All American Flooring Inc in Frisco, TX with Reviews - YP.com
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09/02/2014
By: Martell D.
All American Flooring
They have a great selection of hardwood and carpet. We remodeled our entire home and we used them for our flooring and our master bathroom shower. Pricing was the lowest we found and the installers did good job.
11/22/2012
By: marcn799
J & H Family Floors
Great work by these guys. Add them to your list of places to call because you'll find they have a lot to offer.
10/15/2012
By: 75sheila
J & H Family Floors
Their service was great. We recommend John highly. He has all the right answers and is very knowledgeable. We felt comfortable and he was very open with us.
09/25/2012
By: craigca78
J & H Family Floors
John and J&H Floors did an outstanding job tiling my kitchen. I highly recommend them!
09/06/2012
By: li1aaa
J & H Family Floors
They do a great job and I would recommend them to anyone because they stand behind their work!
08/22/2012
By: kathyscoff
J & H Family Floors
The work was done in a short time and all in a very quality manner. They were all nice to work with from the workers to the boss. They even cleaned up very well. Not to mention the floor looks great!
Tips & Advices
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