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Carpet Removal

Junk Removal Kennesaw


Traditional contractors don’t have the means to recycle your carpeting. Junk Ninja diverts over 60% of the items we remove from landfills. Help us keep America Green. Let us assist you with your carpet removal project. Not only do we remove carpet and padding we can haul away junk & clutter.

Whether you’re in the middle of a huge home renovation project, or just one room, carpet removal is often a big part of the stress you are experiencing. You are ready to achieve that great new look you envision for your home, but you can’t lay down new carpet without first removing the old carpet. Junk Ninja Junk Removal will remove & recycle the old carpet and padding and any remaining debris that was left behind.

How to Remove Carpet

  • Pull it Up: first, use pliers to pull up a corner of the carpet, ripping it off the tack strip holding it down. Continue pulling it as you back further away from the starting corner. Once you’ve got about 3 to 5 feet of carpet, begin cutting it up in strips. The strips you cut make tossing them into the trash a lot easier during cleanup.
  • Work Carefully: next, continue pulling the carpet and cutting it into strips. Keep a trash bag close by to toss the scraps as you work. Work around transitions in the carpeting that separate the carpet from another flooring type to prevent damaging it. This comes in handy when your new carpet is being installed. It can also save you money when you don’t have to replace a cut-up transition.
  • The Finishing Touches: finally, throw all the rest of your cut-up scraps into trash bags. Remember that concrete floors often have the carpet padding glued down. This results in padding left glued to the floor after the carpet is pulled up. You can remove this leftover padding by using a scraper (and a lot of elbow grease) to scrape it up. Scrapers are available for an affordable cost at home improvement stores and hardware centers. Your store’s selection might include both sharp and blunt blades, but both are fine to use for this job.
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