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Have you ever noticed how fast carpet wrinkles grow once they get started? It’s because carpet is meant to be stretched tight. Very tight! (Video’s and article below explain more) Once a loose carpet begins to form a ripple it needs a carpet stretching. As you walk on a carpet ripple it moves up and down far more than it should. As the loose carpet moves up and down it loosens up even more. Pretty soon your carpet has more waves than the Pacific ocean.

If you don’t want to surf the waves of your carpet then give me a call. We stretch carpet right the first time and back it up with our 100% unconditional unlimited lifetime labor guarantee.

Do you have ripples, bulges, loose areas, waves, wrinkles, or big bunched up areas in your carpet?

If you do, I can fix it!

BEFORE

This carpet stretch job carpet is in a mobile home. It’s a beautiful light cream color. The only problem is the wave running all the way across the room. A good carpet stretching will fix this room right up. When we stretch carpet, the carpet normally only needs to be stretched one direction.

AFTER

This particular carpet stretching job was a major challenge because the loose carpet was stiff and stubborn. Even with the power carpet stretcher it was difficult. After several stretches I finally got it right. It looks perfect now. When you want to stretch carpet give us a call!

BEFORE

A small carpet wrinkle in a bedroom ruins the look of the room. It’s a small carpet ripple now but if left unfixed it will become a large carpet ripple.

AFTER

The lighting changed while I was stretching this carpet but you can still see that the loose carpet is now tight.

To keep your carpet looking it’s best, a good carpet stretch when it has carpet bubbles is the best thing to do.

This room needed carpet stretching in several places, you can see the video above how to stretch carpet.

In a large room with loose carpet we stretch it with a carpet stretcher. Knee kickers aren’t enough to pull carpet tight in a room this big.

This is the same room as the above picture. Do you see the carpet ripples?

We stretch carpet every day so when you need carpet stretching give us a call!

Here’s Alan using the power stretcher to stretch carpet.
The power carpet stretcher is used to stretch carpet in all sizes of rooms but it’s most important in large rooms.

The power stretcher reaches all the way across the room. One end butts up against one wall and the other end has a head with a lever.

When we push down on the lever, the carpet is stretched. This is a very powerful tool. If we stretch the carpet too much it can rip or pull off the tack strip.

Here’s a view of the carpet after stretching.

This angle shows where the ripple in the carpet used to be.

Nothing is worse for a carpet than to leave it loose. A loose carpet will get looser and more rippled very quickly. When we stretch carpet we help it last far longer.

This is a master bedroom with a couple of nasty wrinkles in it. It’s especially important to repair this carpet by pulling the wrinkles out because the lady that lives there is over 80 years-old. She can’t afford to trip over the carpet. This first carpet wrinkle is in front of the bathroom.

The carpet is tight here too but you can see where the wrinkle left a mark. Sometimes the top ridge of a carpet wrinkle can attract dirt. At least the carpet is now flat and safe.

This second carpet wrinkle is between the bed and the built-in furniture.

Here you can see that the carpet is now tight.

Using the pole stretcher/power stretcher, we pulled the carpet wrinkles out and then cut off the excess.

Many times a carpet will become loose due to traffic, cleaning, humidity or a bad original carpet installation. Call us for all your carpet stretching needs.

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