Carpets were once considered to be expensive household luxuries, and nowadays they are frequently seen in ordinary families as people pursue high quality of life. However, there are still many consumers who think that carpets are not only troublesome to take care of, but also worry about the waste of cost as a short service life of ground textiles. So let's take a look at the life cycle and cost of the carpet together.
1. The cost of the carpet life cycle
The cost of the carpet life cycle is calculated by dividing the basic manufacturing cost of the carpet, the installation cost, and the extra cost of the installation, as well as the sum of the maintenance costs divided by the length of time the carpet is consumed. How long the carpet can be used, mainly depending on the acceptable level of appearance.
Some of these types of carpets cost 60% more maintenance than regular carpets in order to maintain a good appearance. As a result, long-term savings in maintenance costs are enough to offset the huge investment originally used to purchase quality carpets.
2. Carpet maintenance and cost
The age of the carpet is affected by many factors, such as the quality of the carpet, fiber, texture, type, color, pattern, cushion, usage, use, maintenance needs. It can be seen how important the correct maintenance method is to extend the life of the carpet. In the absence of a detailed carpet care plan or a maintenance that is only occasionally done, the appearance of the wear and tear is necessarily faster and more serious than the carpet that receives daily care, so the cost of maintenance and repair can be changed at any time, which is difficult to budget. All in all, the sum of such expenditures is usually more than budgeted and planned maintenance expenditures.
The facts show that effective maintenance measures can extend the life cycle of the carpet. The longer the carpet is used, the lower its annual cost.