What is a Carpet Wrinkle?
Carpet wrinkles are usually the result of your carpet not being stretched-in tight enough to prevent wrinkles from forming over time.
Basically your carpet has no stretch left in it and it must be re-stretched.
A simple re-stretch of your carpet may fix your carpet wrinkle problem once and for all and hopefully avert any permanent damage to your carpet. However, your final outcome may depend on the reason why your carpet developed wrinkles in the first place.
Any carpet can develop wrinkles, especially if your carpet was not stretched in properly in the first place. However, there are many other reasons why your carpet might develop wrinkles, carpet waves or carpet ripples, or whatever you want to call them.
If your carpet is still under warranty, begin your carpet complaint by contacting the retailer where you purchased your new carpet. You want them to come to your home and inspect your carpet.
You need to give the dealer or retailer sufficient time to investigate and come to some conclusion as to the probable cause of your carpet problem and hopefully figure out who or what may be responsible for your carpet wrinkles. If they fall short and don’t satisfy your concerns then you need to consider other options.
Carpet is much harder to stretch in when it is cold. That’s why carpet wrinkles tend show up during hot summer days because the carpet was originally installed on a cold winter day.
Don’t be a victim of a lousy carpet installation, you need to know your best recourse and what you can do to have a successful resolution to your carpet wrinkle problem, hopefully at no cost to you.
Here are my Top 10 main causes of carpet wrinkles and who or what may be the cause of your Carpet problems.
Carpet Wrinkles Continued…