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"After nearly 18 years in the industry of designing and redesigning showrooms, we've developed a blueprint for the perfect showroom that inspires the senses. My secret satisfaction? The often audible gasp that we hear when a client enters our showroom for the first time.

With a love of travel, I'm constantly on the road to find the best products and solutions for flooring; not to mention, inspiration. We pride ourselves on having the best and most diverse selection of product, from bold and modern to clean and classic. No two trips to KPM flooring are the same.

The dream of running this business is made all the more possible by building a team who shares in the vision. We help our clients invest their time and money wisely while also inspiring great design and excitement. At KPM we listen to what our clients want, ask the right questions, and guide our clients to make the best decisions. From there, our top-of-the-line installers work to ensure the highest quality installation standards.

KPM is a reflection of who we are: creative, colorful, dedicated, cutting-edge, problem-solver, loyal, family-oriented, community driven, and grateful to enjoy this ride alongside so many amazing people.

We look forward to getting to know you and helping you design the home of your dreams." - Kathleen

FOUNDER & President

About Kathleen Mayers

kathleen@KPMflooring.com
843-342-4955

Thom Biondo

Michael and his wife, Tammy, moved to Hilton Head Island in 2014 from Ohio. Having spent many years as a as a line leader and forklift driver  for Sauder Woodworking, Michael and Tammy were looking for a fresh start in life and a wonderful place to retire. The Lowcountry was a perfect fit; and it didn't take long for Kathleen to talk Michael out of retirement and join KPM.

A lover of the beach and also a Steelers fan, Michael and Tammy enjoy finding new places to explore in the Lowcountry. Most recently they spent the day on Daufuskie Island and loved learning the expansive history of the area and visiting the historical sites.

Michael has two adult sons, one in the Marines and one in the Navy; both are married and have three amazing kids between them. One of Michael's greatest joys (other than coming to work, of course) is spending time with his family.

Michael Olmstead

Originally from Murray, KY, Jon attended Murray State University. He worked 10 years in the golf industry (it’s not hard to get him to participate in local charity golf tournaments for KPM) and has worked 12 years in the flooring industry here on the island.

Jon moved to Hilton Head in 1995 and is married with two teenage daughters. He enjoys spending time with the kids and two dogs; play tennis; kayaking and other outdoor activities.

Kathleen first met Jon when he coached his oldest child and her oldest, Emma, in the 4 year old soccer league (who’s a senior in high school now!). He is still “coach Jon” to the Mayers family.

Jon is indeed the quintessential southern gentleman -  hard working and dedicated. We are so lucky to have Jon on Team KPM.

A native of Long Island, NY, Thom brings a wealth of experience to the KPM team. An alumni of University of South Carolina Beaufort, he lived in Rocky Mountain states for 6 years and California for 10 years. He held a variety of jobs, including a bellman and a seismologist,
 before becoming a professional in the flooring business.

Thom moved to Hilton Head in 1997. He loves the outdoors and music of all kinds. When not in the office, Thom loves to ski, hike, and cycle. He’s a world-traveler and always entertaining clients with his stories and experiences from travels.

Thom shares the love of Bruce Springsteen with Kathleen, and brings the energy to the KPM team. He finds working at KPM is always interesting as each week brings new projects and diverse challenges to complete. He appreciates the many returning customers loyalty for their new homes or renovation projects.

Jon Muehleman

meet The team

THOM@KPMFLOORING.COM
843.681.1568

MICHAEL@KPMFLOORING.COM
843.837.8376

JON@KPMFLOORING.COM
843.681.1567

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