- Re-stretch bubbled carpet
- Re-stretch rippled carpet
- Re-stretch wrinkled carpet
- Re-stretch carpet bumps
- Re-stretch carpet waves
- Re-stretch bulged carpet
- Fix Carpet Seams
- Stretch Carpet
Carpet re-stretching is needed when your carpets are loose and "baggy". Carpet re-stretching removes buckles and greatly improves the appearance of your carpets. We can also repair seams, burnt spots, patch holes and install new metals where the carpet and tile meet. A new service for red stain removal is now available as well.
Re-stretching is used for loose and wrinkled carpets. Like a facelift, re-stretching makes carpeting tight again. This also prolongs the carpet's life by eliminating wrinkles, which can cause the carpet to wear more quickly from the constant back and forth bending that occurs when they are stepped on. It also reduces the danger of tripping on the loose material.
In either case the objective with carpet stretching is to prevent premature wear, reducing any tripping hazards and to improve the unsightly appearance of the affected carpet as much as possible.
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Our customers often describe carpets that need stretching as being "wrinkled" or sometimes "wavy".
The correct term for this condition is "fullness" and is usually rectified by having the carpet re-stretched by a professional carpet fitter.
Usually, this will involve us pulling the carpet up around the edges, carrying out the carpet stretching by using a knee kicker carpet stretcher, then re-fitting the carpet and trimming off the surplus carpet.
In extreme cases it may be better for us to use a carpet power stretcher in order to get a good result.
In either case the objective with carpet stretching is to prevent premature wear, reduce any tripping hazards and to improve the unsightly appearance of the affected carpet.
Invisible mending is involved when carpet pile can be glued to the surface of the carpet.