Nothing beats coming home after a long day to kick off your shoes and relax on soft, clean carpet. But when that carpet is dingy, odorous or falling apart, relaxing on it can be difficult. If your carpet is in need of a make-over, then professional carpet repair may be in order.
There are many reasons you may want to replace your carpet pad — it’s lost its elasticity, become stinky or there’s been an increase in allergy symptoms, for example — and you can do so without having to purchase new carpet.
Loose or frayed carpet edging is not only an eye-sore, but a safety hazard as well. At Floors by the Shore, we can repair frayed edges and seams by removing the damaged area then replacing it with a new strip of carpet. They will also take special care to bond the edges to reduce future damage to the area.
Subfloor and Carpet Sanitization
Depending on the reason for your padding replacement, you may require sanitization, as well. This is especially true if you have experienced flood damage or excessive staining. To do this, your carpet professional will have to remove the carpeting to reach the subfloor, then they will use industrial-strength cleaners and fans to clean the area before replacing the carpet.
Remove stains and burns from carpet with bonded inserts. This procedure involves removing the damaged area and patching it with a spare piece or carpet. Though the procedure is very delicate, when done properly, it can result in a stain-free carpet with a seamless appearance.
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If you are looking for a flooring installer, Monmouth County, NJ, that will provide you with the highest quality flooring products, alongside excellent customer service call us today.