A small family dog chewed a hole in the dining room carpet. A small "cookie cutter" patched was performed. You can see that the customer will now have to consider having the carpet cleaned since the patch carpet was substainally cleaner than the existing carpet.
An anxious dog wanted to get into the bedroom from the hallway. Since extra carpet was not available to patch it, I made the best of what I had to work with. I applied latex to the delaminated backing and left it over night to dry. The next day the carpet was power stretched to reduce the space where the yarn was removed by the dog and the carpet was seamed together.
Was able to stretch out some serious wrinkles in this Tempe condo. The discoloration at the wrinkles should be able to be cleaned out.
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.
A customer was moving into their new home and wanted to have some wrinkles removed before the furniture arrived. I was able to power stretch the wrinkles out the same day they called and the furniture was able to be moved in the next day.
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.