Coyle Carpet One is locally owned and operated. We are your neighbors. You can expect integrity, the very best person service, value and warranties. We offer expertise on so many levels. Our sales professionals are trained to help you coordinate and create exciting solutions. Trust our advice to give your home the personalized look you want. With the largest selection of carpet, hardwood, laminate, tile vinyl, area rugs and more- you’ll always find the best products and great savings. The addition of cabinets and countertops to our product mix gives you the ability to “one stop shop.” Discover the inspiration our products offer.
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Coyle Carpet One FAQ
Q: How can I avoid permanent indentations in my carpet?
Your carpet pile may compress due to heavy foot traffic or weight of furniture. Rotating furniture may help reduce indentations. You can work the pile back into place with the edge of a coin. Sometimes, passing a hot steam iron over the spot can also help, but keep the iron at least four inches above the carpet.
Q: Help! I spilled _________ on my carpet. How do I get it out?
The best cure for a spill is fast response. For some tips go to: http://www.carpetone.com/FlooringInformation/CareMaintenance/Carpet/StainRemovalChart/aspx
Q: Does laminate flooring stand up to heavy traffic?
Yes. Space age technology and finishes are used in the manufacturing of our laminate floors. Laminates consist of a plastic surface that has been adhered to a dense wood core and a synthetic backing material. The construction is designed to stand up to the daily wear and tear of your busy home.
Q: Is it necessary to use a sealant on the new tile?
Since ceramic tile is a natural, environmentally friendly product that resists water, it is not necessary to seal glazed or unglazed tiles. During grouting, your installer may use a temporary sealer to protect the tile from the grout but this is removed after that process is completed. Natural stone products are porous, however, and will need to be protected.
Q: What changes will I see in my hardwood floor over the years?
Wood is a natural product and will react to changes in its environment. The cure is to minimize humidity changes. A constant humidity of 50% with a temperature of 69-70 degrees F will lend stability to your floor. Direct sunlight can affect color, so it’s a good idea to move area rugs and furniture periodically to allow for even color changes. Remember, hardwood is a natural product and develops a warm, beautifully aged patina over the years when given proper care.
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