Best 30 Flooring in Charlotte, North Carolina with Reviews - YP.com

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10/07/2010
By: jjohn90
Carpet South Design Inc.
There is almost no claims that Stan Asher made in his review that are true. I will address them one by one.First, Mr. Asher claims that the installers that came to install for him were installing for the first time. This is just completely untrue. The name of the installer is Moises. Moises did the complete install for Chima Restaurant downtown, (4) four QDoba Restaurants, and RuSan Restaurant just to name a few. Moises is a well seasoned installer. Mr. Asher knows that the issues that he had with the carpet were a manufacturers issue, and that the manufacturer confirmed that fact and paid for the reinstall. Second, Mr. Asher claims that we used staples to tack the carpet down the carpet. The truth is that we only used staples to secure carpet on the steps. This is the accepted method to install carpet on steps. Third, Mr. Asher claims that we recommended this carpet to him. Mr. Asher knows that this is a complete distortion of the truth. When we were introduced to Mr. Asher, he had already gotten a bid from another company for $6,000.00 to do the same job and he presented us with the carpet that the other company had given him. We got the exact same carpet and presented him with the color pallet to choose his color, and to choose the particular quality of carpet as this carpet comes in (3) three quality levels, Base, 20oz and 26oz. Based on price, Mr. Asher chose the 20oz carpet. We never recommended this carpet nor would we. This carpet is made to be installed with no seams and in very low traffic areas. We attempted to get Mr. Asher to get a higher quality carpet and he personally refused based on cost. We installed this carpet for $4300.00...the same job that the other company had quoted $6000.00. We did this job at our cost (and eventual loss) because we do ongoing business with someone from his congregation. Mr. Asher signed off on the job when we were finished and was completely aware of the customary (1) one year warranty. I personally spoke with Stan on 4 different occasions. His assertions that my employees shielded me from him is completely untrue. In addition, we have even offered to apply the entire cost of this job to redo the job with an appropriate carpet. Carpet South is a 15+ year old company with a extensive experience in the commercial flooring and residential flooring arena. We are now and have always been willing to work with Mr. Asher with in reason. Our offer to apply that money to a new job with the appropriate carpet stands.Jim Johnson President Carpet South Design Inc.
09/29/2016
By: Jason S.
Netfloor USA Cable Management Access Floor Systems
Really nice people but a little slow. They said they are just really busy. Not a big deal because we had a lot of time for our project. But they treat you real nice and have good customer service. We're just a small company but they did a real nice job.
04/08/2013
By: hstark
Scott's Sanding Svc
This company is great. They arrived on time and worked the entire time. When the color did not meet my expectations they sanded it all down and started over at no extra charge. I highly recommend Scott and his team.
05/26/2013
By: paddyn.curran
Scott's Sanding Svc
Wonderful business ethic, Scott really stands behind his work. Scott cares more about customer satisfaction than just getting paid. My floor is wonderful again, very happy, great work. Carol from Monroe.
04/04/2013
By: customer28152
Flooring Innovations
Flooring Innovations was the Best! they had the best prices 1/2 of lowes home depot or empire. They came right to my house and sold me a great product at the best price highly recommended
05/26/2011
By: maxwell_v
All Flooring Solutions Inc
Professional, quick, dependable and affordable. I am very satisfied.
01/02/2014
By: angelia
Scott's Sanding Svc
Great Work and Craftsmanship!!!
Tips & Advices
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