When a home is put on the market for sale, one of the common things the seller will do before putting the home in the hands of their realtor is paint. The inside and out of the home is painted to help refresh the look of the home. However, that is not always everything. In many cases the carpet may receive some professional cleaning and that’s all the attention the floor will receive. Unfortunately, cleaning carpet may not help make them look clean or very fresh. Carpet can reveal all of the abuse it received over the years. When replacing the carpet isn’t an option, a realtor often will seek out carpet dyeing and or restoration services. Dye Pro Carpet Dyeing & Restoration will share how we help realtors restore old, dull and dingy looking carpet and make them look new once more.
Get Carpet Back to Original Color or Darker
When a home, condo, or other dwelling is put in the hands of a realtor to sell, and they have carpet with stains, bleach spots, or carpet that looks dull and dingy, the carpet can be restored. When the carpet looks terrible, the carpet needs to be thoroughly cleaned if that hasn’t been done yet. Afterward, the carpet will need to be dyed. Dyeing the carpet entails applying a fresh coat of dye over the entire carpeted area. Depending on the level of staining, dyeing the carpet can cover the stains and revive the color of the entire carpet. When dyeing the carpet, the realtor will also have the freedom to choose to dye the carpet the same color or change the color. Realtors have a lot of experience when it comes to selling a home and know what buyers tend to like. Perhaps the current color of the carpet may not be the best color to draw in buyers. In such a case, the realtor can request the carpet to be dyed a new color. However, when changing the color of the carpet, the color will be darker as the new color will be applied over the current color of the carpets. After dyeing the carpet the color will look refreshed and even new again. When a realtor doesn’t have the option of replacing the carpets, but the carpet needs to be improved, carpet dyeing is an affordable and reliable option.
Fix Bleach Spots on Carpets
Another major problem in homes are stains or bleach spots. Brand new carpet can develop a permanent stain or a bleach spot the day they are installed. In some cases, a realtor will receive a home with fairly new carpet that may have one permanent stain or bleach spot. Luckily, both can be repaired and before the realtor begins showing the home to potential buyers. Stains, even those that will not wash out, can be removed. To remove a permanent stain they will need to be bleached out. This will, of course, remove the stain as well as the color in the carpet, leaving behind only a bleach spot. Even though the color is stripped out, the bleach spot will be repaired. When repairing a bleach spot, regardless as to how it developed, it is repaired by putting the dye back into the carpet. Repairing a bleach is fast and guaranteed to match the rest of the carpet, ensuring beautiful carpet for the realtor.
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When a realtor has a home or living space they must sell that has horrible carpet, do not panic. Contact Dye Pro Carpet Dyeing & Restoration today. We can dye whole rooms, treat bleach spots and everything in between!