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Save money and create a unique design with a custom area rug

Rug binding modifies the edges of a carpet with fabric, adhesives and/or stitching to protect the edge of the carpet from wear and from unraveling.

Many, however, turn their existing, no-longer-in-use carpets into one-of-a-kind area rugs. They add aesthetics, function, and excitement to any decor.

Smitty's Floor Covering is a family-owned business that's been in operation since 1958.

A member of the Denton Chamber of Commerce, the company is well established and recognized for its full inventory, novel designs and many services including free in-home measurements.

As a provider, we offer state-of-the-art area rug binding. As a retailer, we have a full assortment of carpets, from the custom to the standard area rug.

We’re located in Denton, TX and also serviceCorinth, Hickory Creek, Krum, Ponder.

Why custom?

A standard area rug is only available in certain colors, sizes, and shapes, none of which may work for your space. Most rooms aren't perfect squares or rectangles, and most have baseboards, moldings, doorway sills, bay windows or closets to get in the way.

You may also want something unique only to you, or you might want to gift someone with a rug to highlight a special event or circumstance. Ideas include something for the new college student with the logo of his or her school; a nursery/gender reveal soft surface, or even holiday decor.

Why rug binding?

● You can save money. Instead of throwing out the almost perfectly good carpet then has a tear in it, have it cut and bound into scatter rugs.

● Did you over-order the product?Instead of letting it go to waste, have the leftovers resized and cut.

● Repair.Do you have something that you just love, but has a stain or frayed edges? Trim off the stain, or have the rug cut into several smaller ones, and bind the edges. Rebind the damaged and frayed ends.

Don’t confuse binding with serging. Binding is folded over the edge and then stitched with a special binding sewing machine. It looks a little more polished, tailored and classic. Serging is when yarn wraps continuously around the edges. Some liken it to a similar appearance of an inside seam of clothing.