What Caused My Carpets to Buckle and Wrinkle?
When you first get your new carpet installed, it looks amazing and all the fibers are structured in such a manner during manufacturing. Like all products, carpet does over time begin to degrade. When your carpet begins to show this, there are several different signs that you can use to identify what the root cause is, however, there is only one thing that can fix it, and that is carpet stretching.
Dealing with buckling or wrinkling
One of the most common problems that frequently affect carpet is buckling or wrinkling. Buckling is when the edges of your carpet start to curl causing them to become uneven with the floor. Or, buckling can be classified as when small pockets of air are created in between your carpet resulting in it rising in certain areas. Buckled carpets can ruin the overall look of your room, which is why finding a solution is important.
If you have carpet that is buckling in certain areas and want to find a solution, then you have come to the right place. Below, we will provide you with some information that will help you on your way.
Treating buckled or wrinkled carpet
Once your carpet has started to wrinkle or buckle, there is but one solution, and that is your carpet will have to be re-stretched to fix any issues that are linked to buckling. When you allow your carpet to sit with either wrinkles or buckles, the problem will eventually become that bad that restretching will not be an option anymore.
Depending on where you bought your carpet from, you may be able to contact them and ask if they do this service, and if so if you can get a discount as you bought the carpet from them originally. Also, make sure you check with the manufacturer of your carpet, as not all companies provide this service.
If you would like to make an appointment with our carpet stretching service, please contact Flooring And Renovations LLC at (972) 316-4570 now, if you live in the Dallas, TX region.