Hi I am Jason the Atlanta Carpet Repair Expert and if you are having carpet related issues and need expert help. Feel free to contact me at any time to consult with me about it and we can discuss possible solutions. I am a independent professional industry veteran with over 19 years experience. I absolutely promise you that you wont find a better professional to do the job. I have fixed over a thousand situations where the carpets were damaged by rips, were torn, have burns, bad spills, bad stains, pet damage, (dog, cat, rabbit, ferrit, parrot) bad seams, pulled loops, poor installation, water damage reinstallation & water damage repair, rippling, carpet waves, carpet patch otherwise known as a bonded insert, buckling, remodeling issues wall lines you name it. Its not a problem for me if the carpet is Berber, patterned, sculptured, cut pile, wilton, woven, axminster, action back or even a natural like wool, seagrass and or sisal. I also can repair or install commercial direct glue down carpets. I have all my own tools and I can do the job right. So whether it is a investment property, rental, work place or home. Avoid the unnessacery higher prices. My clients save big money by hiring me. I do all my own work (never any sub contractors like other companys). All open areas are installed or repaired using a new top of the line crane power stretcher. Don’t settle for someone just knee kicking your carpet that simply will not fix it. I do appreciate you taking the time. review my links and see my work for yourself. I am very proud to call myself the local guy. As always I look forward to speaking with you best regards and thank you.
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Caitlin W. I shopped around for quotes on patching some carpet after my basement flooded. Jason gave me a great price and was available within the week. He was prompt and very knowledgeable. The work took less than a couple hours to complete, and it looks GREAT! You can’t even tell where he patched the carpet, and it’s a sizable area in the middle of the room.
I called ACRE to stretch our carpet in a few spots where it had buckled and created ridges. Jason showed up exactly on time at 8:30am which was surprising because we live in Midtown, Atlanta and most contractors arrive late due to delays with morning traffic. I was quickly provided an estimate, which was very reasonable, and he got to work right away. I was impressed that Jason helped to move furniture around and he completed the job quickly. It was also interesting to see that he had tools which the original installer of our carpet did not have (maybe this is the reason it needed to be re-stretched). We also asked for a quote to install new carpet in our basement and stairwell. We will definitely have him come back out to complete the carpet installation. As a side note, I was happy with the ease of setting up an appointment and the great communication when I had to move the appointment date.
Jason did a great job! Not only was he on time, courteous and very reliable, but his prices were very reasonable. We used him to stretch the carpet as well as to fix a burn mark. We would use him again and would refer others in need of carpet repair.
Jason work is a testament to this 5-Star rating. He is very reliable and spends time doing the job correctly, the first time. He places patches in the carpet so well that afterwards, it was tough to find the location of the repairs! He also installed new carpet for us and did a great job. Very nice man and I am thankful we chose Jason. He is also fairly priced.
Great Job! Meticulous and pays attention to detail. I would use Jason for future carpet repair needs. He was pleasant and courteous throughout the entire job. I highly recommend Atlanta Carpet Repair Expert. You need an expert, call Jason. Atlanta Carpet Repair Experts Job Smith profile and reviews http://www.gosmith.com/pro/2860296/Atlanta-Carpet-Repair-Expert Note: general areas of service but NOT limited too. 1 DEKALB COUNTY ***Avondale Estates
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**General reference guide to carpet terminology**
Carpet is most commonly found in two types of construction: cut pile and loop pile. Each construction offers various styles to choose from.
Cut Pile: This carpet gets its durability through the fiber used, the density of the tufts, and the twist of the yarn. There are four popular styles to choose from: textured plush, Saxony, frieze, and cable.
Plush: This has a smooth and even finish, providing a more formal look.
Textured: This style uses low density fibers of uneven heights. The resulting look hides dirt with an informal look, but it is not suited for high traffic areas.
Saxony: This has a smooth and even finish, but the fibers are longer than a textured plush, and the fibers have a twist. Though this is the most popular style of carpet on the market, it has a tendency to show footprints and other marks more than other carpets.
