WHETHER YOU’RE LOOKING TO SPRUCE-UP YOUR KITCHEN, REMODEL YOUR BATHROOM, OR SIMPLY EXTEND YOUR LIVING SPACE TO THE OUTDOORS, EXPERTS AT J&J CARPET ONE FLOOR AND HOME HAVE EVERYTHING COVERED FROM TOP TO BOTTOM.
“Inspiration is what it’s all about,” says Merritt Island native and store owner Jeff Kidd.
Serving Brevard County for over 30 years, J&J Carpet One offers a variety of flooring types, including waterproof luxury vinyl plank. Throughout the past several years, J&J has expanded their services and advanced into a design and renovation business. With a team of well experienced designers, and various options for cabinets, backsplashes and countertops, J&J can create custom kitchens and bathrooms curated to your style.
“I wouldn’t be where I am without my amazing team,” Kidd says. “Every day I see their passion and drive to help clients create their dream living spaces.”
Kidd shares that his installers are also dedicated to customer satisfaction, exhibiting pride in their workmanship. He couldn’t be more thankful for having such a talented staff.
ONE OF THE THINGS THAT SETS J&J CARPET ONE FLOOR AND HOME APART FROM THE REST IS THAT IT’S THE MAIN DISTRIBUTOR OF AMISH CABINETS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
“Kemp Custom Amish Cabinets is a one-of-a-kind cabinet company located in southern Indiana,” Kidd says. “Their finishing process is at the industry’s highest quality, using a catalyzed baked finish. What this means is that after finishing, the cabinetry goes through an oven to give the best final product available.”
Kemp Cabinets offer cherry, maple, knotty alder, hickory, oak and quarter sawn oak cabinets, as well as, custom color choices and stains. When it comes to choosing granite or quartz countertops, J&J Carpet One Floor and Home makes it a point to educate customers on the best fit for them.
“Choosing granite versus quartz is a personal preference and all factors including cost, characteristics and maintenance should be considered to ensure the best product is used for the project,” Kidd explains.
Granite is natural stone mined from quarries all around the world, cut into slabs, transported, and polished. Quartz countertops are a man-made product using 95 percent natural quartz crystals which are mined, ground, and polished into small grains, then added to polymer resins, pressed, and baked in ovens producing quartz slabs in a variety of colors and designs.