Carpet Dyeing Can Be A Solution for Homeowners, restore carpet and rugs

Most existing carpeting in homes, including Oriental rugs, can be dyed. Many homeowners will be sprucing up their home this spring, whether selling, remodeling, redecorating, or simply do a thorough spring cleaning.

Foxborough, United States - October 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Most existing carpeting in homes, including Oriental rugs, can be dyed. Many homeowners will be sprucing up their home this spring, whether selling, remodeling, redecorating, or simply do a thorough spring cleaning. The most noticeable casualty of a “lived-in” home is often the condition of the carpet. Eventually, ALL carpets develop problems, whether the issue is ugly matted traffic patterns, food stains or pet stains, sun fading, chemical spills, or bleach spots. Repeated cleaning with improper solutions can add to these problems. Even some of the most successful carpet cleaners may not remove all the stubborn stains. Remember how quickly the high traffic can return. Carpet cleaning cannot always be successful with the issues of fading, chemical spills, or bleach spots. Eventually traffic patterns, matting or even color loss just gets worse. Many homeowners think that their carpets need to be replaced simply because of a traffic pattern or loss of color and only brand-new carpeting seems to be the only solution. But wait! No-one realizes that many of problems can be solved by carpet dyeing professional. Think of the problems that can be solved if you hire the right professional. What could you do with that money you save if you do not need to prematurely replace those carpets. The average carpet will last up to 20 years. But carpets are replaced 70% of the time for reasons other than wear. Those same carpets are replaced because of color loss, discoloration, stains, fading, traffic areas and it wasn’t even worn out.

Professional carpet dyeing can be an attractive alternative to premature carpet replacement. Although a carpet should be cleaned properly on an orderly schedule, every 6 to 24 months depending on the carpet. While improper cleaning or inadequate cleaning can actually damage the elegance and life of the carpet. Cheaper inferior carpet materials, such as polyester and olefin are not dyeable. If you are not sure what material your carpet is made from, a certified carpet dyeing technician can easily and quickly try-out the material to determine the fiber content.

Carpet dyeing will save money for homeowner over replacement. Expert carpet dyeing can save a homeowner a great deal of money, as the cost is from 50% – 80% less expensive than the cost of premature carpet replacement, depending on the grade and condition of the carpet. In a home that has 1500 square feet of carpeted area, the cost of replacing the carpet with a medium grade, may cost $8,000. Redyeing the existing carpet could cost $2,000 or less, thus realizing a savings of $6,000, (75% less than new carpet).

For more information about profession carpet dyeing, you can contact Anthony Miklaszewski with New Dimension Fiber Protector and Cleaning (508-643-7114) or visit their website New Dimension has a IICRC Master Cleaner on staff to help you with saving that carpet from those unsightly bleach spots. Anthony and his team were spot dyeing carpets almost 25 years ago. New Dimension will help you with your spot dyeing needs from Boston to Providence, Wellesley to Wellfleet or anywhere in between.

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Name: tony
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Organization: New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning
Address: 140 Washington Street # 2, Foxborough, MA 02035, United States

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