Lincolnwood Floating Floor Installation

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Recent Review: Michael came out to give me an estimate for job and I knew then I would be using him due to his easy nature and professional manner.....He showed many various options which would be best for my condo.....He did not pressure me into any expensive flooring but layed out the different options considering the floor of the condo..... After agreeing  to type of floor and price his team came out and professionally installed floor....Michael was in constant contact with me to make sure I was happy with the process...After his team of professionals left you'd never know anyone just installed over 1000 feet of flooring..... Upon completion of job Michael came out explained the proper care of the floors and made sure I was very satisfied with work performed...Afterward he said I'll see in a week or so for Final Payment....Most contractors want their money and they are gone never to be seen or heard from....But, this was not the case with Michael....He returned about a week or so later and I made the Final Payment.....He told me if you need anything regarding the floor do not hesitate to call him..... I would strongly recommend Michael for any flooring needs and I am willing to share any photos of the floor he installed for me.....Thank you Michael, Mitch and Chris......
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Business Description: Dustless sanding & refinishing or restoration, with over 110 stain colors or custom stains we can compliment any ideas you have. We specialize in large jobs as well as small jobs. We use extremely durable finishes, green base or oil bases,or even wax for old antique floors restoration. We offer any kind of repairs, also new floor installations, custom borders, or inlays. We also install floating floors and finished solid floor. We offer sound proof barriers between the floors and sub-floor. We also do some basic baseboards and quarter-rounds. We do not install laminated or engineered floors. (glue down floors) Free estimates. Discount available for Angie's List members. Cost is determined by the job.
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Business Description: Royal Home Flooring is an All-in-One flooring company that offers an array of beautiful flooring options. Family owned and operated in Chicagoland for over 40 years. We love what we do! Who knows the difference between Plush & Frieze carpet? Why is there engineered hardwood & Solid? What’s a floating floor? We take the time and explain everything so you can make an informed decision and not feel simply SOLD to. We are a family that’s had enough of being pushed around by the big guys and pride ourselves on our customer service. We offer a TRUE price match guarantee policy that ensures our customers get the best deal possible. Call us today!
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Business Description: Comfort Carpets is a shop at home flooring service offering a large inventory of laminates, carpets, hardwood, and flooring. Our professionals will come to your home and install your new floor in a timely manner. With over 20 years of experience installing floors and carpets, you can rely on us to get the job done right the first time.
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Business Description: With over 35 years of experience in home improvements. We can do just about anything. WeI can fix, repair, paint, remodel kithchens, remodel bathrooms, finish or remodel basements, build decks, porches, install flooring, build closets. No job is too small or too big. We can do carpentry, plumbing, electrical and general maintenance.We are on call 24/7.
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Business Description: We are a small high end painting & remodeling company that specializes in attention to detail and customer satisfaction at, an affordable cost. We adhere to strict industry standards that far surpasses our competitors and offer each and every client personalized service in order to obtain the outcome that you deserve. New to Angies list but not new to the industry. We've been servicing the Chicago land area for over 23 years and counting! Residential homes, hi rises, offices and commercial buildings we offer a full line of remodeling needs not only to suit your style but also your budget. From small and odd jobs, fire restorations and full rehabs, we have you covered. FULLY insured along with care, custody and control. Just a sample of what we offer: Handyman service Painting Custom faux finishes Staining Drywall taping, hanging & repair Ceramic, porcelain and natural stone tile design and installation. Flooring Kitchen remodeling Bathroom remodeling Light plumbing and electrical Basements Carpentry and wood work Power washing and so much more....... So, give us a call today and lets discuss whatever needs you may have.
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Recent Review: Had a great experience with Great hardwood flooring with a very difficult job. We opened the wall between our mid-century kitchen and the living room, replacing the kitchen floor with new hardwood interlacing it into the existing hard wood floor in the living room. Floors came out perfect and you can’t even tell there was a remodel. Aligning the wood was hard enough between three floor substrates, but the color matches perfectly. The customer service was great and patient with our contractors who’s schedule kept changing. The price is reasonable but if you want your floors done right, I always go with the reasonable price (not the cheapest).
