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08/21/2012
By: dogwatchnm
Carpet Source
There were a few reasons why I chose this company out of all the others in Albuquerque. The numerous positive reviews, however, commanded a lot of attention. Unfortunately, this turned out to be another one of those companies that gives business in New Mexico a bad name.I arranged a month in advance for the installation, as this is the lead-time I need to get away from work. Don was helpful on the front-end, helping me to choose the carpeting.On the morning of the installation, I get a call from the installer--not Carpet Source--telling me he couldn't make it and that someone else would be found.It took the better part of the day trying to get this confirmed, yet at no point did Carpet Source phone me. Instead, I called them no less than four times, looking for assurance that this job would get done on this day. I was even told at 9:00 am that Don would phone me, but that never happened.Fearing that this wouldn't get done in the course of a day--and knowing it would be another month before I could take a day off--I literally pulled all the old carpet, matting, and glue myself (at no cost savings to me, mind you) and put it in the driveway. It was back-breaking, but I didn't want to risk having the installer come late in the day and end up doing a lousy job, as he might be tired or wanting to go home.Over the course of the day, I was told the installer would be here by 3:00. Come 4:30 PM, no installer. More calls to the company ...Anyhow, the installer eventually arrived, but it was awkward for both of us. I was mad, yet he and I both noted this had nothing to do with him. They did a good job. Through it all, Carpet Source has never called to check-in or to acknowldedge their role or responsibility in all of this. Simply amazing. What really made this painful was the next door neighbors were having flooring done on this same day. Their crew arrived on time and they were completed and gone before my installer ever arrived.So, $4000 for carpet, a day of lost wages, 2 Advil to treat back pain, and the cost of boarding the dogs (what started out being for a day, but turned into an overnight stay). At least it's done, albeit into the evening. All I know is that if I ran my business like this, I would be out of business.
12/19/2016
By: Daniel P.
Aberdeen Flooring
Aberdeen Floors was extremely responsive when I called them for a floating floor installation. I got four bids, theirs was not the lowest but was very detailed with the materials and showed options. When the job started, installers were professional, hard working, cleaned up after themselves every day, the installation process was totally stress free. The new floor is beautiful and flawless, these guys are awesome !
10/12/2012
By: doveduo
Rebel Wood Floor Maintenance Co
If your hardwood floor is in bad need of an extreme makeover, then you MUST contact Rebel Wood Floor Maintenance. These experts are prompt, professional, affordable and just plain good people! In a very short period of time, they transformed the hardwood floors throughout my house from dull and beat-up to glowing and gorgeous! They are, hands down, THE BEST!
07/03/2014
By: V A.
Carpet Direct
CARPET DIRECT IS THE MOST KNOWLEDGEABLE FLOORING CO. IN ALBQ., NM. THEY NOT ONLY HAVE THE NOT ONLY HAVE THE BEST PRICES IN ALBUQ. BUT THEY WILL HELP YOU WITH ALL THE MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT BUYING ANY TYPE OF FLOORING MATERIAL...AND REMEMBER THAT THE CUSTOMER IS THE MIDDLE MAN...THANK YOU...CARPET DIRECT FOR ALL YOUR KNOWLEDGE...CA...
09/03/2012
By: montybahl
Carpet Source
Though carpets are basically elegant and classic to look at, fitting them can be such a hassle. but the people at carpet source were quite efficient in their installation
11/16/2016
By: Tom D.
ProSource of Albuquerque
I have used ProSource for my counter tops, flooring and backslash. They have been great every time and I highly recommend them.
Tips & Advices
In most states, contractors are required to have a license before taking a job. Some states also require registration. To be licensed, contractors must pass an exam and meet certain qualifications that prove he or she is a competent flooring contractor. Registration is simply a list of who will be performing a job.
The time it takes to install flooring depends on the type of flooring and the size of the room or rooms involved in the project. In one day, a typical contractor can usually install up to 2,000 square feet of carpet, 600 square feet of hardwood or laminate, or 400 square feet of tile or stone.
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Legally, insurance is not necessary, but it's a good idea for flooring contractors to have it. When hiring a flooring contractor, ask whether the business is insured. If it's not, consider that a red flag.
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