CARPET REPAIR SERVICES


Mr. Shull is a Master Carpet Repair Craftsman and an IICRC Senior Carpet Inspector with over 7,000 Successful repairs to date.  He is extensively experienced with insurance, consumer, installer, and mill related carpet concerns.  No repair is too big or too small. 

 

A list of some of the carpet damage repaired to date is below.   Click links below to see some repairs. 

 

Seams

 

 1. Tears

 6. Tractor marks

 11. Seam riding

 2. Gaps

 7. High-low marks

 12. Seam peaking

 3. Fraying

 8. Seam profiling

 13. Misused seam sealer

 4. Wrinkles

 9. Seam saddles

 14. Pattern run-off  

 5. Delamination

 10. Seam cupping

 

 

Carpet (other than seams)

 

1. Wrinkles     Wrinkles2

 12. Iron burns

 23. Knee kicker marks

 2. Bubbles

 13. Cigarette burns

 24. Other knee kicker damage

 3. Shrinkage

 14. Other burns

 25. Power stretcher damage

 4. Holes

 15. Wax residue

 26. Gaps at vertical abutment

 5. Tears

 16. High lines

 27. Moldings damage

 6. Missing yarn  (at threshold)

 17. High tufts

 28. Excessive yarn lubricant

 7. Pulled yarn

 18. Low lines

29. Bleach stains    Bleach stains2

 8. Unraveled yarn (pet damage)

 19. Low tufts

 30. Furniture stains (wood)

 9. Cut yarn

 20. End-of-the-roll crush

 31. Furniture stains (rust)

 10. Small area delamination

 21. Roll crush

32. Other stains

 11. Large area delamination

 22. Knee kicker tears

 33. Poor repair     Poor repair2

 

Cushion, tackstrip, and subfloor

 

 1. Loose yarn

 8. Crushed cushion

 15. Unlevel subfloor

 2. Hard spots in cushion

 9. Shifted cushion

 16. Squeaky subfloor

 3. Gaps at cushion seams

 10. Cushion odors

 

 4. Cushion overlap

 11. Damaged tackstrip

 

 5. Cushion over tackstrip

 12. Unsecured tackstrip

 

 6. Cushion too short

 13. Unsecured floor moldings

 

 7. Cushion loose

 14. Improper gully

 

 

Corrective Cleaning

 

 1. Reoccurring spot (next day)

 6. Furniture stain (rust)

 11. Wand marks

 2. Reoccurring spot (weeks)

 7. Old stains

 12. Furniture crush marks

 3. Turmeric dyes (ex. mustard)

 8. Yellowing (various sources)

 13. Water stains   

 4. Food & juice stains (FDA)

 9. Jute browning (lignin dye)

 14. Heavy soil    Heavy soil2

 5. Furniture stain (wood)

10. Cleaning residues 

 


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