I'm in the UK (in case that helps).
I've just bought a late 1800s terrace house that has had a great renovation.
The problem I've come across is that the carpet seems to be glued to the floorboards. I want to get below the floorboards to lay ethernet cables around the house. I was hoping to pull the carpet up in the corners and lift a few boards in each room to run the cables.
What I don't want to do is damage the carpet. It's brand new carpet throughout the house.
Is there a reasonable way to lift the carpet without damage?
Maybe steam? A solvent of some sort (that doesn't destroy the carpet)?