Nip Tuck Carpet Repair Nov 2016
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 had puppy accidents, chewed carpet on the corner of a carpeted stair, or any other pet damage done to carpet. If you have carpet damage from a pet, Nip & Tuck Carpet Repair is the one who cares. We have repaired hundreds of pet related carpet problems and are a company you can trust to fix the damage right the first time.
What About Clawed or Chewed Carpet?
One of the most common carpet problems Nip & Tuck Carpet Repairs sees is when a pet is confined to one room while the owner is out of the house for part of the day. The pet will claw at the carpet near the doorway. This can cause fraying and/or wearing of the carpet in the doorway and cause a noticeable bald spot. Using the latest technology called Kool Glide, we replace the worn carpet area with a piece of carpet that matches the rest of your existing carpet. We want to make sure your carpet looks as good as new.
What About Urine Soiled Carpet?
Any homeowner that has a new pet or an old pet knows that peeing on the carpet can be an issue. Whether it’s a new puppy in training to go outside for its business or an old dog or cat that has a problem holding their bladder anymore, accidents happen. When those accidents happen on the carpet many times the urine has been absorbed through the carpet and saturated the pad underneath. This especially happens when the pet goes to the same spot each time. Pets are creatures of habit. Our technicians at Nip & Tuck Carpet Repair can replace the bad pad before finishing the carpet patch. This is important because a new pad underneath the carpet will help do two things: 1) take away the bad musty urine smell and 2) take away the bad sanitary conditions underneath your carpet.
Call Nip & Tuck Carpet Repair today at (303) 669-3921 to receive a free quote! For a quick and easy quote over the phone please have ready the approximate size of the pet damage on your carpet and in just a few short minutes your quote range will be ready!
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