We regularly prepare rug appraisals for rugs. Rug appraisals meet a wide array of needs, including insurance purposes, collateral loan agreements, and charitable contributions. Your rugs are described in detail, which includes origin, design, condition, construction, dimensions, age, and replacement retail value. The final legal document signed personally by Mr. David Khazai and is accepted throughout the industry by courts, estate planning professionals, the Internal Revenue Service, and insurance firms. Within one or two days the certified appraisal document will be given to you.
When thinking about what size rug you need for your space, there are several factors to consider. The rug size you need depends on the size of the room, where your furniture is placed, and what type of room it is going in. There are certain standards you can follow that will help you determine what size rug you need.
We use special cleaning agents with water saturation that are guaranteed to remove 100% of the pet urine odors from your rug. If you act immediately and contact us right after your pet stains the rug and before it dries, it will be much easier to remedy the damage. However, we also have years of successful experience in removing even old and dry urine stains from rugs. Once you bring your rug in for inspection, our experts will diagnose the best next steps.
Our passion for premium quality Oriental Rugs is infectious. When we take the time to assist a customer with the purchase of an Orienatl Rug and during the appraisal of their rug(s) during our oriental rug cleaning or trade-in process, we see a remarkable engagement from people eager to learn more about the rug(s) they want or already own. That's why when we clean rugs, we do so with the utmost care and concern. When we pick up your rug(s) for cleaning, we carefully move your furniture, vacuum over, around, and under your rug so we don't spread surface dust all over your home, and then place the newly-cleaned rug exactly where we found it. That's what care, commitment, and overall great service look like, and we hope you get to experience all three first-hand.
A genuine hand-knotted Oriental rug is a worthwhile investment that will last a very long time if you take a few precautions. Protecting your rug from premature wear and rug damage is only to ensure your piece will be enjoyed by your children and grandchildren. Some common problems encountered by rug owners are discussed below.
Rug padding serves a number of different purposes for your rug. Most importantly, it prevents your rug from sliding on your floor or buckling up when you have furniture on it. The sliding and buckling of your rug can cause injury to yourself or others, which is why it’s important to avoid this risk. As an added plus, rug pads can also protects both your floor and rug from damage.
Your oriental rug is an investment that can appreciate in value over time– but a damaged rug is a much less valuable rug. If you don’t take care of your rug properly, its value can diminish pretty quickly. One little-known fact is that rotating your rug frequently can actually help preserve the life of your rug and prevent rug damage. Here’s why:
An area rug is a popular addition to a hard surface floor such as hardwood, laminate, or tile. It can even be laid over wall-to-wall carpet. Perhaps the most obvious reason to have an area rug is for the way they look. An Oriental Rug is a piece of artwork. It is like having a beautiful painting, but for your floor. The benefits of an area rug extend far beyond style. Here are some of the numerous benefits of a rug: