Those who live in condominiums often find themselves struggling to maintain their carpets. Carpets are frequently used in condominiums to help reduce noise and prevent un-neighborly disturbances. When carpet develop stains or appear faded and neglected, often the result leads to carpet replacement. However, carpet replacement isn’t necessary. Instead of investing the time and expense of replacing carpet, you can have your carpet restored with carpet dyeing services. Carpet Dye-Tech will share how our services help to restore carpets in condominiums.
Carpet Color Restoration
Carpets in condominiums sometimes lose their color either due to sunlight exposure or improper carpet cleaning. Dull carpet simply looks old and somewhat neglected regardless as to the efforts put into maintaining the carpets. However, carpet color can be restored through carpet dyeing. The good news is that carpet in a condominium can be dyed back to its original coloring. The entire carpeted area will need to be cleared and then a carpet dye technician will come and apply the dye back into the carpet. Methods of dyeing does vary. Often it will depend on the type of carpet, the size, and the carpet’s condition. The carpet dye technician will often determine the best method to dye the condominium’s carpets.
Carpet Dyeing Color Change
If desired, faded or dull carpet color can also be changed. Carpet can be dyed a different color. However, in most cases the carpet can only be dyed a darker hue. The methods of changing the carpet color is the same as regular carpet dyeing. However, the dye formula is altered to create a new color for the carpet. There are a few limitations as to what color the carpet color can be changed to. It will depend on the current color of the carpet and how other dye pigments will interact with the carpet’s current color.
Carpet Bleach Spot Repair
When carpet develops bleach spots they look terrible. Those pale spots just jump out at you every time you come home. Bleach spots are permanent and cannot be cleaned or removed from the carpet. Bleach spots are essentially the absence of color or pigment in the carpet. When repairing bleach spots, you will need to put color back into the carpet. A carpet dye service can do this. Depending on the size of the bleach spot, a carpet dye technician will use a dye dropper or a handheld spray gun to apply the dye back into the carpet. Repairing bleach spots are quick and simple.
Carpet Dyeing VS Replacement
When seeking carpet dyeing services, you will find many benefits. One is the fact that you will not need to replace the carpet in your condominium. Replacing carpet adds a lot of steps. The old carpet and padding will need to be removed. Next the floor will need to be cleaned and prepped for new carpet. Finally, the new padding and carpet can be installed. When dyeing carpet, the carpet will need to be bare to ensure quality service. However, after the carpet is dyed and dry, the furniture can be put back. Dyeing carpet is also cheaper than replacing carpet, which saves the condominium owner both time and money.