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Dogs Digging on Your Carpet

Nip Tuck Carpet Repair sees a lot of different carpet that has been damaged, many of them being from pets. Both cats and dogs can give you trouble regarding your carpet. Dogs tend to chew carpet, pee in the same spots, and what we are discussing in this article,... [read more]

By Nip Tuck 7-25-2017

Pet Damage on Your Carpet

Have you had a puppy in training? Do you have an occasional pet that acts out? When pets cause damage to the carpet in your house, Nip & Tuck Carpet Repair is here to help you. We repair the carpet that has been clawed near doorways, carpet that has... [read more]

By Nip Tuck 11-7-2016

Is It Worth It to Rent Carpet Repair Tools?

In the Denver Metro Area there are many issues that you may have with your carpet. Do you have wrinkles in your carpet, a pet who chewed on or tore a hole in an area, or possibly some flood damage? To repair any of these yourself, you may need... [read more]

By Nip Tuck 5-27-2016

CATEGORIES: Carpet Repair Tools

What to look for in a Carpet Repair Company?

When you need carpet repair work done, there are several companies to choose from. Carpet cleaning companies, restoration companies, or a select few that specialize just in carpet repair could get the job done for you . What should you look for in a qualified business? Experience There... [read more]

By Nip Tuck Carpet Repair 5-27-2016

CATEGORIES: Carpet Repair, Carpet Repair Tools

My Cat Keeps Urinating in the Same Spot

One of the most common issues that we run into as carpet repair technicians is pet damage. Sometimes the problem is a cat that keeps returning to urinate on the same spot of carpet time and time again. What the heck causes them to act this way? And what... [read more]

By Nip Tuck Carpet Repair 5-27-2016

CATEGORIES: Cat urine

Double spike stretcher vs power stretcher pipes

There are two types of power stretchers that can be used for proper carpet stretching. One is called a “double spiked power stretcher”. This tool grips onto the subfloor to tighten the carpet. The second stretcher is a “pipe power stretcher”. This tool includes pipes that extend the... [read more]

By Nip Tuck 5-27-2016

CATEGORIES: Double Strike, power stretcher pipes

Where does the carpet from a patch come from?

Where does the carpet from a patch come from

Patches are one of the most common repairs that we do. When you call our office needing a patch the receptionist will ask a series of questions to determine the size of the patch, where it is located, and if pad is needed. One of the most important questions... [read more]

By Andrew Nip Tuck Carpet Repair 5-27-2016

Can you stretch carpet with furniture in the room?

The good news is in most instances we can stretch a room with furniture present. There are some specific situations that pose more of a problem than others. How much furniture, the size and weight of the furniture, and the layout of the ripples all play a factor. Here... [read more]

By Nip Tuck 5-27-2016

CATEGORIES: Furniture

Is the Carpet Patch Visible?

Is the Carpet Patch Visible

When your carpet needs to be patched due to pet damage, stains, etc. it may be a dilemma whether to patch it or not. How will the patch look? Will the patch stay over time especially with a carpet cleaning? Questions like these can make it difficult to... [read more]

By Nip Tuck 5-27-2016

CATEGORIES: Carpet Patch

Should clean my carpet before the stretch?

“Should I get my carpets cleaned before or after the stretching?” The popular thought is if you clean the carpets after stretching them, the cleaning will loosen the carpet back up and the wrinkles will return. This is actually a very common misconception. It is more beneficial to stretch... [read more]

By Nip Tuck Carpet Repair 5-27-2016