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Carpet Repair Services in Denver, CO

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Prescreened Carpet Repair Companies in Denver, CO

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Fount of Life Construction
References Available
(720) 506-8085
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions & Remodels
Flooring Pros
(303) 542-9791
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet,Tile,Hardwood,Vinyl Planking, Laminate Flooring
  • Carpet Cleaning and Repairs
  • Re sand and Re finish Hardwood Floors
  • Interior Painting & Exterior Painting
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Ron N. in Denver, CO

"Louis was very efficient and did quality work "

Colossal Carpet Care
(303) 323-0710
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpets or Rugs
  • Upholstery and Furniture
Cate E. in Evergreen, CO

"Great job Kyle and Wayne. I appreciate your quick response and excellent work "

Tri-R Carpet Care, Inc.
(720) 506-6167
Areas of Expertise
  • Residential and Commercial - Carpet Repairs and Stretching
  • Crime Scene Clean Ups
  • Water Extraction and Removal
Lisa E. in Denver, CO

"Extremely convenient, Kevin was an ultimate professional, and would absolutely recommend! "

A-Johnny's Carpet Surgeons
(720) 506-7653
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Repairs
  • Carpet Stretching
  • Truck Mount Steam Cleaning
  • Upholstery Cleaning
Joyce H. in Aurora, CO

"Did a beautiful job!!! Shows off my completed projects now with the carpet in place. Thanks for a job well done!! "

Nip & Tuck Carpet Repair
(720) 506-6275
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Install and Repair
  • Carpet Refasten or Stretch
JIM M. in Denver, CO

"Gerald (the tech) was willing to meet me late in the afternoon and stayed until late to help me get the property on the market as soon as Easy ...possible. to schedule and work with. Accepts credit cards and sends receipts by email, which helps when you need documentation. "

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B.C. Flooring
(720) 506-7649
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Repair
Pearl M. in Denver, CO

"Good "

The Carpet Guys
(916) 577-2480
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring

"Larry was on time & helped me with my furniture which I needed. I would use him again. "

Quintella Carpet
(303) 523-8071
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Repairs, Rafasten, and Stretchings
  • Wood, Laminate, Vinyl, Ceramic and Porcelain floors installs
anthony s. in Arvada, CO

"seemed a little pricey to me "

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Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Denver, Colorado

Bretz Interiors, Inc.
1585 Allison St.
Lakewood, CO 80214
Northstar Painting and Remodeling
3306 S. Geneva St.
Denver, CO 80231
Front Range Construction & Remodel
2205 Keota Ln
Superior, CO 80027
KCT Flooring
5040 Wagon Master Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80917
Nationwide Floor & Window Coverings
10764 Appaloosa Ct.
Parker, CO 80134

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
  • Do you have any extra carpet saved from installation?

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Denver Carpet Repair

Carpet and repair are two words you never want to hear together if you can help it. Still, accidents happen and damage to your carpet, new or old, is probably inevitable at some time over the 10 to 20 years your carpet will last if you take care of it properly. Fortunately, professional carpet repair services are available to help get you through the trauma and return your damaged carpet to its former glory.

Costs While individual repairs have costs as varied as the Rocky Mountain skyline, we can give you an idea of what an average carpet repair in Denver runs. Based on information that HomeAdvisor gathers from post-project surveys, the average carpet repair in metro Denver costs about $180. Again, keep in mind that this figure encompasses repairs of all kinds, from patching burn spots to re-stretching carpets. Having a pro come out and give you an estimate on your specific needs is the only way to find out exactly how much your repair is going to run.

Loose, Rippling, or Buckling Carpet This is probably the most common carpet repair that homeowners call a repairman for in the Mile High City. If your carpet has developed ripples, bulges, or other areas where it seems "loose," then re-stretching is going to solve your problem. Poor installation is usually to blame, so if you've recently had your carpet installed, we advise that you call whoever put your carpet in and insist that they come back out and make things right. If it's been a while (years instead of months), then you'll have to shell out the money to tighten things up again. It'll cost you a few hundred dollars, but that is a lot cheaper than buying new carpet altogether.

Burns and Tears Burns and tears are particularly problematic carpet repairs because there really isn't an easy fix. If it?s a burn and the problem is only on the surface, you may be able to trim the carpet fibers down very slightly and remove the blemish. Otherwise you'll need to replace the carpet fibers with new ones, or install a patch of new carpet. These repairs are within reach of most homeowners to do on their own, though if you want the job to look professional (i.e. like the damage never happened), you're wise to call in an expert to fix the damage.

Irregularities in the Carpet Fibers Snags, shedding, and tufting carpet fibers are all members of carpet problems that most homeowners would call "annoying" rather than "catastrophic." If your carpet is shedding carpet fibers, chances are it has been newly installed. Don't worry about it and keep vacuuming. The shedding is a normal process that new carpets experience, and it should go away after a short while. Snags and tufting are the result of carpet fibers, or strands, that come loose or get tangled. Whatever you do, don't try to pull them out! You'll only make the problem worse. Instead cut them off at carpet level with sharp scissors and forget they ever happened.

Stains Stains are tricky business. The only surefire way to prevent them is to soak up spills as soon as they happen, before the stain has time to dry and set. Blot up stains instead of rubbing at them, since rubbing can actually drive the stain further into the carpet and make it harder to remove, and don't give up until you've removed the stain entirely (wet, blot, repeat). If you have stains that have been there a while, you can cross your fingers and try an over the counter stain remover first, but more likely than not your best bet is to hope for the best and hire a professional carpet cleaner in Denver to come in and clean your carpets. Note: you'll get best results if hire a carpet cleaner that uses the hot water extraction method.

Squeaky Subfloors This really isn't a carpet problem, so much as it's a problem with the flooring beneath the carpet. The answer is reinforcing the subfloor by attaching it to the floor joists underneath the floor. Most carpet installers and home handymen are capable of performing this relatively easy carpet repair in Denver.

As you can see, a carpet repairman is a jack of all trades in many ways. If your carpet needs repairs, talk to a contractor about what the best solution is to get your carpet back into shape. Finally, don't think of carpet repair as spending money. Think of it as potentially saving you thousands of dollars over a new carpet installation!