Damaging your carpet without hiring professional carpet repair can cost you more than your security deposit if you rent

September 7, 2017


If you rent, your landlord will require a security deposit. That security deposit will not only be forfeited but you'll also receive a hefty total replacement bill if you damage any area of carpeting within the entire home. 


Replacing one area, or one room of carpeting is not a feasible choice for a homeowner after a tenant has damaged the carpeting because the new carpet will not match the existing carpeting, so their go-to choice for replacement is to have the tenant pay for total replacement of all carpeting adding up to thousands of dollars beyond your lost security deposit. 


Most landlords will not seek repair of carpeting when they know the tenant can be forced, sometimes through legal action, to pay for replacement, so it's up to the tenant most-times to seek carpet repairing in order to save the headahe and bank account aches of having the landlord deal with this.


Carpet Doctors can repair any carpet damage even if you have no spare carpeting, which is the case most times.


Whether you have bleached the carpet requiring carpet dyeing, damaged the carpet requiring carpet repair, or soiled the carpet requiring carpet cleaning or spot removal Carpet Doctors is one call away.

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