Carpet Repair Master

Atlanta's Most Qualified Carpet Repair

Carpet Repair Master's owner and lead technician is not only a certified Carpet Repair Technician and a certified Color Repair Technician, but he is actually one of only a handful of  IICRC Certified Instructors to teach both disciplines in the World!

Give Your Carpet A Facelift With Carpet Repair Master

Carpet Repair Master knows that your home is very important to you. Your carpets are one of many things that are what make your house a home. We Fix damaged carpet including Burns, holes, tears, wrinkles, pulled fibers, fraying, ripples, re-stretching, delamination, open or weak seams, loose stairs, bubbles, sprouting tufts, pulled rows,  and more.  You no longer have to put up with unsightly, unsafe, damaged carpets.

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Carpet Burns, Holes and Tears

Physical damage to carpet can often be repaired through seaming or a precision bonded insert, or grafting. Even if a donor piece of carpet is not available, often a piece can be scavenged from a closet or other inconspicuous area.

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Wrinkles, Ripples and Buckles

A very common repair today is to correct buckling or wrinkling in the carpet. This usually appears two to four years after installation. Besides looking bad, they cause carpet to wear unevenly, and pose a serious slip and fall hazard. These should be repaired immediately, due the fact that they get worse over time and can cause a permanent crease and discoloration in the carpet.

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Pulled Fibers

Common to loop pile carpet is the pulling of fibers. It is very important to catch these early. A looped carpet is like a knitted sweater, where a pull just gets longer and longer with time. Your Carpet Repair Master Technician can reburl the "bundle wraps" that have been pulled out of the carpet backing.

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Carpet Edge Fraying

Carpets often fray at the edges. Usually we see this at thresholds, where the flooring changes from carpet to hard surface. The problem many times is delamination.

Delamination occurs when the face yarns separate from the backing of the carpet. Your Carpet Repair Master technician can often fix this problem by injecting or reapplying a latex adhesive to the primary and secondary backing of the carpet.

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Carpet Dye Repair

We are capable of dying many areas of discoloration in your carpeting. We can dye bleach spots caused from chemicals in “stain removal” products, bleach accidental spills, and even  benzoyl peroxide used in most acne medications. The center of the affected area may be bleached white with a pink or orange halo around the outer edges of the affected area.

The good news is that we are certified in color repair and can fix almost all of these issues. If the spot is large, we recommend considering a bonded insert, or purchasing new carpeting for that area. Spot Dyeing is a tedious, time-consuming process that cannot guarantee an exact match. But we will definitely make it look significantly better than it did prior to our arrival.

Carpet Repair Master Will Fix Your Damaged Carpet

These are some of the most common repair issues we are asked about while in our clients homes. It is important that consumers know that these problems can be repaired. Keep in mind, damage to carpet fibers and backing weakens the carpet and generally gets worse over time. Prompt and immediate attention by your Carpet Repair Master technician can increase the odds of successful resolution to your concerns.

 

The most important thing to remember however is that your Carpet Repair Master technician is experienced, trained and certified in carpet repair, restoration and reinstallation, as well as Color Repair.Carpet Repair Master technicians obtain training and certification through he Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, the IICRC, as well as other sources. The IICRC is the standard setting board for carpet cleaning and restoration industry. The standards published by the IICRC are recognized as the industry standards nationwide.

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