What was the cause of the stain? If same came from a leak from a common source, the property owner's PD carrier would most likely be responsible. If you caused it, I do not believe your carrier would extend coverage. Do you have an endorsement on your policy that covers this type of occurrence?
Pests, Insects, fumigation and bug spraying are part of a property owners usual and expected maintenance costs. Homeowners insurance does not cover maintenance.
Call and ask your claims agent. Probably the whole carpet.
He only has to do what's in the contract.
No. If your carpet was damaged by a covered peril. Your insurance policy is only responsible for repair or replacement of the damaged part with like kind and quality. Their is no coverage for cosmetic aesthetics or exact match issues.
Yes, if the oil stain is thoroughly dry. Use a Multi-purpose carpet glue.
I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THAT MEANS. Sorry.:)
They might believe it's alright to use the carpet as a litter box since the smell will be in the carpet
A homeowners policy is not the proper policy for property rented to others. It is only for owner occupied dwellings and will not cover damage caused by anything other than a covered cause.
Buy a new carpet.
Laminate flooring used on floors can be slippery. Better to use hardwood stained to match your laminate elsewhere or replace the carpet runner.
Yes, the chances of matching the color are slim at best...
Insurance claims for CarpetIf your carpet has been "soiled" as a result of a covered peril on your policy then it would be covered.If the carpet is soiled as the result of normal expected use then it would not be covered.