Carpet Repair by Complete Clean Restoration
Carpet Repair Saves Money!!!
Installing new carpeting is expensive. You may be able to save a great deal of money by repairing your existing carpets. Our carpet restoration technicians are experts in repairing carpeting and restoring it to like new condition, with the goal of saving customers money and time. Whether your carpeting has become torn, you have acquired a spot that cannot be removed, or you find yourself tripping over ripples in your carpet, call Complete Clean Restoration for your carpet repair needs. We have the tools and knowledge to complete your carpet stretching and carpet repair job. Our technicians are also skilled in carpet patches and repairing seams. When we're done, you'll have a tough time finding the spot where the problem was!
Properly installed carpeting should not develop ripples. If your carpet was installed recently, you should first contact your installer to have them correct the problem. Over the years, carpet can develop wrinkles or become “loose”. Complete Clean Restoration uses the proper techniques and equipment to re-stretch your carpet, making it tight again.
If you have a damaged area on your carpet, such as a burn, or a permanent stain, the solution to the problem may be a carpet patch. Complete Clean Restoration will remove the damaged area and replace it with an extra piece, or a piece that can be removed from an inconspicuous place, such as a closet. We will install the patch and make your carpet look new again.
Berber Carpet Repair
Berber carpeting is attractive and easy to clean, but it is also prone to snags and visible seams. Whether snagged by a child's toy or the family pet, Berber carpet can develop pulls. Complete Clean Restoration can repair your Berber. After assessing the problem, we'll come up with a cost effective solution. For example, if one row of your carpet has developed a pull, we can “re-burl” the carpet. If a larger area is involved, we may need to fix it with a patch. Your Berber carpet can also be stretched in using the same method to stretch other types of carpeting.