How can carpet coexist with hard flooring? It’s a question we’ve been asked time and time again by homeowners in and around Naperville, and we understand why. High-quality carpet is great for most rooms thanks to its warmth and comfort, but connecting rooms, such as bathrooms and kitchens, are usually better suited to harder surfaces. Combining carpet in one room with hard flooring in the next is rarely a walk in the park, but you can ease the process using our guide.
Whether it’s hardwood, ceramic tile, or stone, one rule reigns above all: you need to make sure the contractors who install the hard flooring leave a clean, straight edge. Yes, carpet is soft and fuzzy, but it isn’t made that way just to hide rough, uneven edges.