What To Do With Your Area Rug That Needs Repaired
An area rug is an investment, and perhaps even a family heirloom, that needs and deserves the best care. If you have a damaged Oriental rug or a worn-out fine area rug, the experts at Greenspring Rug Care can provide detailed rug repair that will restore your floor covering to like-new condition. There are few companies with the expertise to perform antique rug repair, but fortunately, we are one of them. Let’s take a look at the different types of damage that rugs can sustain and how we can treat them with our full-service rug repair.
Has Your Rug Sustained Damage?
Greenspring Rug Care can restore your rug to its former grandeur, even when it has experienced different types of damage. We are capable of restoring pet damage, water intrusion, sun damage, and more. For less than the price of having to buy a whole new rug, we can repair the one you already have and love. You can rest assured that you are leaving your rug in the best of hands with our experienced rug care professionals.
We Offer Full-Service Rug Repair
Whether your area rug has frayed edges or running colors, the specialists at Greenspring Rug Care can provide in-depth rug repair in our plant by our rug care specialists. Our repair services include refringing, binding, or serging, either by hand or by machine. We can repair missing or worn areas by either rebuilding or patching, as well as altering your rug to your specification. Our experts can also provide blocking, sizing, and latex backing, or replace the backing of your rug altogether.
Request Service For Your Rug Today
Greenspring Rug Care offers the best people, the best product, and the best customer service for cleaning, repairing, and restoring your beloved area rug. When you choose our services, you will benefit from our free pickup, delivery, and furniture moving. Contact us at (410) 667-RUGS for more information about us or to request rug repair services. We serve Baltimore, Maryland, including the surrounding counties of Howard, Harford, and Anne Arundel, as well as Bethesda and Gaithersburg, Maryland, and Washington D.C.