PHOENIX CARPET REPAIR SERVICES
Before deciding to replace your carpet, you may want to consider having it professionally repaired. Many customers don’t realize that a professional carpet repair can save them hundreds or even thousands of dollars in replacement costs. And since Doctor Steamer’s repair technicians are experts in carpet repair, we can restore even the most severely damaged sections of carpet in your home.
we will give you an honest and informed assessment that leaves the decision at your fingertips and not the other way around. Poor installation techniques or prolonged exposure to the Arizona heat can lead to separated seams and ripples that are both an eyesore and a tripping hazard, but Doctor Steamer can re-stretch and fasten your carpet back into place the right way. We can also repair carpet damage from pets, burns, tears, permanent stains, missing tufts, and damaged transitional areas. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide significant savings to our customers by delivering them carpet repair services that often save them from having to replace the entire room of carpet.
However, if you decide it is time to replace your carpet, we can arrange to help you with that project by giving you an honest and informed assessment along with trusted carpet retailer and installation referrals to ensure you get the best product and installation that fits your budget.
TYPES OF CARPET REPAIRS
Stretching: Ripples, waves, and bubble problems can be corrected by proper re-stretching of the carpet.
Patch Repair: Patch repairs typically work great for correcting stains, burns, pet damage (urine or “digging”), sun damage, wear damage, and kid damage (sharpie, paint, and permanent spills) without having to replace a whole room of carpet.
Re-attachment: For loose and missing transitions (carpet to tile/wood) or tack strip repair/replacement, we can re-attach or attach carpet properly.
Seam repairs: Over time, seams may fray or separate. By correcting these, carpet life is extended and trip hazards removed.
Water Damage: Unfortunately, the likelihood of water damage to carpet from a leaky or broken pipe, overflowed toilet/sink/bathtub, or erupted water heater is a real concern. These often require more than just a thorough cleaning, but may need pad replacement to avoid long-term problems such as mold, mildew, and extension rot.