This carpet was damaged by a leaking bleach bottle. I was able to patch the carpet using a piece from a closet.
This carpet was damaged by a pet that was left locked in a bedroom. I was able to patch it using a piece of carpet left over from the original installation.
This loose and fraying transition was able to be stretched up to the tile and securely reattached. Adhesive was also applied to the edge of the carpet to prevent it from fraying again.
A rental property in Scottsdale had several transitions that need repair. They all were loose and fraying. New vinyl-insert moldings and insert-metal was provided and installed to eliminate the problem, protect the edge of both the carpet & tile, and prevent the problem from re-occuring.
A customer in Scottsdale had wrinkles like this in almost every area. The larger wrinkles in the bedrooms were able to be stretched out, but smaller wrinkles in the hall, especially at a seam in a doorway, were not able to be improved upon. The carpet was extremely stiff.
Here a customer needed a loose carpet / tile transition repaired. It was necessary to use the existing transition metal because the tile installers grouted & mortared to the metal. Its removal would have likely damaged the tile. Tile installers are often reluctant to remove existing transition metals so they do not have to address the carpet during the tile installation. Ideally the metal would have been removed by the tile installers and the carpet re-attached to the new tile without a metal.