re-stretch needed?

Discussion in 'Carpet / Textile' started by Matt, Nov 4, 2009.

  1. Matt

    Matt Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    we have in the upstairs hall an area of carpet that is under a year old that looks like its wrinkling is the best way to describe it, how can I re stretch it (unwrinkle it), it really look sightly.

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  2. Matt

    Matt Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    you will need to imploy a carpet fitter to restretch the carpet. Wont cost much , maybe 30-40 quid.
     
  3. Gripper

    Gripper Well-Known Member

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    yeah I agrea with matt, find a local carpet fitter, simple job that will save you the cost of a new carpet.
     
  4. tedmaced

    tedmaced Well-Known Member

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    If the carpet hasn.t been down too long, you might be better to ring the supplier/fitter who installed it to restretch it. It could be that when it was fitted the carpet was stiff , and now it has acclimatised it has softened up and therefore needs easing
     
  5. rusty baker

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    In the states we normally guarantee the work for 1 year.
     
  6. Matt

    Matt Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Yes thats a good point. Carpet installation should be guarranted for 1 year.
     
  7. bladerunner

    bladerunner Well-Known Member

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    if EWE say SAW matt!
     

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