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It went well. The floors looked good when finished. There was more dust than I expected. We do have some shifting of boards after 1 year. I have not contacted them yet to see if anything can be done.
- Louise H.

was very professional and flexible in scheduling our initial consultation.
, who is
's refinisher contacted me right away to come by the house and scope out the work. He was very professional and knowledgeable in explaining the process and details involved. The actual cost came in slightly under the quote (always a nice surprise), and our floors look absolutely amazing. The floors had water damaged and severely faded areas, and after
's refinish they look brand new. I had a wonderful experience with
and will definitely use them again.
- Angela E.

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I received several quotes for refinishing my floors, some high and some low. Ultimately I went with the provider that understood my needs and was available when needed.
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was very nice and professional throughout the entire process. During the estimate we walked through all of the problem areas and discussed all of my options. He noticed a section of my floors that were no longer properly glued to the subfloor and therefore created a popping sound when walking across them. He provided me with the option of replacing that section of flooring or repairing it by creating small holes in the floor to insert glue underneath the floors. Because the holes would be barely visible and honestly because it was more economical I chose to go the route of repair. In addition there was also a water spot near the bathroom entrance that I wanted replaced. Because I picked the repair option for the other section of the floors there was a slight mis-communication on how I wanted the water spot to be addressed. In the end we decided to go the route of replacing both the water section and the area where the floors had become unglued. Even with changing course in the middle of the project
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was still able to complete the project on time. He also replaced and stained all of the shoe molding (correct term?) to match my new floors. I had just had my bathroom re-tiled and unfortunately that contractor had left caulking all around my baseboards. I needed something to cover that up and I briefly mentioned this during the estimate but we never fully discussed in detail.
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went above and beyond by also adding shoe molding in my bathroom.
I love my floors and I am now scared to put anything on them because they look so great. I would definitely recommend
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to anyone and I will use them in the future as needed. Thank you so much
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- Sharee T.

I found P&Q Flooring on Angie's List and contacted them for an estimate. The estimator came out a few days later, took measurements and gave us a quote. The price was the lowest of all the quotes we received and P&Q was A-rated on Angie's List, so we chose them. Thanks to a cancellation, they were available to start installation on the following business day. I went to Floor and Decor and bought the tile. P&Q picked it up on the way to the house (very helpful, since it saved the cost of delivery). It took the installers three days to remove the old floor, install the tile and put on the grout. They did a great job - everything is very neat. P&Q sent a separate crew to install the carpet (which I'd picked up at Lowe's). The carpet installers also did an excellent job.

This was supposed to be a relatively
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straight-forward replacement of a kitchen floor from composite wood to tile. At the onset we were told to expect the project to begin on Monday and conclude on Friday or Saturday, for a total of 5-6 days, instead, it took 36 days. Here are some of the issues observed: - The workmanship was shoddy. The actions of one group did not anticipate or take into account the next step of the process. It is not a surprise that transitions need to be placed when laying tile, but the actions taken by the workers laying the tile prevented a satisfactory answer to address the transitions. - The cement used to place the tile was splattered on cabinets and wallpaper 18 inches above the floor; see picture below. I guess because the wall was next to the refrigerator, they didn't think it was important to use care. Grout was walked into other existing floor surfaces and were never addressed satisfactorily. - The sales person told us that we had their "D" team (meaning 4th tier) working in our home and said that they only use their "A" and "B" teams for higher-end installations in more expensive homes. Really! Insulting and demeaning! - It was a complete surprise when workers showed up to our home. Sometimes they arrived at 10:30A; sometimes they arrived at 5:45P. We never knew when they would be coming, despite my continued requests to have some notice. - Workers did not have the proper tools to do the tile installation and repeatedly borrowed tools from us. - Workers were incredibly sloppy! At the end of the day, they left grapefruit-size red stains on every other piece of the newly installed appeared to be from a beverage can. Coffee stains were all over the floor as well. They left their fast-food lunch wrappers on the ground outside the garage, cigarette butts all over the place and spilled construction materials through-out the garage. - When an insufficient amount of grout was ordered, and the project grounded to a stop because of it. The additional grout was order via freight shipment (not expedited...via UPS or FedEx). When it arrived at the warehouse for delivery (on Day 11 of the project), there was no one there to receive it and we went another week....still without use of the kitchen or laundry facilities. - On Day 18 of the project, the sales manager told us in writing that he was "looking at early next week" for the transitions and shoemolding to be placed. NOTHING text, no e-mail, no phone call..... - On Day 27, I sent an e-mail to the sales manager indicating that there had been a significant inconvenience factor and we needed to bring the job to a satisfactory conclusion. I put the manager on notice that every day past Day 34 (so I gave him another 7 days to complete the job) would result in a deduction of $100 from our bill. - At different times through the project, I received updated invoices for work for which we had already paid or for materials that were beyond the proposal prices. - On Day 36, a single worker returned after 4:30P to complete the job. It wasn't great, but it was done....they had worn us down to accept mediocrity despite the champagne pricing. I tried repeatedly to call the sales manager to inquire about the bill since I had been told that a check needed to be given to the worker that day. I did not deduct the two days worth of "$100/day" for the days past Day 34, but deducted approximately $50 for materials we were charged for that were beyond the proposal and which were only needed because they had been improperly mixed and, therefore, more were needed, per the sales manager. I sent an e-mail on Day 36....and sent another follow-up e-mail on Day 39. The check cleared the banked on Day 37, but I still have not heard back from the company. - Here is an example of the final work: You just cannot make this situation up! Please spare yourself the aggravation and steer clear of this outfit!


The crew arrived on time was super fast. They had good house keeping standards and made sure the work was made right.
- Seward M.

Damir did a fantastic job on our floors. His price was below some other quotes we received and the job was done very quickly. I put a scratch in the floor moving the couch back int, and Damir came over the next morning and fixed it right up. When our general contractor came back to the house after Damir was finished, he called me up and said "This doesnt look like the same house". We would not hesitate to use
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- Paul W.

Gold stars across the board for
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! He was very responsive, flexible with the scheduling, prompt, thorough, and fun to work with. The floors look good as new. Piles of smiles all around. Highly recommended!
- Lisa P.

Extremely efficient and quick. The job was suppose to take 3 days and even with delay of tiles coming in was finished on time. The guys worked 1 very long day and still very efficient. All workers were very professional and very open to suggestions or questions.
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was very responsive and gave great source for tiles. Would absolutely recommend them and use them again.
- Lauren O.

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was great to work with. He stuck to his price and finished on-time. The floors look better than I thought possible. I will most definitely be using him again in the future.
- Emily S.
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All Flooring Installers in Atlanta, GA

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#1 Ashe Home Improvement

3166 Deshong Dr.
Stone Mountain, Ga

#1 Cartersville Carpet Cleaning, Hardwood Floors

15b Home Place Dr
Cartersville, GA

1 Roof Atlanta

5751 W Stewarts Mill Rd
Douglasville, GA

1st Call Handyman

2700 Braselton Hwy #190
Dacula, GA

21st century homes inc

4511 Austell Rd
Austell, GA

365 Flooring Specialists, LLC

1984 lown farm trail
Lithonia, GA

4-Star Construction Services

Atlanta, GA

50 Floor

2821 Mt Zion Rd
Jonesboro, GA


445 Plasamour Dr NE Ste 1
Atlanta, GA


3957 Kenner Dr SW
Atlanta, GA

@-List @ssembly Service

433 sparrows ln
Norcross, ga


Buford, GA


Atlanta, GA


Marietta, GA


Atlanta, GA

A Boy and His Brush

164 Savannah St SE
Atlanta, GA

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