Call our carpet restretching professionals if you have noticed wrinkles in your carpet. Our expert technicians service Minneapolis, St. Paul, and the entire Twin Cities metro area. Your carpet is meant to be stretched tight, and as you walk on the wrinkles the carpet moves up and down as it continues to loosen. The loose carpet can soon become a hazard tripping you, your family, or guests. Not only will having your carpet stretched cause it to look better and reduce the risk of hazard, but it can save you money. Whether you’re in Bloomington, Burnsville, Maple Grove or Plymouth our professionals will drive to your home and correct your carpet before it needs to be replaced.
Q. Why should I have my carpet restretched?
A. It can save you hundreds, maybe thousands, of dollars instead of replacement, especially if the carpet is fairly new (7 years or less). The carpet is much easier to clean because of a tighter surface, so you get a better result.
Q. How do I know when my carpet should be restretched?
A. When you see “ripples” (i.e. bumps, rolls, and waves) throughout the room/hall. If they are not stretched out they can split open causing permanent damage.
Q. What causes these “ripples”?
A. Poor installation. Over-wetting (inferior carpet cleaning, flood damage).
Q. What do you charge for restretching?
A. The same as our repairs ($100.00/Minimum, $25.00 estimate fee). Again, the estimate fee is waived if the customer wants the worked done.
Q. What type of warranty comes with the restretching?
A. Same as the repairs. We`ll offer a lifetime guarantee of the carpet unless circumstances won’t allow us to ( i.e. excessively damaged carpet, furniture not moved out of area), but in nearly every case, we can.
If you want to fix your wrinkles (in your carpet), give our carpet stretching experts a call today at 612-825-9797 or fill out the contact form on the right of this page. We can answer any questions you may have and give you an estimate on what it would take to fix. If you want your carpets looking like new again without having to replace them entirely, consider restretching them instead!