After the final walk through and the carpet is cleaned, we realize that those stains on the carpet is not stain, it is burns. We phone the tenant right away the same day of the walk through and told her that we have to replace the carpet due to the damage, and she said get an estimate first and don't do anything yet. After I got the estimate and gave her the itemized deduction form and the estimate. She claiming that there was no mention of replacing the carpets during the final walk through. Because the carpet have burn marks in the living room and it is all connected to the dinning area; thus, I got estimate for both area and then charge the remaining life of the old carpet. Is this proper? The tenant only want to pay the burn repair, can you repair a burned carpet?