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By: Rene G.
Restoration Flooring
I had a last minute job to refinish stairs. They came through with flying colors and they look beautiful! Reasonable pricing too!
By: Andrew R.
Just Floors
I have used Just Floors for years. The service and pricing is always exceptional! Recently I had them install outdoor carpet in my garage. It has never looked as good.
By: James S.
Floor Care Concepts
One of their company trucks was tailgating in a construction zone and flipped off another car. Extremely disappointing!
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By: Paul H.
Complete Flooring & Interiors
We hired a builder Emry Custom Homes to renovate our house. builder sub contracted Complete Flooring to provide flooring in our house. Although we paid our contractor for flooring, the flooring was not fully installed. According to Complete Flooring our contractor never paid them for the flooring. According to Michigan lien law, home owners are protected from paying twice in instances like these. Complete Flooring apparently disagrees with Michigan Law and has inappropriately filed a lien on my house and demanding we pay twice for our flooring. Based on their questionable business ethics with me I do not recommend using this company.
By: Julie C.
Complete Flooring & Interiors
We had a very frustrating experience with Complete Flooring & Interiors. We ordered over 1000 sq ft of hardwood flooring from them. They made 2 assertions to us during the sale process that affected us negatively. The first was when we ordered the product, our salesperson told us it would be 2 weeks for the product to come in....since this wasn't a special order, it would be pretty straight-forward, we were just ordering wood off the shelf. After we put down our non-refundable 50% deposit, we were told it would be 5 weeks. We would not have placed the order had we known that since we had a specific time-frame to complete the project. We specifically didn't order special order wood to get the 2 week delivery timing, but they waited until after the order was placed to communicate to us.The second was when we placed the order, our salesperson told us we had to have a minimum of 5 boxes to do a return, so if we were close on the square footage, to order a bit more to allow for a return. We did just that, and finished the project with 6 boxes. It wasn't until we came back with our return that we were told the return had to be approved and accepted by the mill....which it wasn't. Even our receipt from Complete Flooring & Interiors stated returns just needed to be made within 30 days. Had it at all been communicated to us that returns were not assured, we wouldn't have taken the risk. We would've ordered what we needed and then ordered more if the project had gone over estimate.Communication was lacking. We should have been informed of the correct delivery time frame BEFORE we put our deposit down, and we should have been informed of the actual return policies BEFORE they told us to order extra wood. We would have been better off ordering from an online source.I have emailed the company this feedback, and let them know that I am willing to change my review if we ever get a response from them with an attempt to make this right.
By: Jon H.
Dougs Hardwood Flooring
Simply don't use them. They were hired to fix the floors in my home. They did a worse job that I could have done myself, they gouged my floors, they sanded the floor so much in some spots that it is level with not lines, and they scuffed up my walls. A DIY can do a better job.
Tips & Advices
Newly repaired carpet should be left alone for a few days so that any adhesives applied can settle. After this time the carpet can be used and cleaned as usual.
In some cases this is necessary, but not all. Many professional repair services can acquire and provide the new carpeting patch, but for an additional fee. It is possible to remove a patch of carpet from an area not normally visible, like inside a closet or under a large piece of furniture, and then use that to repair or replace a problem area.
There is no limit to how big a patch can be. However, the larger the patch, the more noticeable it will be because it isn’t the original carpet. Use discretion in determining if a carpet area should be patched or if the entire carpet should be replaced altogether.
  • Vacuuming frequently, especially in high-traffic areas like stairwells and hallways.
  • Cleaning stains as quickly as possible – the longer a stain rests, the more permanent the damage becomes.
  • Cleaning stains efficiently – do not scrub the stain but blot it, and use mostly water-based products to remove any residual staining.
  • Placing mats in places like doorways to prevent dirt and moisture from entering the carpet.
  • Get a professional, machined deep clean every 12-18 months.
Wrinkles or waves can develop due to poor installation, excessive water damage, and general wear and tear over long periods of time.

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