Detroit Metro Area Carpet & Flooring Yellow Pages BY YP

9 Carpet & Flooring listings found in Detroit Metro Area

Carpet, tile & hardwood floors - Save time with in-home appointments
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Carpet, tile & hardwood floors - Save time with in-home appointments
Call for service in Detroit Metro Area
Carpet, tile & hardwood floors - Save time with in-home appointments
Call for service in Detroit Metro Area
Local Carpet Retailers. - Call Us in Ann Arbor, MI Today.
Use a telephone to call (888) 298-7806 4040 Varsity Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
The leader in flooring/carpet! - Call for an in-home estimates.
Use a telephone to call (888) 384-5978 Call for service in Detroit Metro Area
Find the right floor covering. - We can help you! Give us a call.
Use a telephone to call (866) 899-9852 1224 South Main, Royal Oak, MI 48067
Many different kinds of Carpet to - make your home beautiful. Call Main
Use a telephone to call (866) 833-3039 1224 South Main, Royal Oak, MI 48067
The Leader In Flooring/Carpet! - Call For An In-Home Estimate!
Use a telephone to call (866) 318-4007 Call for service in Detroit Metro Area
You need new hardwood flooring you - need to call Main Floor Covering!
Use a telephone to call (866) 221-0792 1224 South Main, Royal Oak, MI 48067
Detroit Metro Area
Detroit, Michigan was founded in 1701 by the Frenchman Antoine de Cadillac. Recently popularized by the 1989 Michael Moore movie, "Roger and Me"— Motor City is definitely on the upswing. GM, Ford and other supporting companies all call this town their home. Truly Detroit was once the world's automotive center but now runs second place to Japanese competitors. It still however plays an important role for its source of popular music and other cultural influences. Of course, the Detroit heyday was in the 1950's and it has gradually declined in importance since then. Detroit's population nears 1M and during the 50's it was the 4th largest city in the US. Remember, lots of cars were being pumped out of the steel mills in those days and Detroit was the center of it all. The name Detroit often is used to refer to the larger metro Detroit area, a sprawling land area with a population of roughly 4.5M. Popular neighborhoods include: Midtown, Sherwood Forest, Lafayette Park, Eastern Market, New Center, Palmer Woods, and Green Acres.