Carpet Patching

The skilled repair technicians at Nip & Tuck Carpet Repair install durable patches and seams that blend right in with your installed carpet. Whether your carpet was spoiled by a pet, burned, permanently stained, ripped, or has a poorly installed seam, our team will leave you wondering where the damage was in the first place. How is this done? The best techniques and modern technology is always used by our technicians when repairing patches or seams. What kind of technology does our company use?

Hot irons have been used by repair companies since the 1960’s and many continue to use this out-of-date piece of equipment for seam work. These hot irons are used underneath the carpet for heating seam tape and piecing carpets back together. The superior Kool Glide iron is now used by all our technicians at Nip & Tuck. This minimally invasive iron makes it possible for the technicians to heat the seam tape glue from above the carpet. The Kool Glide’s technology has demonstrated its edge over the hot iron by completing higher quality seams and patchwork in the shortest amount of time.

If you need a patch, where does the carpet come from? Our goal is for the newly installed patch to be as unnoticeable as possible. Using remnant pieces from when your current carpet was installed provides the best results. In cases where there is no leftover carpet available, we can use a matching piece from an inconspicuous area, such as a closet. Another option for a smaller patch, would be to stretch a room with matching carpet and collect any additional strips that could be used.

Would you like to know an approximate price for Nip & Tuck to repair a seam or complete a patch? Don’t hesitate to call our office team at (801) 983-5909. Please let us know the amount of lineal feet or the dimensions of the damaged area. If your damaged carpet was 1x3 feet and in the center of an area, add (1+1+3+3) for a total of 8 lineal feet. If one of the longer sides happens butt up against a wall, you would add (1+1+3), bringing the total of lineal feet to 5.

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