Long time lurker here - hope someone can help with this problem.
I have a (hopefully) simple question about a carpet that's just been fitted.
Carpet fitter turns up, does job but when done the carpet has bumps in the middle. He says it's because the carpet had been rolled then folded in half at the carpet shop, and it'll settle down. The carpet ( 80% wool if it makes any difference ) had been folded for 4 days.
I'd have thought that a decent fitter would have been able to fit it just fine without any bumps, but he's apparently adamant that he's done an acceptable job and the bumps are nothing to do with him.
Note: I haven't yet seen carpet, it's for a disabled relative I sort things out for and typically I sorted out this guy, recommended by but independent of the carpet company. Before I call both and get passed pillar to post, thought I'd ask here in case anyone has any thoughts!
Many thanks. -- Dave Jennings