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“We’re often asked, “When can the carpet be removed, and what should we expect during that process?” A lot of times, painting contractors find it a little bit easier for them if the carpet is removed ahead of time. I would agree it is easier for them. However, if the house is fully furnished, that would require moving the furniture twice on our part and replacing it twice to remove the carpet to make the job easier for the painter, which is not that efficient for us and can be costly for you as a consumer. What I would advise is that you just have the painter or you as a homeowner even can take a utility knife and move away from the wall. In other words, go up against the wall, move into the room about four inches, and just slice straight down. Cut the carpet out completely and then peel it away. It’s really a simple process.