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6900 Philips Hwy., Suite 21, Jacksonville, FL 32216

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In your quest for the perfect floor covering for your home, have you stopped to consider carpet? In the flooring world, we realize that some people love it, and some people hate it, but we think it’s definitely worth a second look. In fact, many of the reasons that caused people to avoid this material in the past are no longer even a consideration.

Mike Nakhel Flooring knows that you take your floors, and floor coverings, seriously, so we do too. In fact, since 1998, we have strived for complete customer satisfaction, no matter what the product. We are happy to serve the areas of Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, St. Augustine, Fernandina Beach and Orange Park, with a showroom in Jacksonville, FL. We would love for you to stop by for a visit and see our flooring choices for yourself. A qualified flooring professional will be standing by to assist you.
Nylon is by far one of the most popular fiber choices, as it is durable and covers most of the needs of homeowners and their families. Polyester is a close runner-up, and in some cases, more desirable than nylon is. It’s also durable and can stand up to high traffic, stains, crushing and more.

Stains are a major concern when it comes to carpet. In fact, some homeowners simply refuse to consider it for this very reason. If that sounds like you, you’ll be pleased to know that many brands now offer stain protection, right from the manufacturer.
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Carpet isn’t what it use to be

Carpet, just like every other floor covering on the market, has certain pros and cons that are associated with it. The question is, which ones will come out in your favor? There are certain things you’ll need to know about this material in order to make an educated decision, and that’s where we come in. Because we’re going to tell you some key components of this floor covering.

The first thing you’ll need to be concerned with is the fiber makeup. For instance, wool is an all-natural fiber, it is beautiful and has design schemes that are hard to match. However, it simply isn’t the right choice for homes that have extremely high foot traffic or stand a good chance of being wet, even part of the time. It’s best suited for low-traffic, dry areas where style is still important.

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