Carpet Chris was honored to have the opportunity to complete the carpet around this stunning fireplace.
This Phoenix Carpet Repair involved repairing the carpet where a new closet door had been installed.
Carpet Chris competed the transition between existing carpet and new tile at this home in Ahwatukee.
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.
Poor cat got locked into a bedroom in Ahwatukee. I took some carpet from a closet, patched it into the doorway, and stretched the carpet back to the tile. The cat and the carpet are now doing great.
Here the family pet created a hole right at the seam in the hallway. A patch was performed using carpet left over from the orginal installation.
Here is a typical patch, performed where a family pet became curious and pulled out most of the fiber.
Here is a transition that was loose and has a chipped tile. Since matching tile is not available to replace the chipped one, I suggested that we use a coordinating rubber transition strip.
The existing tackstrip was removed and a transition metal with new tack strip and pad was installed.
Finally, a coordinating transition strip was provided and installed which covered the chipped tile and secured the loose carpet.