A rug pad is a piece of material that goes underneath the rug between the rug and the floor, and is the same size as (or slightly smaller than) the rug. The rug pad acts as a buffer to deter rug-dye transfer to your hardwoods, prevent scratching, and add a nice little cushion for comfort. They are also really handy in keeping rugs from slipping and sliding. Do not buy a pad that is larger than the rug--that’s never a good look. Stick with the same size or slightly smaller to keep it hidden from view.
There are too many variables in rugs to provide an average cost, but you can buy low-end rugs for as little as $20 dollars. From there, prices can escalate up to hundreds of thousands, even millions, for rare Turkish rugs. It’s best to start with the area you want to cover, decide a budget and ideal material, then search for what matches your needs  and still has an aesthetic that appeals to you.

When you bought your area rug, you probably spent a significant amount of time picking it out, selecting the perfect pattern and colors to match your home and your lifestyle. Why would you give any less care and thought when it comes to deciding how to best clean and protect your rugs? Every area rug requires special care to maximize the life and durability of the piece. When selecting an area rug or Oriental rug cleaning service, it is worth paying attention to exactly how the people you hire will treat, clean and handle your rugs.

A rug pad is a piece of material that goes underneath the rug between the rug and the floor, and is the same size as (or slightly smaller than) the rug. The rug pad acts as a buffer to deter rug-dye transfer to your hardwoods, prevent scratching, and add a nice little cushion for comfort. They are also really handy in keeping rugs from slipping and sliding. Do not buy a pad that is larger than the rug--that’s never a good look. Stick with the same size or slightly smaller to keep it hidden from view.


Healthier. We use a specially designed, green-certified cleaning solution that is safe and non-toxic for your employees and customers. Our low moisture process also helps eliminate the risk of mold and mildew that excess water can cause. Additionally, in a study conducted by a leading independent air quality lab, our HCE cleaning process was found to remove an average of 98% of common allergens from carpet and upholstery, and, when a sanitizer is added, 89% of airborne bacteria.*
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