Seam sealer (adhesive) prevents cut carpet seams from unravelling after installation and it's required according National Floor Covering Association specification
Seam sealer (adhesive) prevents cut carpet seams from unravelling after installation and is required according National Floor Covering Association (NFCA) specification, The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) 104/105 standards and Manufacturer installation guidelines for warranty purposes. To save installation time, seam sealer is often not applied by the installer which leads to the problems such as shown in this image. Seams will quickly unravel in exposed areas as they are constantly tested by vacuuming, dragged furniture legs and foot traffic. It's easy for an inspector to check for the presence of seam sealer after installation using an inspection light, however, it's not easy for the installer to correct the issue afterwards and yet this is one of the most common problems we experience when inspecting carpet installations. www.nfca.ca
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