YOUR CARPET REPAIR SPECIALISTS
Give Your Carpet a Facelift Underfoot
Burns, holes, tears, wrinkles, pulled fibers, fraying, ripples, re-stretching, delamination, open or weak seams, loose stairs, bubbles, sprouting tufts, pulled rows, and more. You no longer have to put up with unsightly, unsafe, damaged carpets.
BURNS, HOLES and TEARS
What Causes Burns, Holes, and Tears?
Physical damage to carpet can often be repaired through seaming or a precision bonded insert. Even if a donor piece of carpet is not available, often a piece can be scavenged from a closet or other inconspicuous area.
What Causes Wrinkles In Your Carpet?
A very common repair today is to correct buckling or wrinkling in the carpet. This usually appears two to four years after installation. Besides looking bad, they cause the carpet to wear unevenly and pose a serious slip and fall hazard. These should be repaired immediately, due to the fact that they get worse over time and can cause a permanent crease and discoloration in the carpet.
How Does Pulled Fibers Happen In My Carpet?
Common to loop pile carpet is the pulling of fibers. It is very important to catch these early. A looped carpet is like a knitted sweater, where a pull just gets longer and longer with time. Your Dries In Minutes Technician can re-burl the "bundle wraps" that have been pulled out of the carpet backing.
CARPET EDGE FRAYING
What Is Carpet Edge Fraying
Carpets often fray at the edges. Usually, we see this at thresholds, where the flooring changes from carpet to hard surface. The problem many times is delamination. Delamination occurs when the face yarns separate from the backing of the carpet. I can often fix this problem by injecting or reapplying a latex adhesive to rejoin the two layers of carpet.
Experienced Technicians Can Cure Your Most Common Repair Issues
These are some of the most common repair issues we are asked about while in our client’s homes. It is important that consumers know that these problems can be repaired. Keep in mind, damage to carpet fibers and backing weakens the carpet and generally gets worse over time. Prompt and immediate attention can increase the odds of a successful resolution to your concerns.
The most important thing to remember however is that Thomas is experienced, trained and certified in carpet repair, restoration, and reinstallation. He has obtained the highest level of training and certification through the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, the IICRC, as well as other sources. The IICRC is the standard-setting board for carpet cleaning and restoration companies. The standards published by the IICRC are recognized as the industry standards nationwide.