After approx. 3 years, our newly installed carpeting is "bubbling" up in
several locations. I assume this is due to improper installation (failure
to properly stretch?).
Looking for a possible solution for removing/reducing the bubbled areas.
Thanks in advance.
While I suppose its possible I might end up replacing carpet or
enriching lawyers at some point, what I'd rather do is fix it (if
I can't see any physical damage to the area. The carpet fibers look
fine and are still firmly attached. I see no evidence that anything
has delaminated from anything. There is simply a small (8" or so
diameter) area that is puckered.
Would saturating that area with water help it shrink back? Would
having a carpet installer re-stretch it help? Sit something heavy
there for a few days?
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