6710 SW 111th
Beaverton, Or. 97008
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Floors are becoming more of a focal point in interior design. Carpet can provide a great expanse of color and visual interest. Today's styles take full advantage of the design opportunities that carpet offers.
Textured carpet offers exciting alternatives in decorating. Tightly twisted yarns, multi-level loops, and sculpted piles create a wide variety of textured designs. Combined with your soft or textured fabrics, carpet can add soothing comfort to your home.

Patterned carpets continue to flourish in today's home decor. Diversity in home design patterns, from the carpet and wall coverings to the furniture and window coverings, create one of the most popular trends. Floral and geometric patterns are often coordinated in single rooms to create interest. Monochromatic patterned carpets are especially popular and provide a soft contrast to other colors in the room.

At Koeber's we help you make the perfect selection for the areas you want to cover. Style of yarn, fiber content, twist of yarn and pad selection are just a few of the items to consider. We have hourly employees to help you, no need to worry about a salesperson trying to get the best commission. A expert installer, not a salesperson, will do a in home measurement. Carpeting will be installed by a employee of Koeber's with years of experience.

We can finish the project by delivering new furniture and installing window treatments.

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Our mission is to exceed our customer expectations through superior customer service, quality products and commitment to service.
Customer have asked for information about Indoor air quality in the home. Here are some links with some helpful information.

The Facts about Carpet and Indoor Air Quality

What are CRI green labels ?

Top Houseplants for Improving Indoor Air Quality

EPA   (Good information but some is outdated)