Loose carpet is a trip hazard and tight carpet not only looks better but cleans better and extends the life of your carpet.
Many homeowners experience pet damage often on seams, stairs or in doorways
Burns such as this iron burn can be cut out and replaced invisibly.
Carpet to Tile
Damaged carpet cut out and re-attached to tile.
Bleach spots cut out and replaced invisibly.
Loop carpet can get snagged and create what's called a "zip", a run or unraveled
Carpet to Wood
Damage on edge of wood cut out and re-attached.
Small burn spots such as embers or cigarette burns can be cut out and invisibly replaced
Stains that can't be cleaned such as paint or grease can be cut out and invisibly repaired.
Nail polish stains
Nail polish cannot be safely removed without damaging your carpet. It can be cut out and invisibly replaced.
The awls (ice picks) that you see in these pictures are pointing to the repaired area after the damage was cut out and replaced with a new piece of carpet sometimes borrowed from an other area of the house, usually from a closet. The damaged pieces that were cut out are laying next to the repair where they once were. Usually the new patch matches perfectly and sometimes a cleaning or simply walking on it will take care of any differences or variances. ALL photos were taken by me and represent my own work.