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Business Description: We make shopping for flooring easy! Exploring Flooring, a family-owned carpet rug dealer, offers a complete selection of flooring products, including carpet, rugs, ceramic tile, hardwood flooring, laminates, vinyl tile, natural stone, resilient sheet flooring and area rugs. We proudly serve all of DuPage County including Winfield, Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Naperville, We also serve ALL of Fox Valley including North Aurora, Batavia, Elburn, Geneva and St Charles areas. Exploring Flooring store is staffed with trained flooring professionals who will help you select the best flooring materials for your home, lifestyle, taste, and budget. Our 4,400 sq. ft showroom features all major brand name product displays to help you visualize your selection, and we have thousands of samples you can borrow to help you match your choice with your decor. Every flooring store can SEEM to have same flooring products. What set us apart is: --our experience --excellent person-to-person service; --along with great QUALITY flooring products. Installation matters! Our carpet & rug installers have an average of 30 years of experience in the flooring business. Our installation crews are courteous, careful and skilled craftsmen. With great service, you will keep coming back. Because "add on costs" are common within our industry, the bottom line cost (not the per foot cost) is the most important to you. Exploring Flooring gives free, honest, complete, and accurate estimates. You can be sure that your shopping experience will be one that is easy and enjoyable .We provide expert product knowledge, skilled installation crews, and the most competitive prices to our customers, while maintaining the highest standards in installing flooring. Thank you and we look forward to talking with you soon.
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Business Description: Gil's flooring has over 20 years experience in working with all types of flooring, and servicing the Chicagoland area. Gil's will install, repair , and refinish your floors. Gil works with hardwood floors, to laminate, to vinyl flooring. There is no floor that Gil's can't install. Gils will get your floor done right and at the right price. Call for a Free Estimate! Gil's can provide and install: All hardwood Floors Floating floors Laminate Floors Make old floors look like new with quality refinishing Repair damnageed floors Call today for your free estimate!
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Business Description: As a leading flooring contractor in Skokie, IL, we provide professional kitchen & bathroom flooring installation, floor repair, residential & commercial flooring service, floor refinishing and more. Call us for any flooring needs!

Reviews in Lincolnwood to Install Floating Floor

FTop bros construction & remodeling inc.
I contacted them and spoke with Jose in the beginning. Cesar came out one time and gave me a verbal quote. He was to email me the estimate which I never got. There was no rush on the job. I contacted a few more times and no response. After seeing his review that I did, he did contact me. After the review Cesar also set up a date and time to stop at the house. No call and no show. He came out again. He stated his verbal quote was given when he was tired. It is different now. I showed him the floor I wanted. He showed me some and said they were the same but a better price. The floor was not the same, it was a thinner floor. Fast forward, verbal quote was kinda high. I showed him quotes from others. Cesar with Top bro added in square footage. The square footage was higher the second time he stopped at my house than the first time. All my other estimates have the same footage. I then asked for written quote /estimate-no response in writing. He states he also works for Empire and or Luna. For some reason I could not get an estimate in writing. Could not get an answer if they are bonded or insured.
- April P....
DA To Z Flooring
We purchased our floor from Lumber Liquidators in Kenosha. They sent out their subcontractor A To Z Flooring for measuring and install. After a month or so of doing other construction in our house to prepare first, A to Z was contacted to go ahead with the job. They unfortunately lost the measurements for a couple of days and then found them but still had to come out to remeasure since they combined all the measurements together. They had no idea on what to order or tell me. I was told they would be able to pick up the flooring from Lumber Liquidators. This was not the case as they explained that they don't really like to do this. Lumber Liquidators told me this was false and they just did not want to do it. I would have paid a fee, that would not have been a issue. They wanted to charge me a almost two hundred dollars to install a half hours worth of floor board that they also refused to pick up. Finally, there were to two pieces of furniture in the room that they stated they would slide over. Since they were not given the floorboard job, they decided to raise the price by 50.00 for moving the furniture to another room which NEVER took place. I ended up having to write two separate checks. Then they refused to take with the small amount of flattened boxes away unless I wanted to pay a extra charge. I have no problem with Lumber Liquidators but there is NO WAY I can recommend A To Z as they nickel and dime the customer to death. Very Unfair.
