If you have stairs that you need to protect, a stair runner is a great product choice. These areas see a great deal of traffic and need a little something extra in busy spaces.
But how are these carpet stair runners made? That's a good question, and here are some facts that will help with an answer.
Runners are customized carpet pieces
Every runner and area rug starts as a piece of carpeting, with different changes. Some come in standard sizes, while others turn into specialty shapes or sizes.
When customizing a piece, getting the specific look you want and need is easy. But for many, standard options from our carpet flooring store are plenty.
Creating the perfect piece
Once a manufacturer cuts a carpet, it must be bound with the proper edging. These bindings can differ significantly, but there are three main types.
Regular binding tape or cloth creates an edge of different sizes. They can be very thin or much thicker, based on the look needed.
Serging is a binding type that looks very much like hand stitching. However, it gives rugs a more formal, elegant appearance.
A fringe binding takes formality to the next level and comes in a variety of lengths and looks. Custom hall and stair runner carpet with fringing works best in areas of low traffic, so less cleaning is necessary.
Visit our carpet flooring store
Whether you need custom stair or hall runners, G. Fried Flooring & Design has what you need. We're here to take your vision and turn it into reality in your home.
When you're ready for the best runner carpet in Paramus, NJ, visit our showroom. We look forward to serving you as we've served residents from: