Duncan Pergo Flooring Installation

Get quotes from professionals in your area!

Reviews in Duncan for Installing Pergo Flooring

ARed Desert Flooring
Wes and his crew did a wonderful job. Could not be happier with my beautiful new floors. Would definitely recommend red desert flooring.
- Holly M....
AMajestic Flooring LLC.
Rod refinished and replaced some damaged hard wood floor. It was an older house, and was not going to be an easy fix. Rod did an excellent job refinishing and replacing the wood floor. You could not tell where the old ended and the new began. Very high quality work done by Majestic flooring.
- Ben B....
ABilbie's Interiors
Richard came out to measure the floor and to give us an estimate to install a new floor.  However, when he got there and looked at the existing damage, he assured us that his people could repair the problem for only the cost of a service call.  I was very impressed with Richard's honesty!  I doubt that many business owners would have been honest enough to bring up the option of repairing the existing floor, especially since it was obvious that I was fully expecting to replace it.  He basically gave up the revenue from a full floor replacement (likely to be about $8000) for the fee of a service call.  (The repairman came out today, and did an excellent job of repairing the floor.)  I was very impressed and appreciative, and Bilbie's will definitely be first in line when I have any flooring work to be done in the future.
- Jim W....
AWAGON WHEEL FLOORING
Wagon Wheel Flooring was very professional in all it's dealings. The floor was installed on the date they promised and installation was excellent. The installer was very polite and almost went overboard in cleaning up after himself.
- Jack A....
FAble & Ready Construction, LLC
Stay away from Able and Ready if its for flooring. Lowe's of Prescott uses them, so we had no choice. Able and Ready uses Jim Bizek of KJB Custom Interiors to lay flooring. A 1 day job turned into 7 weeks and then we still went with someone else. When Jim arrived the 1st time he couldn't lay the flooring because Lowe's put it in the garage so it wasn't acclimated. The next time Jim arrived he removed the toilet in the master and said there was moisture throughout the floor and possible mold. He went on to say our floors were not level and that we would need the current vinyl removed. He would have to return to grind down the underneath concrete. We removed all the vinyl and there was no moisture and no mold. Jim returned a week or so later only to say he would not grind the floors because of fear of asbestos or fiberglass in the remnants left on the floor. Our home was built in 2005, thus there's no fear of asbestos. We took samples of the particles Jim feared to two different places and they said the black backing was embossing leveler and that the sparkles were the manufacturer's glue identifier. Amey from Lowe's told us she would talk to Turc at Able and Ready regarding Jim's fears. More than a week later he again returned and said someone (?) had told him we had it professionally tested for asbestos. We had not. Even after he spoke with Turc and Byron at Able and Ready he again refused to grind the floors stating that no one would sign off for liability. In the meantime, his helper ripped up, broke and disposed of flooring transition pieces that were attached to flooring we were not having replaced. It became obvious at that point either Jim didn't know what he was doing or as many have said, he simply didn't want to do the job. At that point, we decided we were done with Jim, Able and Ready and Lowe's. We returned all the material for a full refund. Since then another flooring company has come in, said the exact same thing about there being no asbestos and that the black and sparkles were embossing and glue identifier. In addition, they said the kitchen floor did not need grinding and said rather than grinding the master bath floor, it could be easily floated. That’s the short story of it all, but consider yourself warned about using Lowe's in Prescott as long as they use Able and Ready to install flooring.
- Kyle F....
AMajestic Flooring LLC.
The work turned out great. The crew was professional and on-time. I would use them again and recommend them to others.
- Susan P....
AWAGON WHEEL FLOORING
The installer, Juan, did a nice job. He made sure the floor was properly prepared. He laid the new carpet and took care to be sure the job was done correctly. He secured the railing and put new protective strips on the steps. We will have no problems referring new customers to Wagon Wheel Flooring.
- Richard P....
ALuis Angel Barrera
OUTSTANDING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP! Fair price with value added as he picked up flooring from HD. Would definitely recommend and use again for any tile job.
- Diane E....
ASedona Home Center Inc.
very good service kept to all schedules excellent product very professional all the way around
- Margaret S....
AThe Handy Graham
It was a really unique job. Scott took a look at it and found a really solid solution to the challenge. He got it done quickly, when he said he would do it, and communicated really well! He's a quality asset!
- Ammon B....

