Starke, FL
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KLC Floors in Starke, FL



Why carpet could be your perfect flooring

One of the questions we hear time and again is this: "Should I go with carpet or hardwood?" The answer to that lies mainly in your personal preferences and style, but we can tell you that carpet is always current, ever-evolving from technology, and is as functional as it is beautiful.

Just walk into our carpet store and you'll see an almost unlimited number of colors, patterns, designs, all at different price points and in various fibers and styles. There truly is something for everyone.

KLC Floors, for over 15 years, has been serving Florida with our full flooring inventory and our services, such as kitchen/bath renovation and installation.

Our showroom is in Stark, FL. and we serve Middleburg, Lake Asbury, Gainesville, Green Cove, and High Springs. We also provide free estimates.

We hope you visit us and feel free to call us with any questions.

Yes, you can have a carpet installation, even with asthma and allergies

Carpet can help with the air quality in your home. While vacuuming gets the surface dirt, other particles get trapped in the fibers where they'll remain until the rug is cleaned.

Pollutants won't fly around in the air, so you'll breathe a lot easier.

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Carpet technology has made giant steps

Color palettes have expanded. Digital printing allows for patterning to go all the way through to a fiber, resulting in vibrancy and non-existent fading.

There's even a relatively new fiber, Triexta, that has the permanent stain-resistance built into the fiber. Many have said it's even stronger than nylon.

Carpet is beautiful and hardworking

Footsteps, muffled conversations, beeping devices are all eliminated with carpet. It cushions and keeps vibrations and echoes from bouncing off the walls and being a disturbance. It also provides thermal insulation, so if the room is chilly or warm, it will hold on to that.

Finally, a rug protects from hard falls.

As for fibers, many ask if a synthetic or natural is better. Again, it depends on your needs, as well as the budget. All have various levels of stain resistance and strength, so discuss your needs in detail with your flooring pro. The basic (this does not include blends) ones are nylon, polyester, olefin, Triexta, and wool.