With the whole family being locked inside the house as of lately you might be trying to figure out ways to keep the commotion down while you are working from home. It is especially important if you need to keep everyone out of your working space. You might have a persistent pet trying to get in though. Whether you have a cat or dog, you have probably experienced one of the dreaded reactions your pet can have: digging on your carpet.
When it comes to cats, they love to stick their little paws under your door when they can’t get in the room to be in there with you. This can quickly cause carpet balding. You may not even realize it until you pop out of your office after a couple of hours. Upon finding, it you will probably be very upset and wondering what in the world can be done to fix the issue.
If you have a dog it will mean that your damage is probably a little worse because they do not just dig but they chew as well. When this is the case, they aren’t only damaging your carpet but oftentimes they are also pulling it up. This means that you’ll not only need a carpet patch but possibly a carpet stretch. If you’re in either of these situations, then you’ll need to find out what your options are.
Should you patch your carpet yourself? The honest truth is that you could go to your local hardware store and get what you need in order to do the patch. However, there are some serious factors that you need to consider. The first is that you are endangering yourself by going to a store. The second, is that the quality may not be very good, and you will want to have someone redo it for you in the end. The conclusion of this is that you might as well have a company that sanitizes everything before they do a project and follow all proper procedures we have put in place. Additionally, the work we do comes with a 5-year guarantee.
If you need your carpet repaired, then call us today! We would be happy to provide you with an estimate over the phone and answer any questions you may have. Feel free to ask us about the procedures we are taking to ensure the safety of us and all our customers!
By Nip Tuck Carpet Repair 5-6-2020
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