustRam system of flooring removal tools to remove the carpeted flooring and get you back down to bare concrete.
Please note that we are not in the business of installing floors, simply put, we are a dustless removal company and the process we use to remove the old glue, stains, paint overspray, and other floor contaminants is very simple, see the video above to learn more.
To the left you will see what your concrete floors will typically look like after Arizona Home Floors removes your carpet, pad and tack strip then grinds the floor, removing paint overspray, glue, and other contaminants.
To the right is what to expect once the floors have been ground (profiled) back to the bare concrete subfloor, removing hundreds of micro high spots in the process.
You might have been searching for how to remove carpet because you are the type who likes to do it yourself. There are carpet floor removal services all over the Phoenix metro area, but how many have a dust-free system like the DustRam? Only Arizona Home Floors.
We remove the carpet padding, tack strips, nails and can get you back down to a clean and bare concrete subfloor. In over 95% of cases, your formerly carpeted area is now ready for new flooring.
Don’t waste time having your carpet cleaned or stains removed when you can just replace your old carpet with new tile or even new carpet that is more modern looking. The cost to remove carpet is determined by several factors, but overall, it’s pretty inexpensive for most homeowners.
How Much it Costs to Remove Carpet
The going rate for traditional companies that remove carpeted areas changes depending on what they are removing, for us, we can give you all the information you need over the phone depending on where you live, what floors your carpet is on and so on.
Please contact us at Arizona Home Floors today at (480) 418-1635 to get a quote on the complete package, which includes removing all of your carpet, pad, and tack strips as well as performing our concrete grinding or profiling service.
We also include disposal of old carpet in our price quote.
By the time we are done, you might feel like you are standing on a brand new floor, without all of the dirt, soil, odor, old glue, gum, paint over-spray, adhesives, or pet urine stains from your cat and dog and contaminants built up over the years.
Traditional carpet removal companies can’t match the speed and cleanliness of our DustRam system, they don’t have our equipment.
We can go over the average cost with you on the phone, you can also email us pictures if you are curious about what the cost will be.
For most states, you will want a company that is licensed, bonded and also insured, preferably, with an A+ BBB rating like our company.
The best advice we can offer customers who are thinking about removing their carpet is to consider what they are planning on putting down afterward.
Will it be a new carpet, a laminate floating floor, new wood look tile or perhaps they might just want to have a stained concrete floor instead of dealing with either of the other two options?
It’s important to make sure that you don’t assume that you can go immediately to staining your concrete floor, you might have a condition known as “soft concrete” which occurs when the builders use excess water when pouring your concrete foundation.
Another thing that can happen is that if it rains when your home is being built and the roof is not yet in place, then you potentially also have soft concrete, either way, you might want to have a plan B if this is the case, never assume you can jump into staining your floors, call us for more details.
We use the right tools and the right machines to get the job done dust free and fast.
Learn more about concrete grinding and silica dust by clicking here.
Please contact us at Arizona Home Floors today at (480) 418-1635
Our process uses no plastic and no water, unlike the other cheaper alternatives out there.
Traditional companies cannot remove adhesives without creating dust, but with our patented dust-free DustRam System, we can remove everything dust-free, from start to finish.
For old carpet removal, reach out to us today. Stop bothering with removing stains or gum or dealing with odors such as pet urine.