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03/22/2017
By: Al I.
Floor & Decor
Purchased bamboo wood floors from here and they shrank. The manufacturer came out and said the product was inappropriate for our market and should never have been sold to us. This store just took the position....too bad, you should have somehow known better. Be very careful if you buy from this place, they don't stand behind what they sell and will clearly sell you anything....even wood that is not suited for dry climates.
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03/10/2016
By: Aaron H.
Platinum Floors
First Class Experience. Custom flooring beyond compare. Great Showroom, as well! Every type of floor covering is offered here.
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03/20/2015
By: Mike S.
Quality Floors 4 Less
We are totally satisfied with the overall experience with Quality floors 4 less. Having been extremely cautious for several years, we finally selected this company. They were highly professional and kept all agreements perfectly in timing and quality. The installation crew were outstanding professionals and consulted with us as the job progressed including the finishing touches. We have not found one item to call them back. The floor is magnificently beautiful. We could not be more satisfied.
04/20/2014
By: Jen F.
Sharp Wood Floors
Mike came to our home to brighten up our hardwood floors - they were dull and dented in areas. He did his dustless sanding (or dustless buffing?) and then put a nice top coat. It is gorgeous! My husband was not worried, but I was concerned our hardwood floors were just TOO OLD, but they are not because they are now BRAND NEW! I have already referred Sharp to my sister, my employees, and my dentist (really!!!). To top it off, Mike left our living room spotless....such a courteous, professional gentleman.Everyone - Sharp Wood Floors scottsdale --- call Mike!!
04/04/2014
By: Margaret C.
Quality Floors 4 Less
We just had our floors done by Quality Floors 4 Less and they did a wonderful job.The crew putting in the floors were excellent and were a really great bunch of guys .Our entire experience with this company was really great and I highly recommend them.
01/09/2014
By: ymary898
Floorcraft LLC
Your wonderful installer just left and we now have a gorgeous new kitchen floor! We want to thank you for making the entire process not just painless but even enjoyable. From the minute we came to the showroom, you made us feel welcome. You listened to our needs, and then showed us a great varity of flooring that was within our budget. Scheduling the installation was easy, and we got to have our new floor within a week of first coming in. Great service all the way around. Thanks again. We won't hesitate to come to Floorcraft again, nor to recommend you to our friends.
09/27/2012
By: a.s.reno
Floorcraft LLC
I love my new hardwood floors! Floorcraft did a beautiful job and I highly recommend their work!
08/29/2012
By: bryanr.preston
Flooring Solutions
These guys are fast,curtious, knowledgeable and prompt.!!! Jason knows his stuff when it comes to florring !!
04/19/2011
By: haroldc
Quality Floors 4 Less
Very quick and smooth transaction from start to finish. The name says it all. The flooring is top quality, and installation was professional. Based on my experience, I highly recommend this business to anyone in the market for new flooring.
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