Ruined or torn carpet can be a tripping hazard, and should be handled promptly. At best, stains, rips and burns are bothersome. If you have some extra carpet from the time it was initially laid, fix the problem employing a patch.
Water from indoor pot plants with no suitable tray, causes the surrounding carpet to rot. This breaks or cracks down the carpet construction, also harbouring detrimental fungus spores. If left far too late, this carpet area may need to be replaced with a good item of carpet from a mat or closet.
To fix a hole or perhaps a frayed patch in a carpet, you’ll need a piece of a similar carpet slightly bigger than the damaged area. The piece may have been left over when the carpet was laid, or perhaps you can cut it from under a large piece of furniture that is never moved, where it will not show.
The joins of the repair should not be visible. In the beginning, you will see a colour difference between the new patch and so the remaining portion of the carpet, but in time this will likely become less obvious.
Carpet Patch Repairs Auckland 09-489 5599