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Carpet Patching Bendigo

The most common types of carpet repairs we are called upon to carry out are inserting patches to replace worn or damaged sections of carpet, stair carpet repairs and repairs to faulty carpet joins. Common problems also include cigarette burns, iron burns, bleach, red wine, pet stains, tears and rips etc.

Carpet Patching is used to repair small areas of carpet that are burned, stained or similarly damaged. The damaged piece of carpet is cut out and a good piece of matching carpet is hot-glued into its place. If leftover matching carpet isn't available, a small piece is usually taken from a closet or similar hidden location.

Clearly, you will need to have a spare piece of carpet available for this type of carpet repair. This can often be accomplished by buying a piece of carpet from the nearest carpet shop, or a piece can be cut out of a hidden area like a walk-in wardrobe.

All Carpets Cleaning & Repairs offer a complete Carpet Repairs service in Bendigo. We deliver a quality service at affordable prices to all potential new clients interested in our Carpet Repair services and have developed a strong reputation amongst the Bendigo community for providing a high quality Carpet Repairs service at competitive prices, and no job is too big or small for us. Our services include Commercial & Residential Carpet Repairs, Carpet Restoration, Carpet Laying, Carpet Patching & Restretching, Carpet laying after builders, Water Damage Restoration, Flood Work, Invisible Mending, Emergency Call Outs.

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Carpet Burns

The main cuase of carpet burns is usually cigarettes, or coal from bbq or smoking shisha pipes. Repairing carpets with this kind of burns involves cutting out the affected area and then replacing it with a spare piece of carpet which has been cut to fit. The new piece carpet is then glued into position. If the burn is small, the burnt carpet fibers can be cut with scissors. For larger burns, you may have to replace the area with a new piece of carpet. Make a paper template slightly bigger than the hole. Cut out the damaged section using your template. From an unnoticeable corner (or another room), cut the template-sized carpet with a sharp knife. Now, fix it in the hole and seam the edges.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most common types of carpet repairs we are called upon to carry out are inserting patches to replace worn or damaged sections of carpet, stair carpet repairs and repairs to faulty carpet joins. Common problems also include cigarette burns, iron burns, bleach, red wine, pet stains, tears and rips etc. We can also repair seams, burn spots, patch holes and install new metals where the carpet and tile meet.

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Shading/Crushing/Matting

Heavy foot traffic causes the surface of carpet to flatten, which may give some carpets a shaded appearance. In such a case the carpet repair job is to brush and vacuum the area. Crushing and matting also occur in areas of heavy traffic. The pile becomes flat and the carpet begins to look worn. If home re-fluffing methods fail, you may need carpet repair help from professionals, so give us a call.

Shedding/Snagging

Shedding happens when, with usage, fibers surface on the carpet. This is not a manufacturing defect, but a normal occurrence. Here, the carpet repair job entails vacuuming the area. Snags are tufts that have pulled out of the carpet surface. They occur more in loop pile carpets than cut pile ones. Never pull them off. Just cut them neatly with scissors.

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Hi Guys,

I worried about what chemicals and fumes were left in our house after other professional cleaning companies left, but with All-Carpets Carpet Cleaners, I feel entirely secure, knowing their products are non-toxic and completely safe. Thank you again.

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Dick Jones

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