How to fit Easybind
Laying down carpet neatly is certainly a skill, but don't let this put you off from fitting your own carpet or runners. Once you've measured and positioned your carpeting right, all you'll need to do is neaten up the edges. And, if you don’t have the time to wait for a professional carpet fitter, or just prefer to get the job done yourself, you'll most likely need to invest in some Easybind carpet edging.
This is a quick, easy, and attractive alternative to using traditional carpet binding or whipping and comes in a beautiful rope-style finish. All you'll need to do is apply it using a holt melt glue gun. To help you get it right, we've put together some handy resources you can find below.
You can check out our technical guide for measuring and fitting Easybind carpet edging which supplies you with both written instructions and static images to guide you through the process.
Alternatively, we have a video tutorial to take you through the practical step-by-step process.
Fitting your own carpet doesn't have to be complicated, and you can make sure it's done to a professional standard with this guide for fitting Easybind. Here at Stair Rods Direct, we have everything from underlay that'll hold your carpet in place, to decorative elements like carpet studs, stair rods, door thresholds, and much more to help you with your renovations.
Looking for more inspiration and advice? Be sure to check out the rest of our How to guides. You'll find tips and tricks for everything from measuring and fitting stair runners, to interior design guides that cover staircase decorating ideas and more. So, get started making your dream home a reality today.