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Miracle Steam Pros
Miracle Steam Pros provides carpet repair and stretching while fully understanding the importance of customer service.
It is our belief that our clients are our greatest asset. At Miracle Steam Pros our top priority is delivering the level of service that we promise.
We also know that finding reliable carpet repair in Sachse TX can be challenging. We focus on one thing – providing you the best service possible.
We make sure that you are satisfied with our work so that when you need your carpets repaired again, you feel comfortable contacting us again and again. We feel that if you are not comfortable referring us to your friends and family, we did something wrong.
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We move and replace light furniture
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Miracle Steam is a 21st Century Company founded on 19th Century Values. Even today, we still believe in growing the company one business or one home at a time.
Our technicians are formally trained in the latest carpet repair techniques and floor care systems. Whether your needs are residential or commercial carpet repair in Sachse, Miracle Steam Pros would love to become your floor care company of choice. Our level of commitment to making sure that you have the best experience possible is unparalleled!
• Seam Repair
• Pet Damaged (Including Pet Urine)
• Repairing Flood Damage
• Reinstalling After Remodeling
• Repair Stairs
• Stain Removal
When an original installation is done properly, you should never need to re-stretch loose carpet. Proper installation requires a tool called a stretcher or a power stretcher. (Not a kicker, kickers aren’t nearly enough.) When you see ripples, wrinkles, or bunched-up carpet, that’s when you know you need to have it stretched.
Most of the time, a loose carpet can be re-stretched without needing to take apart seams. If seams do need to be taken apart, it opens up a whole other can of worms.
If there’s some furniture in the room, we can often use our carpet stretcher without having to clear the room entirely. Often we can move the furniture from one side of the room to the other and stretch one side of the room at a time.
If you have a stain that you can’t get out or you have damaged carpet due to a burn (not the good kind), or your bad dog or cat thinks that carpet is a food group, then a patch may be the only solution.
Patching isn’t as easy as it looks. The patch needs to be exactly perfect. If there’s any overlap or gap at the seam (at all), you’ll be sorry.
You can use a leftover piece of carpet from the original installation or steal a piece of carpet from a closet to do your carpet patching. One thing you probably can’t do is go to the carpet store and buy a piece to match.
Removing carpet and carpet pad is simple but sometimes strenuous. If we are trying to save the carpet to use in a different room or to re-carpet the hallway or stairway, we will want to try to keep it in one piece. If the objective is just to remove old carpet and old carpet pad, we will make it easy on ourselves by cutting the carpet into strips approximately two feet wide.
Sometimes we charge to haul the carpet and pad away but most often we leave it in garbage bags for the customer to feed into their garbage can over a period of a few weeks (no charge).
The first stair always wears out first. One way to save a LOT of money is to use a scrap of leftover carpet from the installation or from a closet to replace just a stair or two.
If more stairs need to be re-carpeted, and if the stairway carpet matches the carpet in the hall and the rest of the house, you can save a LOT of money by replacing the stairway carpet with carpet removed from a different room. It’s far less expensive to replace just one room of carpet than to re-carpet your entire house, and the stairway carpet continues to match the carpet in the hall and the rest of the house.