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Carpet Repair Services in Baltimore, MD

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Prescreened Carpet Repair Companies in Baltimore, MD

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Flooring by Randall, LLC

Newly Screened & Approved

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(410) 826-3615
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet - Install - Materials Provided by Consumer
  • Carpet - Install - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
  • Carpet - Repair, Refasten, or Stretch
Forever Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Services, Inc.
(410) 878-4598
Areas of Expertise
  • Professional Results
  • Expert Care
  • Tailored Solutions
  • Professional Installation
Featured Review

"Great"

- spencer B. from baltimore, MD
True & Reasonable Services, LLC
(404) 946-7845
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Installation and Repair
  • Wood Floor Installation and Repair
  • Tile Installation and Repair
Featured Review

"Very knowledgeable and super customer service skills. The only negative is they were 20 minutes late without calling. "

- wendi N. from tyrone, GA
Kossy Pro

Newly Screened & Approved

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(410) 878-4736
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpentry
  • Painting
  • Flooring
BW Flooring and Repair Services
(443) 546-2904
Areas of Expertise
  • carpet install
Featured Review

"Good job.. "

- claire R. from baltimore, MD
Beltway Builders, Inc.
(443) 200-7520
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
  • Siding
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Handyman
Featured Review

"They where very professional and personal. Cleaned up after themselves and was on time. They problem was they did not measure the Skylight correctly resulting in it being to big requiring the hole to be enlarged and not an exact match to the inter walls sheetrock. "

- robert J. from baltimore, MD
Dragon Scale Flooring, Inc.
(484) 373-8653
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring
  • Epoxy Flooring
  • Decorative Concrete
  • Rubaroc coatings
Featured Review

"We had an appointment set for 10 AM. They were late so I called at 10:30. My appointment kept getting pushed back but they eventually showed up. The quality of the work was exactly what I wanted."

- amber C. from middletown, MD
Wyatt Professional Flooring, Inc.
(443) 876-7074
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Installation
  • Carpet sales.
  • Vinyl installations
  • Vinyl sales.
  • 100% customer satisfaction.
Featured Review

"Mike and Jesse went above and beyond my expectation and satisfaction. Due to my worn-out carpet, it was quite a challenge. I was not satisfied with 1 spot of the repair, Mike and Jesse came right away to fix it to my satisfaction. They also gave me advice on fixing carpet on small areas."

- minh L. from joppa, MD
Merchant Links Services, LLC
(240) 482-6304
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom - Remodel
  • Carpet - Install - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
  • Laminate Wood or Stone Floor - Repair
  • Wood Flooring - Install or Completely Replace - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
  • Tile: Ceramic and Porcelain - Install - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
Featured Review

"It was OK"

- henry F. from olney, MD

Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Baltimore, Maryland

Master Care Flooring, Inc.
4000 Coolidge Ave. , Suite G
Baltimore, MD 21229
Case Handyman Services
1511 Ritchie Hwy. Suite 101 B
Arnold, MD 21012
Build Beautiful, Inc.
10820 Old Indian Head Rd.
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Dewar, LLC
17 S. Wolf St. Box 38881
Fells Point, MD 21231
Contract Carpet Systems, Inc.
10212 Southard Drive
Beltsville, MD 20705

Things to Consider Before You Fix or Stretch Carpeting:

  • What best describes the damaged carpet you need repaired?

    Discolored or stained
    Burned or melted
    Loose or detached from tack strip
    Exposed seam
    Worn or fraying
    Needs re-stretching
    Attach to newly installed flooring
    Other
  • Do you have any extra carpet saved from installation?

Ideas & Inspiration from Baltimore Flooring & Carpet Contractors


Baltimore Carpet Repair

Baltimore carpet repair is a need that homeowners across the city run into, whether the unthinkable has happened to your new carpeting, or you're trying to extend the life of older carpets. Fortunately, there is no need to give up hope. From patching small areas of damaged or stained carpets, to re-stretching carpets that suddenly have a little too much give to them, there are carpet repair solutions for just about any problem imaginable in the Baltimore metropolitan area.

Common Repairs Accidents happen, and the daily wear and tear that we all subject our carpeting to eventually takes its toll. Nevertheless, when carpet damage strikes, many homeowners wonder whether there's a remedy. Here's a list of common sources of carpet damage, and what to do about them.

  • Burns—Burns can be a problem, and cigarette burns top the list. For deep burns, the only solution is to patch the carpet, which means the area around, and including the burn will have to be cut out, and a new, undamaged piece of carpet installed its place. A good patch is almost impossible to detect, especially when it's performed by someone who knows what they're doing.

  • Stains—Stains can be a huge headache, and a real eyesore, when it comes to carpeting. Stains caused by food or drink are the most common, and if left in the carpet to set in, they may require a professional carpet cleaning to be removed— if they can be removed at all. Stains from furniture, especially finished wood, are also an issue, though there's usually little you can do about these cleaning-wise. If a carpet cleaning doesn't do the trick, you're in for a patching job (see "burns").

  • Tufting—Tufting occurs when individual carpet fibers pull out of the carpet and stand above the carpet line. Large strings of carpet fiber can suffer the same fate. Never try to pull out these imperfections, as they'll usually get worse (similar to pulling on the string hanging off your sweater instead of breaking it off). Instead, cut the offending carpet fibers off at the carpet line, and you should be good to go.

  • Rippling—Rippling and bulging carpets are an indication that your carpet is no longer stretched tight. This problem isn't just an aesthetic one. It can be a real pain, and even dangerous when you find yourself constantly tripping over your loose carpet. The only answer to the problem is hiring a contractor to come in and re-stretch your carpets. It's one of the most common carpet repairs in the industry, and can make an old carpet feel like new in just a few hours.

    Costs Carpet repair in Baltimore isn't a one-size-fits-all proposition. Obviously, patching a cigarette burn in the corner isn't going to cost as much as re-stretching the carpets in an entire home. Nevertheless, here at HomeAdvisor.com we can give you an idea of the average cost of repair based on the Baltimore carpet repairs that originate as contractor referrals in our system. Data from those jobs indicates that an average repair in metropolitan Baltimore runs about $270, though carpet repairs can run as little $49, and as high as $700.

    Preventing Damage You know what they say about an ounce of prevention. It's no different with carpet repair in Baltimore. The best way to cut your carpet repair costs is to avoid the need for repairs in the first place. If you're looking for ways to protect your carpets from harm, we've got a few suggestions.

  • Make Sure Carpets Are Properly Installed. Poor carpet installation is the most common reason homeowners end up needing the services of a carpet re-stretching contractor.

  • Keep Food In The Kitchen, or anywhere else that isn't carpeted. Imposing house rules that prohibit food in carpeted areas will drastically reduce the number of stains your carpet is exposed to, and the repairs that your carpet will need as a result. This suggestion goes double if you've got children in the house.

  • Smoke Outdoors. Stepping outside for a smoke isn't just a good way to avoid burns in your carpet, it lowers your risk of major house fires, and it's healthier for any non-smokers that share your dwelling.

  • Maintain Your Carpets. Keep up on carpet maintenance, such as regular vacuuming and annual professional carpet cleanings. Not only will your carpets last longer, but the better they look, the more careful you, and everyone else in your home, will be around them!