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Ripples or bunching in your wall to wall carpet mean that your carpet has become loose. The main reason this happens is due to poor installation in the first place. When carpet is installed it should be power stretched into place but a lot of installers like to knee-kick the carpet up on to the tack strip as it is a quicker process. Ripples and bunches can also be caused by letting your home get too hot or over wetting the carpet during professional carpet cleaning. Anything over 85 degrees or if the carpet gets too wet it can cause the latex backing on the carpet to relax and then ripple. If you have ripples and are looking to have a trusted and experienced company out to fix your carpet give our office a call. All of our technicians are IICRC certified. IICRC stands for Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. The mission of the IICRC is to establish and advance globally recognized standards and certifications for the inspection, cleaning, restoration and installation industries. Making sure each of our technicians follow these standards means that we, as a company, are providing our customers with the best workmanship. After all of the furniture from the room or rooms that we are stretching has been removed, our technician will stretch the carpet. Using a power stretching tool that reaches across the length and then the width of the room we will stretch the carpet in both directions making it as tight as possible without damaging the carpet. We will then cut off the excess carpet and re-tack it all back down. Typically we can get 2-3 inches out of a carpet. All of our carpet stretching also comes with a 2 year warranty on the labor. Our office can provide you with a free, over the phone estimate based on your measurements and can be reached at 602-688-4186.

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