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About Alexandria, VA’s Most Sought After Carpet and Rug Designer

Since 1985, Farsh Carpets has been the leader in floor covering based on Selection, Innovation and Workmanship.  We offer the latest and finest selection of Carpets and Rugs from Nylon to Wool, Sisal, Jute, Tensile, Viscose and Linen. Innovation in floor covering is our trademark and every rug or wall-to-wall is designed with your room in mind. Our in-house craftsmanship from wall to wall, on-site cut and fit, custom inlaid rugs and custom hand-tufted are unique and unmatched.

Offering the Latest Innovations in Floor Covering
More and more, in today’s interior design, the eyes are drawn to the floor. At Farsh, we offer a complete selection of carpets and rugs custom designed with your room in mind.

Selection, Innovation & Workmanship

Mansour Zamani – How it all Began!

Before establishing Farsh, Mansour Zamani worked as a stock boy, salesman and carpet installer, mastering all facets of the carpet business.  He established Farsh, Inc. in 1985, initially specializing in custom designed rugs.  Mansour has grown the business to include the widest selection of broadloom carpet products in the Washington Metropolitan area.  Over the years he has worked with both homeowners and designers – installing carpet and rugs in homes throughout the DC area, as well as, numerous commercial jobs.  Mansour has established himself as an expert in carpet with hundreds (thousands) of satisfied customers to prove it.

How to Care for your Floor Coverings

  1. Vacuum regularly.

  2. Attend to spills immediately.

  3. Professionally clean as required.

Vaccuuming

The most important step to maintaining your carpet is proper vacuuming. We recommend a thorough vacu- um, at least once a week to remove dust and soil, and prevent particles from becoming embedded in the pile of the carpet. If required, you can vacuum more often. This is encouraged for especially high traffic areas.

We recommend an upright or canister type vacuum with a rotating beater bar/brush as the best type for cut-pile carpets. For loop-pile carpets use a suction only vacuum to protect the fibers.

Also, to ensure your vacuum does not lose suction you should empty the vacuum cleaner dust bag once it is half full.

Preventative Maintenance

You can prevent damage to your carpet by placing absorbent mats at the most frequently used entrances to your home. These should be changed or laundered when they become dirty. By regularly changing the filters in your heating and air conditioning systems you can also vastly reduce the amount of dust that is exposed to your home and your carpet.

Spot and Spill Removal

Removing spots and spills is essential to looking after your carpet. When faced with these types of incidents, speed is of the essence and applying the right treatments promptly will help prevent stains and damage. The following tips will help you deal with spills and spots you may encounter:image

  • In the case of spilled liquids, the recommended method is to blot the spill with an absorbent, white cloth or Absorb-It.

  • If solids are spilled, they should be scooped or picked up quickly. Any remaining residue should then be treated – as per the cleaning instruction guide (detailed inside).

  • When applying the cleaning agents, never apply them directly to the carpet and use a small quantity at a time.

  • By working your way inwards from the outer edge of a spot, you can prevent the stain from spreading.

  • When cleaning up spills and spots, avoid rubbing as this can cause the spot to spread or distort the pile.

  • Keep the carpet as dry as possible during cleaning. After applying the required treatment, blot the area as dry as possible with a clean cloth and then cover with Absorb-It, or paper towels to dry.

Cleaning agents used on wool require an unbuffered pH of 8.0 or below.

To ensure a cleaning agent is safe for use on your wool carpets and rugs, look for the WoolSafe logo. This logo signifies that the product has been scientifically tested and is approved as being safe and effective for cleaning wool carpets.

Click Here to view a Spot Cleaning Chart