Removing a carpet seems to be simple, but it is a bit heavy and laborious task if you don’t have the right tools in advance. Make sure that you collect all the required equipment and tools before you start the installation process.
This is the first yet most useful step because it can ensure that you are not going to mess up the area during the carpet removal process.
Detach The Carpet: The tack strips are used underneath the carpet fabric to create a crisp edge and secure the carpet to its place. To rip out the carpet, you first have to detach the track strip completely from the rug.
Cut The Carpet: A perfectly cut carpet piece is easier to handle than a whole rug because you can easily carry the carpet pieces to another room and recycle them without getting the burden of handling.
Remove The Carpet Padding: If your carpet padding is glued, then you can use a floor scraper to scrape out the chunks that remain after your padding removal process.
Restore The Hardwood Floor: Once the hardwood flooring is exposed, first check it to ensure that there is no damage or cracks on it.