I need good, durable, long lasting pad to protect my floors and my rugs…here in Citrus County, Hernando County, Pasco County & Beyond…

Rug Pads

The right type of pad underneath your rug provides many benefits from keeping it from slipping on the floor or buckling, to acting as a “shock absorber” for foot traffic to lessen the wear on the rug’s fibers.  These are the best pads for your rugs (and for your floors too).

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PAD RECOMMENDATIONS

Rubber Anchor (“Gripper”) Pad  (rugs on smooth, hard floors):  Linoleum, Tile, Pergo, and some Hardwood.” (Thickness of pad = 3/32 inch)

Durahold Pad  (rugs on uneven and some smooth hard floors):  Mexican and Ceramic Tile, Concrete, Brick, Marble, and all Hardwood.*  This also works rather well over installed sisal and seagrass flooring.  Has a 10 year performance warranty by manufacturer.  (Thickness of pad = 1/4 inch.) (*–> The National Hardwood Association recommends Durahold Pad as the best pad to allow wood floors to “breathe” and keep a more consistent color tone in all areas.)

No-Muv Pad (larger rugs on soft floors):  All carpeting.  Has a 10 year performance warranty by manufacturer.  (Thickness of pad is 3/8 inch.)  Rugs are meant to be placed on HARD surfaces, so pads are important to prevent damage to rugs from heavy furniture poking through them.

Sticky Pad  (small rugs on soft floors with NO furniture):  All carpeting.  These pads are sold in most home improvement stores.  It is sticky on both sides and “holds” the rug flat on the carpeting.  It does not protect from wear, but it does keep you from tripping on the rug.  It also provides a barrier in case you worry your rug will discolor the carpeting underneath.

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Your local IICRC (CleanTrust) Certified Firm, Textile Pro Certified and family-owned business in the Nature Coast & Tampa Bay area is Nature Coast Rug Cleaning by Apex Floor & Furniture Care.

We clean and care for rugs around the world, helping you protect your investments!

Ron & Jackie Wood, MTC (Master Textile Cleaners)

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About Floor and Rug Care 101

Ron and Jackie have owned their family business, Apex Floor and Furniture Care since 1983, adding two divisions to their company known as "The Carpet Repair Dr" & "Nature Coast Rug Cleaning". They are ecstatic that they have been able to bring peace of mind to thousands of customers by providing solutions for the care of their floors, rugs and furnishings. Ron's passion is to help them protect their investments and save them money, while Jackie's passion is to support her husband daily in their business, as well as helping women feel great about their homes, making them fresher, cleaner and healthier for their families. They hold the highest designations in their industry and are certified in many areas of cleaning, repair and restoration services for all types of floors, carpet, rugs and furnishings, specializing in high-end oriental rug & fine fabric cleaning, repair, care and restoration, helping to restore those important, valuable and sentimental items that may get damaged in an unfortunate water damage disaster, as well as whole house odor removal of smoke and pet urine contamination. They are an IICRC Certified Firm, Textile Pro Certified Fine Fabric & Rug Experts, and are a WoolSafe(R) Approved Service Provider, helping you to protect your investments. One of the most important things they do for their customers during a disaster is to help keep things as calm and convenient for them as possible. They realize it's a stressful time, but with their knowledge and expertise, they are able to walk the customer through from start to finish with a very calm, informed and helpful manner. Getting them back into pre-loss condition as easily and quickly as possible. They have been awarded the "Best of Tampa Bay" in their industry since 6/2009 for their services, and have provided this BLOG to help assist others in taking great care of their floors, rugs and furnishings.
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