Flooring Sales and Installation in Duncan

A
5
Reviews
Business Description: Owner does the work himself to control quality. We accept cash, check, or credit cards.
B
17
Reviews
Recent Review: After meeting with Heather and choosing the right back splash tile and wood flooring for our house everything ran very smoothly. Their installation crew where prompt and very professional. Our floors and kitchen came out stunning and we have had many complements. On a side note I had gone to Home Depot to also get bids. When you compare the two I received a much better dealer at Carpets of Dalton and I was able to deal with the owners. I would highly recommend anyone considering new flooring to give them a call.
A
2
Reviews
Recent Review: First day installers were punctual, rapidly started the prep work on floor (I had removed carpet, trim and mopped/vacumned concrete pad already to save on labor charge) They removed a 4x4 section of tile at Entry Door. Leveled concrete pad with self-leveler in needed areas. Second day installers were later than the first day (I was staying up to get them into the house, I work nights so I would stay up, let them in and go upstairs with earplugs ;) .. Third day installers were around an hour later than before and only had 2 guys instead of the 4-5 previously. The biggest complaint of entire job was the finish detail. They pulled up the base boards but in several areas the baseboard was slightly damaged or unpainted (home builder laid baseboards before finished floors **(dopes imho)** not one offer to repaint them was made (even if extra charge was incurred), secondly the stairs to sunken living room were initially trimmed in quarter round. It looked absolutely sophomoric in attempt and was finished extremely POORLY. After the third day (now Friday) I called the sales rep and let them know my issues, to their credit they tried to resolve my issues though there was several days lag before the installers could come fix their issues. Day Four (now several days later) installer came, (unannounced as someone forgot to call me from their office) and retrimed the stairs beautifully with matching baseboards (4 1/2 inch) that they found and sourced (REDEEMING QUALITY!!!) While waiting for installer to come I had noticed that there was a gap in the first riser... When installing they had to glue them down, and they measured off cut piece to wall but then installed it under wall leaving a 2-3mm gap, which they then filled with a piece of scrap, once you noticed it, you could see if everytime you walked by. I asked about fix for this, and installer talked about difficulty and it was not fixed (though trim on steps were done above my expectation.) Day Five (now over a week since inital install) Installer came out to fix issues with baseboard that was not properly lined up to the same level as other trim pieces around it and fixed the gap in the first riser. Job was completed to my wifes (final boss) approval and I cut them a check for the remainder of their 50% holdback (REDEEMING Quality) Floor went down fast and pretty solidly for not as an expensive flooring type. I really like the choice of flooring and think it will hold up well to my family (2 girls and 2 dogs and my wife). The installers that Onsite uses I believe are subcontractors and I believe that affects their overall quality, while my job was a fairly big job, the pricepoint was not exorbitant, and I feel as if it was a and quot;Good enough and if he doesnt complain we collect our money and goto next joband quot;. The sales rep seemed genuinely concerned at my retorts to the quality of finish work (I was asked to send pictures) and overall the job was done to MY SATISFACTION but the amount of time it took was a little offputting. I stand firmly on the fence if I will ever give Onsite another job (I need new carpet upstairs (around 1000sq/ft between four rooms) but them not collecting the funds until I was satisfied held them up in my mind as atleast a Company that atleast makes an effort. I live in the far west valley and the distances involved for them is probably far, but I always felt it wasnt apporpriate that if they use subs, that the sales rep or a rep from the company did not come out and inspect final work. I dont know if that was a problem because my sales guy was out of town that weekend or if that is a regular thing for them (the installers did take my check made out to Onsite Design). Eitherway the floor is done, and we like it, the process to get their was not as good as I would of hoped.
C
5
Reviews
Recent Review: I HAVE KNOWN FLOORS UNLIMITED FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS. I HAVE HIRED THEM SEVERAL TIMES. THEY INSTALLED NEW FLOOR TILE AND CARPETING IN MY PREVIOUS HOME AND I HIRED THEM TO INSTALL SLATE AROUND THE FACE OF MY FIREPLACE. I AM IN THE PROCESS OF PICKING OUT TILE FOR A BACKSPLASH IN MY KITCHEN WHICH THEY WILL BE INSTALLING. JOHN MARSH IS THE OWNER AND HAS ALREADY BEEN OUT TO MEASURE. HE IS JUST WAITING ON ME TO TELL HIM WHICH TILE. I HAVE REFERRED HIM TO SEVERAL OF MY INSURED'S AS WELL AS FAMILY MEMBERS. HE HAS EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE AND VERY REASONABLE PRICING.
A
1
Review
Recent Review: These men did an excellent job.  They came out and gave us a bid with several options for us to consider.  There was no hard sell or rush.  We took their advice and the job done was great.  i will recommend them to anyone who need a recommendation.  They will do the back bedrooms next year.  We are very pleased with their work and professionalism.
A
4
Reviews
Recent Review: Mike was able to measure and schedule me in very quickly!! Mike was always professional and handled difficult situations well. Leo and his partner installed the tile in one day and finished up the grouting the next a.m. Clean up was great! I will hire for my next flooring job.
B
5
Reviews
Recent Review: Enmar was amazing! They were punctual and did everything to perfection and were just so responsive to our wishes. They were simply phenomenal and an "A" plus company in our book.
A
2
Reviews
Business Description: Providing all flooring needs with a lifetime warranty with all workmanship
A
30
Reviews
Recent Review: Beautiful product, good prices. Only issue was a delay in shipping of several weeks due to inventory. This delay caused issues with scheduling on a whole-house renovation and it would have been quite useful to know about upfront, rather than having to call them repeatedly for updates. When the flooring finally arrived, weeks late, it was beautiful and in very good shape. I would use them again, but I would order much earlier than needed to allow for any delays.
A
3
Reviews
Recent Review: Wagon Wheel Flooring was very professional in all it's dealings. The floor was installed on the date they promised and installation was excellent. The installer was very polite and almost went overboard in cleaning up after himself.