This job was a commercial carpet repairs Sydney project that we responded to a call that a tradesperson was doing his job of installing petitions in an office when his screw caused a pulled thread in the carpet leaving a very unsightly line in the carpet. On this repair we cut out the damaged area and sewed in a new piece of carpet left over from the original instillation. It was a great thing that the carpet was new and there was plenty of carpet for us to use to make the repair.
For this carpet repair, we had to go in and make a repair to a piece of carpet that a tradesperson was working on at commercial project in a new apartment complex where he was installing a door stop when all of sudden the screw caught the threading of the carpet and caused a pulled thread creating a major eye sore in the new flooring. When working on this project, we had to cut out the damaged area and re-glue it using the invisible mending technique. This was in a brand new apartment unit which made it imperative that we make the repair look seamless and invisible so the new tenants could not see that there was ever any pulled thread damage to the carpet.
This was a Sydney area commercial carpet repair job. The damage was made by knife cuts in carpet caused by painter when removing plastic that was protecting the carpet. The cuts were made with a Stanley knife. On this job we had to use the invisible mending technique to replace a cut out piece of the damaged carpet with an undamaged piece of carpet we were able to find. As the units are brand new if we were unable to make invisible the whole unit needed to be replaced at huge costs to the tradesperson.
In this commercial job in the Sydney Metropolitan area. The damage was caused when a contractor was installing a door stop. During the instillation of a door stopper by a tradesman there was a pulled zipper thread caused when drilling hole to install the door stopper. The main challenge we faced with this carpet repair was trying to match the construction of the pile though we ultimately were successful. As you can see, we re-tufted the missing thread back into the damaged area.