Frieze: This carpet style features long fibers with more twists, so the resulting texture is informal. It hides foot prints and other marks easier than other carpets, but is generally not suited for high traffic areas. If the piles are longer, it is called “shag.”
Cable: This style of carpet is made with thicker and longer fibers to provide a more “cozy” feel to the carpet when walked on.
Loop Pile: Loop pile carpets do not cut the yarn tips, making the loops visible. They are durable in construction, and are considered an “all-purpose” carpet. There are various styles to choose from including: level loop, patterned multi-level loop, and cut and loop.
Level Loop or Berber: This carpet style features packed short looped fibers. This provides a durable surface for high trafficked areas with an informal appearance. Some color flecks in the fiber may make it easier to hide dirt, but the height of the fibers may make the seams more visible.
Patterned Multi-Level Loop: This carpet style features loops of varying heights to create a texture and or pattern.
Cut and Loop: This carpet style is a mixture between cut pile and loop pile fibers. The variant makes for a textured appearance that is ideal for highly trafficked areas. As an added bonus, this type of carpet also hides dirt and stains.
Nylon: This is the most popular fiber type used for carpeting. There are two different kinds of nylon used to make carpeting: nylon 6, and nylon 6,6. Nylon is present in roughly 60% of all carpets sold in the United States. During manufacturing, dye is added to produce a variety of colors. Nylon is a highly durable fiber, resistant to wear and tear. It is generally not a stain repelling fiber, though treatments are available to help protect it against staining. It is a conductor of static electricity, and when left in direct sunlight for long periods of time, will fade.
Olefin: This fiber is not as resilient as nylon, but it is less likely to fade. It is a strong fiber that is resistant to wear and tear. This is an ideal fiber for any outdoor carpeting use because it is resistant to mold and mildew. This is not a comfortable carpet to walk on with bare feet. The seams of the carpet fibers may be more visible than with other fibers.
Polyester: Polyester is increasing in popularity because it is a more cost effective option than other fibers. It is not suitable for highly trafficked areas, because it is less resilient than nylon fiber and is more likely to show damage and fade. If used with a thick cut-pile construction, it has a soft feel.
Acrylic: Acrylic is not a widely used fiber, but it provides the look and feel of wool based carpets, without the expense. It is not a major conductor of static electricity, and is resistant to mold and mildew.
Wool: Wool is the most expensive fiber in the carpet market today, because it is the only natural fiber used in carpet production. It feels good against bare feet and is highly durable. It is stain and dirt resistant, but will fade easily in direct sunlight.
Blends: Blends of these fibers are used to improve the overall quality of carpet in terms of look and feel, and durability. The most commonly used blends are wool and nylon, and olefin and nylon.
Carpet Types: Distinguishing the Differences
Carpet can be grouped into three primary constructions; loop pile, cut pile, and cut and loop pile. Each of these construction types may be used in the home; although cut piles represent the largest market share for residential carpet. Loop pile carpets, such as Berber, have been increasing in popularity over the past 10 years. Cut and loops represented a significant portion of carpet sales during the 1970s and 1980s, but cut and loop usage has been reduced considerably.
Loop Pile Carpet
All carpet actually begins as a loop pile and the loops are cut during manufacturing to provide the cut pile appearance. As the name implies, cut and loops are a combination of cut loops and uncut loops to provide texture or patterns. Most cut and loops are primarily cut piles with some loops left uncut for patterns; although a few styles utilize the opposite effect.
Cut Pile Carpet
Cut pile constructions can be used in both residential and commercial carpet installations. However, cut piles are used far more widely in residential applications and comprise the largest share of the residential market. There are numerous subcategories of cut pile carpet. Each category provides a different appearance or finished look. The following categories of cut pile can be found when shopping for residential carpet.
Saxony: This is a cut pile carpet in which two or more plies of yarn have been twisted and heat-set so that the tip of each carpet tuft is distinguishable on the pile surface. Saxonies have the tendency to show footprints and vacuum cleaner sweeper marks. This is based in light reflection of the fiber when pile direction is changed. When brushed in one direction, the pile may assume a darker hue, while adjacent yarns brushed in the opposite.