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How Often Should A Landlord Replace Carpet

Rainbow International of Mississauga & Halton
Publication date:
November 12, 2019
Article Summary: 

This blog post explores the frequency at which a landlord should replace carpeting in a rental property. The post suggests that landlords should consider several factors, such as the type of carpet, the amount of foot traffic, and any damage or stains. It recommends that landlords should generally replace carpeting every five to seven years, or sooner if it shows significant wear and tear. The post also provides tips on how to extend the lifespan of carpeting, such as regular cleaning and maintenance, and promptly addressing any spills or damage. The post concludes by emphasizing the importance of maintaining a clean and safe living environment for tenants.


landlord, carpet, rental property, foot traffic, damage, stains, lifespan, cleaning, maintenance, spills, wear and tear, living environment, tenants.

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Rainbow International of Mississauga & Halton
How Often Should A Landlord Replace Carpet
November 12, 2019
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