We are selling underpad

Is a rug pad really necessary?
The answer is: yes, you need a pad under your area rug! No matter what type of floor covering your area rug will be laid over; a rug pad is essential for several.

Every Rug needs a Rug Pad? Longevity – Believe it or not, a pad extends the life of your rug by preventing the fibers from being crushed. The pad acts as a type of buffer between the hard surface below and the rug above. … A pad prevents dye transfer, marring, staining, and scratching to the floor or carpeting beneath

Should rug pad be same size as rug?
A rug pad should be slightly smaller in size than the actual size of the rug. … So if the size of your rug size is 8’x10′, then the rug pad size should be 7’10”x9’10”, a total of two inches less in each dimension, which is the same as one inch less on all four sides.

Do rug pads damage hardwood floors?
Unlike many imported plastic pads, a natural rubber rug pad will never stain or discolor hardwood floors. … A quality rug pad will anchor your rug for many years, be odor free, not disintegrate and never stick to or stain your floors; it will protect your floors, never destroy them

Oriental rug pad
An easy way to pro-long the life of your beautiful oriental rug is by purchasing a quality rug pad.

Underlayment for your rug not only protects the rug itself, it also protects the flooring underneath. If you have hardwood floors we highly recommend a quality rug pad for your hand-knotted rug. It will help keep the rug in place by preventing any annoying shifting or buckling.

All wall-to-wall carpet in a home has a carpet padding installed underneath, so why not do the same for your more valuable hand-knotted rugs? A quality rug pad will provide a cushion and add comfort while walking on them.

Our premium non-slip rug pad won’t allow spills or pet accidents to soak through the pad, damaging the flooring underneath. Most of the pad we sell has a solid rubber backing with an upper-surface designed to grip the rug more effectively.

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We do professional storage service

Rug Storage Tips: How to Store Rugs and Carpet
Thoroughly clean the rug.
Protect the rug from moths and other insects.
Tightly roll the rug for storage.
Wrap the rug in a protective fabric or plastic.
Store the rug off the ground in a cool, dry environment.
Unroll and check the rug for signs of damage every few months.

Always roll from the bottom of the rug to the top.

What is the best way to store oriental rugs?
Try to place your rug on a shelf or table with a layer of paper as a barrier in between. This barrier is usually not necessary by can keep wood acids from being absorbed into the rug if it was going to be stored for more than a year. The best way to store your rugs is to keep them rolled.

Why it’s important
There are many reasons why a rug owner would need to store their rug. Perhaps you are moving, or you like to change out different rugs between seasons. If you intend to place your rug in long-term storage, for any reason, we highly recommend it be professionally wrapped.
Wrapping the rug will prevent the rug from getting wet, dirty, and will also prevent moth damage. We do not use plastic wrap to store rugs. Plastic will not allow the rug to properly breathe and will not allow moisture to escape.

How it’s stored
If you’re limited on space, or simply want to remove the hassle of storage, we can store your rug on shelving in our humidity and temperature controlled storage room. We guarantee the safest storage environment for your oriental rug.

Don’t forget we offer free rug pickup and delivery! So if want to store certain rugs over the winter we are happy to do pick them up and drop them off.

When wrapping a rug for long-term storage we use a light-weight, durable, composite material that will keep out moisture but also allow the wool fibers to breathe. The material will keep out and repel water but it allows interior moisture to escape.

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We have mothproofing and professional treatment service

How do I get rid of moths in my oriental rug?
How do you Eliminate Oriental Rug Moth Infestation? First, vacuum any excess signs of moths from both the front and back of the rug with a deep cleaning air power vacuum. Then, use a beater vacuum from the reverse side to agitate eggs out from the base of the pile. Repeat use of air vacuum on the front of the rug


Professional carpet and rug moth treatment services in Ontario

Moths are a pest that can destroy the carpets you love. At Gohari Oriental Rugs Service we can repair rugs eaten my moths and provide cleaning to get rid of moth eggs. Additionally, we can apply a moth repelling solution to prevent future pest problems. Treatment should be applied once every five years for frequently used rugs. For stored rugs, the treatment should be applied every year. This treatment is also good to prevent other pests from destroying your rug.

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Rug Hanging Service

Preserves the Rug: There may be a rug with an extra-ordinary sentimental or material value that you intend to maintain. The most convenient way to do that is by rug wall hanging. This way the rug stays away from footfalls and you never forget to have it cleaned!
How to Hang Your Rug On The Wall

Decide whether you want your hanging carpet freely or flush to the wall (this effects which method you will use).
When choosing your wall, also keep in mind the size of your rug!
Do not choose a wall that is in direct sunlight, as this exposure will damage the vegetable dies in your rug over time.
Do not hang a rug near a heating source. This could have a catastrophic impact on the fibers.
Don’t use raw wood or un-coated metals (like nails) to hang your rug, over time this will also damage your rug. A nail hanging rug would pull itself apart.
We recommend that you still clean your hanging rug every few months using a vacuum attachment. It can always get dusty on the wall!
Stay away from sticky adhesives!.

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Appraisal & Evaluation

When do I need an appraisal and why ?

  1. You have inherited an Oriental, Persian or area rug and would like to know its value.
  2. You would like the value of your rug for insurance purposes.
  3. You want to sell you rug but do not know how much it is worth in today’s market.
  4. You want to give you rug to someone you love and want to know the value of your rug.

Would you like to know the value of your antique Persian rug or that small rug adorning your hallway? Our carpets and rug specialist will give you an online valuation, including the item’s market value, subject matter and/or decorative style, and where it was made.

In order to provide accurate appraisals, our fine rug specialists follow a eight step appraisal process.
1.Find the Knots-Per-Inch or KPI
2.Identify Your Rug’s Origin
3.Learn Your Rug’s Age and Condition
4.Learn Your Rug’s Country of Origin
5.Learn Your Rug’s Style
6.Learn Your Rug’s age
7.Learn Your Rug’s any possible damage
8.Identify Your Rug materials and colors

Receive Appraisal Report in your Email
Appraisal certificates will be emailed 1-2 days
What you get with a full appraisal
If you’re looking for a more thorough appraisal with full documentation, then we would recommend a full appraisal. With a full appraisal you’ll receive:

Full documentation
Current replacement and resell value
History and origin of the rug
Detailed description on the condition of the rug
…and more!
When you hire us for an appraisal, what you will get is a professional document with a full assessment of the rug. This includes the exact type of rug, age, condition, history, current market and replacement value. We attach photos, our credentials and contact info so the document can be used as proof in case of loss. Make sure to check with your insurance representative about coverage of your high-value rugs!Appraisal certificates include all the specifications of the rug as well as the current market value.

If you’re considering having a rug appraised, don’t look any further. We pick up and deliver locally for free. To get an appraisal, a quote for cleaning, or any information on your rugs,

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