The carpet in your home was likely a large investment that you aren’t anxious to make again. Most people want to get the most out of the carpet in their homes. When it comes to your carpet, there are several things that can go wrong that leave you thinking about either carpet repair or replacement. Before you jump to replace your carpet, you should know that you have options to repair it instead. Carpet Care 2000 is here to talk about the most common types of carpet repair that we deal with.
Carpet Stretching to Flatten Wrinkled Carpets
For many homes, in high traffic areas, they start to see wrinkles show up as their carpet ages. This can be an unsightly look. The problem is usually caused when carpet isn’t installed properly. It is important that the carpet is stretched all the way during installation, or you will end up with these wrinkles throughout it. Another problem that can lead to carpet wrinkling is moisture and humidity. If you have wrinkles throughout your carpet in your home, you should know that the carpet can be re-stretched and restored to look like new again without replacing it with new carpet. Finding the right company to come out and stretch your carpet can give you several more years before you have to replace it.
Can You Patch Stained & Scorched Carpet?
When you have carpet in your home, you are going to live and enjoy it. Along with living in your home come accidents and spills. Most of the spills and stains that occur on your carpet are removable and you move on. However, there are some extremely stubborn stains that are much more difficult to remove when you don’t have the right training to do so. Some stains are almost impossible even with professional equipment to remove. However, those permanent stains can be removed with some carpet sectioning that involves cutting out that carpet and replacing it with some of the remnants that you kept with the carpet was originally installed. It will look newer for a time until it gets walked on, but it will always be better than the old, stained carpet.
Remove Bleach Spots on Carpet
Getting a bleach stain on your carpet can make any homeowner panic. The stain can be so unsightly and seemingly impossible to get rid of. There are a couple of ways that a bleach spot can be dealt with. Sometimes, you may be able to dye the carpet back to a nearly perfect match. Other times, you may have to cut out the section and patch it with carpet remnants. This is why it is always so important to keep those extra pieces of carpet that are left over when the carpet is first installed.