Brawley Laminate Flooring Installation

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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.
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Recent Review: Price was too high.  Did not need wood flooring appropriate for Manhattan apt w/ view of central park.
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Business Description: Handling the Imperial Valley's flooring needs for 50 years through our 7500 square foot showroom. We have gained the trust of our local customers, and we know exactly how to keep them satisfied with their new flooring. As part of the Carpet One cooperative, we have access to the best and most reliable brands for carpet, hardwood, tile, laminate, and vinyl, all at competitive prices with the industry's best warranties.
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Business Description: Playground Rubber Safety Surfacing, Deck Restoration, Gym Floors, Sport Surfaces, Playgrounds, and many other recreational applications.
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Business Description: Visit us at redeye24hr.com Red Eye 24 Hour Construction Corp. provides high-end concrete artistry for commercial and residential properties. We are the only authorized providers of the beautiful MarbleWRAP and StoneWRAP decorative concrete technologies for the West Coast. We design custom concrete countertops and no one in the world does metallic, colorful floor coatings like us. They are recognized worldwide and each MarbleWRAP design is an original creation.
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Recent Review: Mr. Derma's  licensed floor covering company, came to the house and evaluated an extremely poorly laid tile job that was dangerous due to the tile being uneven.  In less than a week, his workers tore out the old tile in two bedrooms and laid the new – perfectly. There are no uneven or chipped tiles. They had to replace the baseboards as well, and that was also expertly and professionally done. Mr. Derma and his workers were polite, considerate, prompt, and they cleaned up after themselves. They covered the furniture in the other rooms and closed doors to minimize the dust when tearing out the old tile. Most of the cost was for tearing out the old tile and not excessive considering the work involved. I would not hesitate to hire Derma’s Floor Covering again.
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Recent Review: Kosciusko's Carpet Care were sent over by a big box store when the fridge flooded the back of the house. After the dry out, which was successful ($3,987.50) Mr. Kosciusko said, "We lay tile." I checked their ad in the phone book, and it does list tile installation. What I failed to notice was lack of a license for doing any of the work listed in the ad. The tile was laid in a reasonable time frame. However, what at first appeared to be shadows turned out to be different dye lots. The spaces between the tiles ranged from approximately 1/16 to 3/16. The tiles were not level and some were chipped. When friends came to help move furniture they kept tripping over the tile. Mr. Kosciusko claimed it was impossible to level the floor, which resulted in the uneven tile, but he was willing to pop out the high tiles and relay them. He also offered to put sealant on the chipped tiles. The bill specified porcelain tile, but it turned out to be very thin, inexpensive ceramic tile. The tile also stopped short of the baseboards. Mr. Kosciusko said putting grout between the tile and the baseboards was construction work and not his responsibility. With people tripping over the tile became a liability issue, there was no choice but to have the tile torn out and replaced. When the tile was torn out it was discovered not enough thin set had been used, and the tile was held in place by the grout. Almost 90% of the tile popped out whole with no indication of thin set on the underneath side. Upon going to a lawyer, I found Mr. Kosciusko's charge for laying the tile (3085.00) was approximately $1500 over what a reputable and licensed tile layer would have charged for laying real porcelain tile. I had the tile redone by a licensed company, and there was no problem getting the floor level or ensuring that the spaces between tiles was equal. I also found out Kosciusko's Carpet Care has an unsavory reputation where tile is concerned, and I was not the first person to have their tile job redone. The silver lining is that in California there is no legal requirement an unlicensed contractor be paid by the customer, so acting upon legal advice, the money they would have been paid if the tile job was decent went to relaying the tile properly.
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Recent Review: He did a really good job. In our area it is hard to find someone who does great work at a good price. He was easy to work with and was open to ideas and changes. We were able to discuss things with him.
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Reviews in Brawley to Install Laminate Flooring

ADerma's Floor Covering
Mr. Derma's  licensed floor covering company, came to the house and evaluated an extremely poorly laid tile job that was dangerous due to the tile being uneven.  In less than a week, his workers tore out the old tile in two bedrooms and laid the new – perfectly. There are no uneven or chipped tiles. They had to replace the baseboards as well, and that was also expertly and professionally done. Mr. Derma and his workers were polite, considerate, prompt, and they cleaned up after themselves. They covered the furniture in the other rooms and closed doors to minimize the dust when tearing out the old tile. Most of the cost was for tearing out the old tile and not excessive considering the work involved. I would not hesitate to hire Derma’s Floor Covering again.
- Deirdre R....
AGaspar
He did a really good job. In our area it is hard to find someone who does great work at a good price. He was easy to work with and was open to ideas and changes. We were able to discuss things with him.
- Juliet D....
FKosciuskos Big Red Carpet Care
Kosciusko's Carpet Care were sent over by a big box store when the fridge flooded the back of the house. After the dry out, which was successful ($3,987.50) Mr. Kosciusko said, "We lay tile." I checked their ad in the phone book, and it does list tile installation. What I failed to notice was lack of a license for doing any of the work listed in the ad. The tile was laid in a reasonable time frame. However, what at first appeared to be shadows turned out to be different dye lots. The spaces between the tiles ranged from approximately 1/16 to 3/16. The tiles were not level and some were chipped. When friends came to help move furniture they kept tripping over the tile. Mr. Kosciusko claimed it was impossible to level the floor, which resulted in the uneven tile, but he was willing to pop out the high tiles and relay them. He also offered to put sealant on the chipped tiles. The bill specified porcelain tile, but it turned out to be very thin, inexpensive ceramic tile. The tile also stopped short of the baseboards. Mr. Kosciusko said putting grout between the tile and the baseboards was construction work and not his responsibility. With people tripping over the tile became a liability issue, there was no choice but to have the tile torn out and replaced. When the tile was torn out it was discovered not enough thin set had been used, and the tile was held in place by the grout. Almost 90% of the tile popped out whole with no indication of thin set on the underneath side. Upon going to a lawyer, I found Mr. Kosciusko's charge for laying the tile (3085.00) was approximately $1500 over what a reputable and licensed tile layer would have charged for laying real porcelain tile. I had the tile redone by a licensed company, and there was no problem getting the floor level or ensuring that the spaces between tiles was equal. I also found out Kosciusko's Carpet Care has an unsavory reputation where tile is concerned, and I was not the first person to have their tile job redone. The silver lining is that in California there is no legal requirement an unlicensed contractor be paid by the customer, so acting upon legal advice, the money they would have been paid if the tile job was decent went to relaying the tile properly.
- Deirdre R....