Frequently Asked Questions About Rug Repair
There are over 64,000 rug variations, and we’ll do our best to take good care of your rug, no matter how rare or intricate. We are equipped to handle the repair of your Oriental rugs, including Chinese, Pakistani, Indian, and Egyptian rugs. Our rug repair experts and technicians are also authorities in dhurrie, Berber, and olefin rug repair. With few exceptions, most area rugs can be repaired by KIWI Services.
Rug repair quotes come at no cost to you. Your free quote is an essential part of our business model and ensures you get the best possible service for your needs and budget. Contact KIWI Services today for an obligation-free rug repair quote. Contact us at 800-333-KIWI or via our simple and free online quote system. You can even use our handy instant web chat to get an immediate online quote.
The fact of the matter is, we understand better than anyone that your rugs are expensive and that they may even be family heirlooms. Because of that, we’re dedicated to hiring the most skilled rug experts, including a Senior Rug Expert, a Master Weaver, and a Fringe Surging and Binding Specialist. These professionals know rugs inside out — all 64,000 variations! — and will treat them with love and care. In addition, for your peace of mind, we’re fully bonded and insured.
Common signs that your rug needs professional repair include fraying or worn edges, holes, tears, loose or missing fringe, uneven color, or visible wear patterns.
Whether to repair or replace your rug depends on factors such as the rug’s age, value, and sentimental worth. In many cases, repairing a rug can be more cost-effective than replacing it, especially if it is valuable or sentimental. A professional rug repair service can guide your specific rug’s best course of action.
To properly store your rug and prevent damage, follow these steps:
- Clean the rug thoroughly before storage to remove dirt and debris
- Roll the rug with the pile facing inward to protect it from dust and dirt
- Wrap the rug in a breathable material, such as cotton or muslin, to protect it from moisture and pests
- Store the rug in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated area, avoiding damp or humid environments
- Avoid placing heavy objects on top of the rug, as this can cause creases or damage the fibers
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