Atlas Flooring

4920 N 28th
Boulder, CO 80301
(303) 442-3221
www.atlasflooringboulder.com
Business Description: Atlas Flooring Inc. established in 1958 and located in Boulder Colorado, Atlas is best known for housing the largest in stock inventory along the front range. With the incredible savings and customer service, Atlas has been the go to place for contractors, decorators and “do it yourselfers” around Boulder County for over fifty years. The store displays thousands of samples for those seeking unique options and styles for special order projects.
In Business Since: 1958
Service Area: Storefront
On Angie's List Since: 10/17/2005
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 AM-5:00 PM; Sat 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Cities Served: Arvada | Athmar Park | Aurora | Bennett | Black Hawk | Boulder | Boulder County | Boynton Beach | Brighton | Broomfield | Capitol Hill | Castle Rock | Centennial | Cheesman Park | Cherry Hills Village | Columbine Valley | Commerce City | Congress Park | Conifer | Denver - Downtown | Edgewater | Elizabeth | Englewood | Erie | Evergreen | Federal Heights | Firestone | Five Points | Frederick | Ft. Lupton | Glendale | Globeville | Golden | Green Valley Ranch | Greenwood Village | Hampden | Hampden South | Henderson | Highland | Highlands Ranch | Idaho Springs | Ken Caryl Ranch | Lafayette | Lakewood | Leetsdale | Littleton | Lochbuie | Lodo-union Station | Lone Tree | Longmont | Louisville | Lowry | Montbello | Montclair | Morrison | Mountain View | Nederland | Niwot | Northglenn | Park Hill | Parker | Perl Mack | Pine | Platteville | Sedalia | Thornton | University Park | Villa Park | Virginia Village | Washington Park | Westminster | Westwood | Wheat Ridge
 
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