Nottingham carpet repair services by s.p.carpet and upholstery care
Why replace when we can repair and restore carpets
Burns, tears, cuts & wear areas to carpets and rugs can be repaired using a variety of professional carpet repair methods, saving you hundreds even thousands of pounds. We hand re-tuft and reweave, patch, plug and re-seam carpets and rugs to the highest professional standards.
Damage to carpets can be repaired by hand re-tufting or reweaving the damaged areas with new carpet fibres, larger areas of damage can be plugged using spare carpet, once repaired most will last as long as the life of the carpet.Even if you have no spare carpet we may be able to match carpet yarns from our vast stocks. With over 25 years of professional repair experience we are sure even the most difficult repair can be solved. We carry out our carpet repair services in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and all Midland areas, we provide our services to domestic and commercial clients. Read our carpet repair article
Many different types of carpet damage can be repaired by re-tufting or reweaving the damaged areas with new carpet fibres, larger areas of damage can be plugged or inserts can be placed in using spare carpet, once repaired the damage will be gone and most repairs will last as long as the life of the carpet. Even if you have no spare carpet we may be able to match carpet yarns from our vast stocks.
We can repair:
cuts, tears and rips
non removable staining
Below top: carpet had an area that the client had removed because of mold growth, the area they had removed they also disposed off, so we had a hole and no spare to repair with, we removed a 200mm strip from the central area of the carpet and joined the two parts together, this made a smaller rug but better than a large hole
Below bottom: Cat scratch damage, the client had no spare carpet to repair this area of damage with, we removed a strip of carpet that went into the airing cupboard the strip we had to work with was just wide enough to fill the damaged area but the carpet pile ran the opposite direction but not really noticable when repaired correctly.
The carpets below where repaired by removing the damaged fibres and retufting or reweaving in new fibres, once compleated most are an invisible mend.