Carpet Restreching

                                                                                                              Carpet Restreching in Crossville, TN

                                                                             We can service most all your floor covering needs Clean, Repair and Restore

We have all seen the ripple in the middle of the room and buckle in a door way.

But we all haven’t had to deal with them. One time I went to a gentleman’s resident to consult with him on a problem dealing with some ripples he had. Upon my arrival he met me at the door I introduced myself, he proceeded to tell me more about the concerns he had. He lead me to his living room were

I noticed a bunch of indents. Like a chair leg indent there was a lot of them. Those ripples I couldn’t stand them no more, I tried to nail them down but I think it’s worse now. Yes I think so I said as I kneeled down looking at a sea of nail heads. No worries I can fix your problem and I secured the job.

So why it is some carpets form ripples a some don’t. People have told me we had carpet forever and never had this problem. Well there are a number of things that contribute to the problem. It may have been the installer maybe the humidity, it could be the home owner pulled the carpet back for a cable or a manufacturer’s defect. It’s hard to tell most of the time. Specializing in floor care we have restreched many carpets. With the proper equipment and knowledge these situations can be fixed in no time.

A basic resterch would consist of removing some furniture from the room. Releasing the carpet from the tack strip, then proceed to use a power stretcher working your way around the room. Trim off extra carpet and that’s it. In a commercial situation were the carpet is glued down it can be pulled back re-glued rolled with the proper weight roller and trimmed.

There is usually an easy solution for unsightly ripples and in some cases a trip hazard.

We are just a call away

Cumberland Carpet Care 931-788-2228





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