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By: Bonnie F.
Front Range Storage Solutions
We met this company and Blaine, its sales manager, last year at an expo show. We were in the market for epoxying our garage floor, but just took a card at the time because we wouldn't be able to do much until this year because of some work problems last fall. Well, when we were ready, we took a very nice no-pressure estimate from Blaine. We were just planning on doing the floor, but were pleasantly surprised at how inexpensive revamping a couple of upstairs closets were, too. Well, we went with the garage floor and two freedom rail closets (so cool!), and the job went smoothly and quickly (once the ordered pieces had arrived). The results are spectacular!! We love the new look, and the freedom rail system is very convenient. Thanks, Blaine!
By: Carroll L.
Front Range Storage Solutions
I had an idea to make a cool pantry in an unused area of our dining room, and my husband found this company. We went together to their 'design center' and met with Blaine, and he was very nice and helped us put together something with a product called Freedom Rail. The install went well, and I love my new pantry--it's exactly what I wanted!! These guys had so many other cool things they can do, too. We might contact them later for some closets, and my husband wants to set up storage in the garage. Thanks, Front Range Storage Solutions!
By: Elias A.
Front Range Storage Solutions
My wife and I highly recommend this company!! Our master bedroom's closet was small and we were having some problems holding everything we wanted in there. I called Front Range Storage Solutions and Blaine came out. Within a few minutes, he had measured the area, made a design on his computer, and gave us a free estimate. Last week, we had the new system delivered and installed (great install crew, btw!) and we LOVE it!! The freedom rail design is very sturdy and makes use of every bit of space--we couldn't be happier!
By: Daveshay G.
IQ Floors
Very happy with the service and selection of Schluter shower and floor heat systems that iQ had for my DIY master bath remodel project. Janelle was very knowledgable on all of the various parts and pieces, was very responsive in getting price quotes (beat the big box stores) and keeping me posted on arrival of my parts for pick up. Reagan even delivered some oversized sheets to our house because they would not fit in our SUV. The showroom is very clean and organized and the iQ Team was very friendly and helpful.
By: Adam R.
Front Range Storage Solutions
When we found Front Range Storage Solutions and learned that they were affiliated with Front Range Exteriors, we knew that they were a reputable company, since we were so happy with the work that exteriors did back in 2014. We received an estimate for refinishing and coating our basement floor (it was an unfinished basement we were renovating), had a fun time designing the color/flake combo, and the installation was fantastic! Highly recommend.
By: Dianna M.
Front Range Storage Solutions
This was a very enjoyable, efficient, and professional process! We ended up with the closet I dreamt about ever since we bought the house a few years ago. My husband and I ended up going with an entire Organized Living Classica renovation, and it's just amazing! Blaine was very professional and fun to work with, and patient--I changed my mind 3 times! The install team was clean and worked quickly, and the results were gorgeous! Love it all!
By: Julio K.
Front Range Storage Solutions
I initially called this company to come out and estimate refinishing and applying an epoxy coat to my garage floor. The salesman also showed me some products from 'organized living' and their garage storage system was so cool (and the price was decent) that I had them install some cabinets and work areas as well. The finished product was beautiful and practical. I love it. Very good company.
By: Douglas R.
Front Range Storage Solutions
We were very pleased with the results and the process of installing some new custom closets in the upper bedrooms with this company. The estimate was interesting, the little showroom was cool to look at, and the actual installation of what we designed with Blaine ended up great. We'll be getting a paint estimate for the house from their sister company soon too (Front Range Exteriors).
By: Joshua F.
Front Range Storage Solutions
My wife wanted to set up an organizing system in her walk-in closet, so found this company. We went to their little showroom and created some designs with the sales manager there, ultimately going with renovating her closet with the organized living "Classica." The workers were very skilled, and everything turned out great, and my wife is very happy. Good company.
By: Donna O.
Front Range Storage Solutions
Beautiful garage floor coating. My husband found some stuff about this on Youtube and got a bug to redo the garage, researching lots of finishes and the few companies available here to do it, and it looked like Front Range Storage Solutions put the most attention into prep work, grinding, and so on. They did a great job, and the new garage floor is amazing!
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