Recent Review: We went to Lowe's to get a flooring bid. Dean with Wolf Flooring came out as the subcontractor to do the measurement. He looked at the tiled floor with the cracks and said that his company wouldn't touch the floor unless it was mudjacked. After spending $890 on a company to schedule the mudjacking, we had 2 other independent contractors tell us that the floor didn't need it and mudjacking would not solve any problems (the slab foundation is built with a flex barrier from the thermal boundary foundation because the ground in Colorado Springs does tend to shift based on changes in climates, such as the drought that we have been going through. Also, they floor looked uneven as a result of poor installation, as the slab itself had no cracking or other signs of settling). We also had a separate flooring company come out and they said that with a laminate floating floor that it would not crack and they bid us to install the floor. While they were more expensive than Lowe's bid from Wolf subcontracting, with the mudjacking it would be more expensive to go with the cheaper flooring bid. Overall we are not sure if we will be going with Lowe's or the other flooring company, but this company has cost us a great deal of money already and they haven't even done any work yet. Furthermore, they told us we needed to get work done that several reputable companies have challenged was unnecessary. Wolf Flooring wasted 3 weeks giving us run-around and excuses as to why they couldn't do the work and that they wouldn't warranty even if we did. We went with another company that gave us a warranty on the floor and a guarantee on the install. As it is said, cheaper isn't always better, and Wolf is a discount provider and their willingness to work with challenges showcases it.