Hi, I need some advice.. I had a stair carpet fitted several weeks ago, I wasn’t happy as one ‘4 step’ section or piece was fitted at an angle, there are strange completely flattened dents in several corners of the treads. Three pieces fitted on the ‘turn risers’ have simply come away at the edges and aren’t held down to the tread section. Also the fall of the carpet on the edge by the walls is sort of tucked in on most but not all of the stairs & just looks strange. The carpet is pure wool and not cheap, the underlay is cloud nine and was left on the stairs as it was fine.. no grippers were replaced. I had the manager come and have a look, he said that it was all due to the carpet being a Wilton type and that it had stretched during the week. He said that he would arrange for the fitters to come back to re stretch it. He said it happens a lot and that the fitters have got to go back several times with this sort of carpet.. That was two weeks ago and I’m about to contact him again as I haven’t heard from him & the carpet really is stretched now and bumpy ‘bouncy’ to the sides of each tread etc. Am I being fussy ? I’ve had several visitors comment on the lovely carpet “but who fitted it ?” as it looks as though it’s a diy job. I would like your opinion as I don’t want to be fobbed off by the fitters if there is a problem..