Carpet Restretching, a Cost Effective and Efficient Alternative to Replacement

Very soon pumpkins will be lining walkways, leaves will turn shades of brown, red, yellow, and then wreaths will begin to adorn the front doors of countless homes across America. The holiday season, like autumn’s nudge and winter’s push, will soon be upon us. While entertaining friends and family can be a wonderfully fulfilling time of year, it is also inevitably busy and stressful. A portion of the stress can be directly tied to presentation. Not only are hosts and hostesses showcasing their food, family, and hospitality, they are also opening their homes to the scrutiny of friends, family, and acquaintances alike. Thus those minor knicks on furniture and frayed carpet edges become glaring calls to attention, escalating anxiety and dampening holiday spirits.

What is a homeowner to do? Replacing your carpet may not only be out the question due to budgetary constraints, especially during the holiday season, but also not available within the allotted time frame. Besides, replacing flooring is a major household decision, cost, and time commitment.

A very practical alternative to getting your carpeted areas looking like new is restretching. It is not only economical but can also be easily fit into anyone’s busy schedule. Thus, when your carpeted areas begin to look bubbled, worn, or torn, call the professionals at Premium Carpet and Upholstery for a free estimate.

For more information on the services we offer and how our PremiumPRO can help improve your carpets or furniture with a professional clean, call us at 970-482-2350 or visit us at www.premiumcarpetandupholstery.com.

 

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