Recent Review: Setup: We moved into our house in early February. The previous owner had installed Mexican tile with a carpet inlay on the floor and multicolored 4x4 porcelain tile around the fireplace. It was nice I guess, but just not our taste (we did leave the Mexican tile in the kitchen). We wanted hardwood flooring and a more natural looking tile around the fireplace. We started at Don's and then went to a few more flooring/tile places in the area and brought home many samples. Don's had the best selection, especially regarding the tile. They had a special buy on the hardwood, which was fortunate, because it was our favorite out of everything we brought home. The estimate Don's gave us seemed to be pretty high, but when we started drilling down the numbers and comparing them to other estimates, they were actually within a few hundred dollars on the hardwood. No one else would really give us an estimate on the tile work. Don's seemed to want the business more than any of the other places - they came out to the house the same day to measure and look at everything. Install: The tile installers came first. They removed the tile from around the fireplace and laid out the new tile all within an hour. It was a 2-man crew. By lunch they were done. The only problem here is that Don's did not order enough tile to finish the project, and since it was special order, we had to wait another week for it to be completed. The hardwood install came a few days after the tiler's first trip. There were 3 of them. They were done within 4 hours of knocking on the door. The tilers came back a few days later to finish. They were done within 2 hours or so. Summary: We saved ~$700 by removing the old flooring. We also used an Angie's List coupon, which save a couple hundred more. I have no complaints with the quality of work or any of the installers. The salesperson kept us in the loop with scheduling, etc., though it would have been better if they ordered the right amount of material the first time. The floor looks great. The fireplace looks really good. The tile around the fireplace turned out a little darker than the sample once it was grouted, but there is really nothing that can be done about that since it is a natural stone. Overall, we are very pleased with the outcome.