- Sheri R....
AStanley Flooring Inc
The provider was very prompt and had a skilled carpenter doing the work.  The damage was in the center of the room, which for a floating floor is difficult to fix.  The man doing the work obviously knew what he was doing and performed his task in a professional manner.  I would definitely use Stanley Flooring again for wood floor repairs of any kind.
- Antonino L....
ADUNCAN Flooring Specialist
They did very well and provided a lot of samples.  The installer was very careful and was a direct employee as opposed to a subcontractor.  They offer a wide range of differerent types of flooring.  They sales woman was very helpful in helping us find the right flooring for our home.
- Diane M....
AJNM Tile Inc
He was prompt, friendly started the job when he said he would, finished the job when he said he would, supplied all of the materials except for the flooring material and was thankful for giving him the job.
- Joe V....
AMara's Flooring
Met with Adrian, the owner, first at our home and then in his showroom to pick out the flooring for the kitchen. He was prompt, professional, and easy to work with. We wanted wood floors in the kitchen, but we didn't want to remove the cabinets and countertops at this time. Adrian suggested a floating floor and it turnout great. His crew work did a great job removing and replacing our appliances. The removal of the tile in the entrance/hall way took a few hours longer than expected because the subflooring had been screwed to the hard wood floor. They work late to finish the job on time. Adrian is also a good source for other contactors.
- Charlie B....
AEISSNER ENTERPRISE
Both Steve and Chris did a good job with our handyman list. The initial cost is $120 for 2 hours, then $48 for each additional hour. However, if they don't finish in the time allotted, they will schedule another time and still charge the $48. Some of the tasks.. Remove old dishwasher by cutting it out due to a new floor that was installed years after the dishwasher Install kitchen soap pump Install battery doorbells Install keyless lock Install floating flooring and trim by entryway Build soffit to hide AC pipe in bathroom
- Kim J....
AFlooring Concepts By Design
I was very very pleased.  They got it done on time, which was nice.  They got it all done, and I had my little checklist of things that I needed to be done.  They did it all without questions.  The painter came back 2-3 times to do little things.  Everybody was very pleasant.  They were professional.  The floors and the wall looks fantastic.  Mike the owner, gave me a couple of design ideas, so that was nice.  I am very very happy with the work.  I will highly recommend them.
- Barbara A....
CLumber Liquidators
Would NOT EVER use them again! Feel like I wasted my money! It all started with a visit to the store in Lombard, IL. The sales person Sean was helpful at first and answered all my questions. The prices of the laminate seemed like such a good deal, even though the brands and quality of the laminate was slightly lower than other places I'd looked. I was worn down and sick of meeting with floor vendors (had gotten quotes from 3 others), so I decided to take advantage of the sale and put in an order for 1000 sq ft of Royal Teak laminate flooring at $1.79 per square foot. I also ordered 3.5 inch white primed baseboard and quarter rounds, underlayment, and some transitions. The price was somewhat reasonable, around $3,000 for the materials. Then he pulled out this delivery fee chart, and began telling me that the base delivery fee was $150, and then it would cost an extra $315 plus something else (I'm estimating) to actually bring the materials up the elevator into my unit. I wanted to save money, so I decided to have them deliver to my garage parking spot and I would bring up the materials myself to save approximately $500. I also talked to Sean about estimating the cost of installation. Fully aware of the approximate measurements and scope of the work, Sean estimated that the installation service would cost between $2500-3500. This rough estimate was part of the reason why I went ahead and purchased the materials on my first visit. LL sent a subcontractor to measure my condo. Unlike all of the other vendors I had spoken with who used laser measuring devices, LL's subcontractor used a regular measuring tape. I asked the subcontractor questions about the installation, and he told me he would expect to send 3 to 5 workers to do the installation, and it would be done in 2 days. A few days later, the installation cost estimate was emailed to me. Instead of a reasonable cost, he was estimating $4900!! I was incensed, and immediately called the store to complain. I provided Sean with an estimate I had received from another vendor I had