Carpet Facts you need to know
This is most often caused by the carpet stretching due to temperature, humidity and common everyday wear. The problem can be corrected by your carpet installer who retrenches the carpetwith a stretcher.
The balls of fluff, or loose fibers, found on carpet or in the vacuum cleaner bag are the normal result of fiber left in the carpet from the manufacturing process. Removing these loose fibers doesnot affect carpet life or appearance. With proper vacuuming most shedding gradually disappears within the first year of installation.
The weight of heavy pieces of furniture can cause indentations in carpet. Try moving your furniture a few inches backward or sideways so that the weight is not concentrated in one place. To cure depressions, work the carpet pile back into place with your fingertips or the edge of a spoon, then, dampen the area and heat it with a hair dryer, working the fibers with your fingers or a spoon.
Carpet in heavily traveled areas receives the most wear. For better appearance and longer carpet life, try to reduce the amount of traffic on these areas or use small rugs in front of heavily used chairs or furniture. Although some change will eventually occur in the texture of your carpet, reducing the wear on paths and in front of furniture will slow this change.
Occasionally, a yarn tuft will rise above the pile surface of a carpet. Just snip off these tufts to the level of the other tufts. DO NOT PULL THEM OUT.
Shading will have some impact on the appearance of a carpet, consumers should consider the possibility that it may occur when buying a cut pile carpet. This is a natural phenomenon and not covered in the warrantee.