Please don’t call to have your carpet patched if you don’t have any carpet to do the patch with.
Will you be able to see the patch?
Maybe yes, maybe no, maybe maybe.
Visit the three pages below for some examples of what your finished carpet patch may (or may not) look like.
You may or may not be able to see the patch. Sometimes the patch is completely invisible. Other times it’s obvious that the carpet has been patched.
Short nap carpet shows the seams more than long nap carpet.
Looped carpet shows the seams more on the cross cuts than on the cuts that go the same direction as the rows.
If you use a new piece of un-faded carpet that’s not worn and patch it next to faded carpet or worn carpet, you’ll see the patch because of the difference in color or wear.
We don’t promise that the patch will be invisible.