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Despite most carpet situations needing patching or stretching, there are plenty of situations where patching and stretching aren’t the focal point of what needs to be done. Please give us a call or text today if you have one of these situations going on, especially if you’re not sure!

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Transition work and seam repair are the most requested carpet fixes asked of us, outside of patching and stretching. A few other examples of standard miscellaneous carpet situations we’d love to take care of for you are: pad replacement due to pet soiling, glued-down carpet repair like adhesive injections, and deinstallation / reinstallation of carpet upon leak occurring / drying needing to happen. Sometimes, we can help you out with your carpet’s subfloor issues.

Flush Carpet to Hardwood Transition – Misc Carpet Repair

Flush Carpet to Hardwood Transition – Misc Carpet Repair

Here is a flush transition to hardwood. Many folk prefer this look, as opposed to a transition piece being inserted between their carpet and floor being transitioned to. If you’d like a flush installation in your transition, we need carpet to be overhanging into other area by a few inches, as shown in this picture. If your carpet was accidentally cut short of area we need to transition to, and you want a flush installation, we can add a piece of carpet to create overhang with carpet patching first.

Many other folk prefer a transition piece to be installed at their transitions, for many reasons. Usually, we provide a piece of standard gold or silver metal in these cases. And we can definitely install any custom transition piece you find at the store, as there are many different design options out there, which is why we need you to provide piece if you desire more than standard metal.

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Split Seam – Misc Carpet Repair

Split Seam – Misc Carpet Repair

If we can fix a seam without patching, we will. We love avoiding patchwork, because who wants a patch if a patch is unnecessary? We are with you there. A good rule of thumb is that we have a good shot of avoiding patchwork if gap is less than 1/2 inch. If gap is between 1/2 inch and 1 inch, its a coin toss. If gap is larger than an inch, chances are we definitely need to do patchwork.

This carpet was loose enough to the point where we avoided patchwork, and made the hallway look better overall. Realistically, this seam failed because carpet was too loose. Push and pull on something enough not built to withstand the action, like going back and forth through a hallway every day on loose carpet, and failure will occur somewhere, which is why this seam split.

This is also a good example of how, again overall, if you have something going on with your carpet, it’s best you fix it sooner than later. The sooner we replace your pad, the less damage that occurs to your carpet. When it comes to glue failure or leaks, you very much want to act fast. Leak situation is obvious, but glue failure not so much. And unfortunately, if one area of your glued-down carpet begins to have glue failure, there’s a strong chance another area will develop. Which is why you want us to assess situation quickly. There is always some type of preventing that can be practiced, even if its planning the inevitable because saved time is saved money somewhere.

Unexpected damage usually occurs because something else isn’t right. So if your situation isn’t obvious, please fill us in. We want to help you, at least, begin to figure out what’s going on with your carpet. If your situation is obvious, and you want help, or just want to know how we can help you, please reach out as well!