When it comes to putting your home on the market there are a lot of things that you will want to consider. Among the ones on the top of the list is your carpet. If you have a realtor helping you sell your home, they have probably talked to you about it already. Here at Nip and Tuck Carpet Repair we want to help you make the best decision for your home, help you save the money you can, and add the most home value you can to it. You will have three options when it comes to your carpet: carpet repair, carpet cleaning, and carpet replacement. We will break down when each is most appropriate to choose.
Nip and Tuck specializes in carpet patching and stretching or otherwise known as carpet repairs. This type of service you would want to use if you have had new carpet installed within the last couple years and it is now starting to wrinkle. You would also want to use us if your carpet got torn up by an animal or has some other stain on it. There is no reason to fork out more money than needed when your carpet is still like new. We are here to make it look like those accidents never happened.
If your carpet is still 5 years old or younger and you have taken good care of it then you can probably easily get away with doing any needed carpet repairs and having it cleaned. We recommend that you have it professionally cleaned. You might want to try and save money by doing it yourself but trust us on this one, nothing compares to a professional cleaning. They can make your carpets look brand new again. Many of them offer pet treatment and hypoallergenic cleaning as well.
The life expectancy on most carpet is 10 years. If your carpet is starting to get up there in age, then it might just be best to have it replaced. This can cost a lot of money but will be a high selling point for your home and add to its home value. Its best if you do this before there is an offer down so that you do not have to deal with the hassle of giving the buyer options and having to wait for them to pick. Ask your realtor what many people have liked as well as what would look good with the style of your home.
This is just a small crash course in how to make a good decision about the carpet in your home that you are about to sell. If you need our repair services, then do not hesitate to call us today! We would be happy to give you a quick estimate over the phone and schedule your project today!
By Nip Tuck Carpet Repair 10-8-2020
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