This carpet repair job was a residential project in the Sydney area. The damage was pulled threads that were caused by the leg of a chair that had caught on the carpet when being pulled on and away from the carpet. On this project we used the industry best practice of hand sewing the yarn back into place using the invisible mending technique. Our main challenge in this job was to match the high low pattern of the loops and make it as uniform as possible so our customers guests could never tell that there was ever any damage to the carpet.
This was a residential carpet repair job in the Sydney area. The damage was a pulled thread caused by a tradesperson when installing a new sliding door. We had to cut out the damaged areas and then we patched the cut out areas with some of the spare carpet the property manger had left over from the original carpet instillation. As it was brand new carpet we needed to make the repair completely invisible. Otherwise the carpet would need to be replaced at huge costs to customer.
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.
In this residential job in the Sydney Metropolitan area. The damage was caused by a dog. I had to cut out the damaged area and replace it with spare carpet the customer had kept stored away from when the carpet was first installed. The challenges I faced was trying to match the carpet perfectly so the joins would not be visible using a process called invisible mending. It was also on a join so repairing carpets on or near joins can create other problems.