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How to fix hump in carpet without redoing whole floor..Help

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Pat G Last reply on Jul 5, 2015

carpet is in great shape, just has a hump in the middle of the room....Of course it is out of warranty :-(

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  • The Garden Frog Boutique with C. Renee
    The Garden Frog Boutique with C. Renee Midlothian, VA
    on Sep 18, 2013

    Carpets sometimes have to be re-stretched. Over time carpets will stretch especially in large rooms. Look for a carpet guy that will charge a fee to re-stretch your carpet. It is best to hire a professional so you can extend the life of your carpets.

  • Tina Schuman
    Tina Schuman Ellabell, GA
    on Sep 18, 2013

    thanks ... may have to resort to that ....I wish I could post a picture....it is in the middle of the floor, lol

  • The Garden Frog Boutique with C. Renee
    The Garden Frog Boutique with C. Renee Midlothian, VA
    on Sep 18, 2013

    I have one too. Large room and I am working out a barter with a neighbor who happens to be a carpet guy. Should not be that much to stretch. But if you do this carpet will last even longer. Good luck

  • Micki
    Micki Maybee, MI
    on Sep 19, 2013

    I had this problem with my living room carpet as well. There were two humps almost next to each other. One was longer than the other. I had a carpet guy come out and he wanted to restretch the whole carpet (12.5 x 22). I'm alone and couldn't possibly move all the furniture and books in there. They would do it but at more than double the price. So, I called a second carpet repair guy. Ended up I had to move 1 chair and he fixed it for a fraction of what the other company wanted. Moral of the story - I would get more than 1 estimate.

  • Tina Schuman
    Tina Schuman Ellabell, GA
    on Sep 19, 2013

    Thanks, good idea. I can't move all of this heavy furniture either

  • Pat G
    Pat G Topeka, KS
    on Jul 5, 2015

    You can rent a stretcher and do it yourself, but it shouldn't be very expensive.

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