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The red carpet, carpet replacement, carpet cover and carpet cleaning are among the most important things you can do to make the most of your home.
But you’ll also want to make sure that the carpet is up to par for your needs.
The carpet is often overlooked when it comes to home improvement projects, especially in India.
According to a 2016 report by the Institute of Industrial Engineers, only 1.6% of India’s land was surveyed for carpet-recovery projects in the past six months, which is the lowest rate of any country in the world.
In comparison, the United Kingdom surveyed 2.8% of its land in the same period, and the United States 2.9%.
It’s no surprise then that India ranked dead last on the list of countries surveyed for the first time in the survey, with only 0.9% of land being surveyed for a carpet replacement project in the last six months.
This number is not a great reflection of the true importance of carpeting, but it does indicate that the issue is getting a lot of attention in the country.
“A survey conducted by the Centre for Sustainable Design (CSD) in 2017 and 2018 found that almost 80% of respondents were not aware of the importance of their carpet to the home, with the number of respondents who have a carpet-related concern rising by 50% over the past decade,” the report said.
“The CSD survey also found that 73% of the respondents said they were not bothered about the quality of the carpet because of the cost of upkeep and the inconvenience of the removal and cleaning.”
The problem with the carpet-care industryIn the country, it is estimated that only around one in six households have adequate carpet care facilities, and in India, only around 10% of households have access to a free or reduced price carpet.
While the issue with carpet care is well known, the problem is not always understood.
“The industry has come a long way in the years since the advent of carpet-cure, but the process remains largely under the radar,” says Prabhu Kothari, co-founder of The India Red carpet, a company that offers affordable carpet care services.
Kothari started The India Blue carpet company in 2014 and is one of the founders of the company.
“A lot of the problems faced by carpet-makers in India have nothing to do with the quality or quality of carpets,” Kothar says.
“It’s the fact that we have no formal certification, so the people working in the industry can’t get professional certification.”
The Red carpet industry is a niche business in India that is currently dominated by carpet contractors and home improvement companies.
The number of carpet contractors in the sector in India has dropped by half over the last decade, and is now less than half what it was in 2013, according to a 2017 report by IAC Consulting.
While there are some experts who argue that the number is a result of automation, others say the decline in carpet contractors could be the result of more stringent regulation.
In addition, there are concerns over how the industry operates.
“We need to have formal training and certifications for our contractors.
This needs to happen in all sectors, including carpet-working and carpentry,” says Kothare.
In India, there is also a stigma surrounding carpet-repair.
“Many contractors are not even aware of their skills.
They think that carpets can be done at home, but they don’t know the proper way to install them,” he says.
In 2017, The India Green carpet business began to take off after the launch of the Red carpet in 2016.
It’s now one of India ‘s largest carpet suppliers, according the company’s website.
But while there is a huge demand for carpet products in the marketplace, it’s also a difficult business to do business with, especially since the industry is still largely unregulated.
“In 2017 we had about 10 contractors who came to our office, and we only had two employees.
But after they were trained, they had a very good rapport with us and the business was thriving,” says Anil Gupta, CEO of The Indian Green.
The Indian Green is one such business that started as a one-person business and grew into a multibillion-dollar business with employees across several continents.
The company also has partnerships with some of the world’s biggest carpet suppliers.
“They also have a large footprint in Europe and in the US.
So we can work with some suppliers across all these continents, which also benefits our clients,” Gupta says.
The Green also has a partnership with Red Bull India, a popular luxury carpet supplier, and has recently partnered with the popular luxury home furnishings retailer Lush.
Despite the difficulties faced by the carpet industry, the Red BullIndia team is confident that the India Red and Green companies will have a long and successful career in the carpet business.
“India has a great potential for