Carpets are getting rippled and requiring stretching sooner than ever before. Even newly constructed homes are seeing their freshly installed carpets come loose within the first 5 years. Reality is, when a carpet installation is done properly, the need to stretch so soon is rarely the case.
That said, a poor installation is just one reason your carpet needs stretching. Humidity or a backing that has lost its strength can also cause carpet to require stretching. When you see ripples, wrinkles, or bunched-up carpet, it’s time to have this corrected by our qualified carpet installation technicians.
But not all issues are ripples. Sometimes it’s a bleach spill or a burn mark in front of the fireplace or damage from a large potted plant overflowing water. If you have had your carpets professionally cleaned and a stain has been found permanent, there is a better solution to replacing your flooring.
JDI technicians can carefully cut out the damaged area and artfully restore the appearance of the carpet by using a leftover piece of carpet or from your closet. Depending on age & wear of the carpet, you often will not notice the bonded carpet insert. Contact us for a consultation and we’ll provide you with a variety of options for you.
Removal of ripples and bumps
Cutting out burned, dyed or melted carpet and replacing with a new insert.
Removal of carpet to be cut and finished for use as an area rug.
Seaming frayed doorways or areas where cats or dogs have dug at the carpet.
Replace rot from moisture or over-wet potted plants.
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