interviewed for the same work, and showed him how the cost estimated was much much less (about $3500). Sean told me that LL has a "matching" policy where they will match the lowest price of another vendor. But then I didn't hear from Sean for 2 weeks. I finally called and told him that, if I didn't hear from him within 24 hours (since Sean is not always at the store and I frequently had to leave VMs for him as no one else could help me), I wanted to cancel my order and get a full refund. Sean did call me the following day, and we talked about how I had already begun ripping out my own carpet to save those costs by doing some of the work myself. He then presented me with a new installation estimate which took out the services that I did myself, and presented it as if they were matching my other lower bid. No, it wasn't matching at all, they just removed the services I did myself. But it was lower and more affordable, so I decided to go forward. Next came the delivery. The delivery guy called me the night before to give me a window (9-11 a.m. on Saturday). He didn't show up until about 12:30. They loaded the two pallets of flooring and other materials into my parking spot, shoved a form in my face to sign receipt (the form did NOT list the items supposed to be delivered), and left. A few days later, when I began bringing the materials up to my condo, I noticed that they had failed to deliver 2 of the 4 transitions I ordered. I called the store and spoke to George, who told me he would make sure that the service provider stopped at the store to pick up the transitions before beginning the installation. THIS WAS A LIE -- THIS WAS NEVER COMMUNICATED TO THE INSTALLER, AND THE INSTALLER DID NOT PICK UP THE TRANSITIONS. Instead, on the morning the installer began the work, I called the store and spoke to Sean about what had happened, and Sean didn't even seem to believe me that the 2 transitions weren't delivered. I had to send my mother to go to the store (which is not close) to pick them up. Then came the installation. At the confirmed time, 2 guys showed up at my condo to install the floor. The first guy was the "business" guy who did hardly any work, and was very negative, blaming me up front for not purchasing enough materials and I told him I ordered what LL's measuring guy told me to order. Apparently Sean had also mistakenly taken off of my order the installer's charge for installing the baseboards, even though there was a charge for installing the quarter rounds (which must happen AFTER baseboards) and I ordered new baseboards. I had to speak with someone from the national office, then with Sean again when the store finally opened, and pay an additional $430 (which included a discount) for installation of the baseboards. Sean blamed me saying he though I was installing those myself. I said no, I REMOVED the baseboards, but how could I install them? Despite all of this, the installers began working. They were pretty diligent, although the 2nd guy did most of the work. Not only had I expected 3 or 4 guys instead of 2, but the first guy left early both days and took many breaks and phone calls during the 2 days! I hadn't realized the installation would create so much dust (the measuring guy had downplayed this), but it was hard to breathe and the 2 guys didn't wear any safety masks or anything nor directed me to take any precautions. The guys didn't do ANY preparation or cleaning of the concrete floor underneath, so I was glad I had vacuumed and done my best to clean it before the work began. I think any other professional would have done prep work though, shows these guys were unprofessional and just horrible. I should also say they barely spoke english, so it was hard for me to communicate with them. One guy was native spanish, while the other was polish or some similar language. On the 2nd day, right around noon, I was told that the measuring guy had under-measured the baseboards and quarter rounds, and I had to go to the store and buy 24 more feet of matching trim. I went to Menards since it is much closer than the Lombard store. At around 3:00 pm, the "business" guy asked me to sign a form acknowledging the work was done, because he wanted to leave. I argued but he would not be stopped, so I signed it. He then left the 2nd guy to finish up all the work (again). The 2nd guy was a good worker and finished everything in a couple more hours. Overall, the installation was Okay but not great. I can clearly see the guys cut some corners, There are "soft spots" in several places because they should have prepped the floor or done leveling, but Sean had told me not even to consider leveling because it's so expensive, he just dismissed it. There is another place near a doorway where they clearly put two pieces of cut wood together (not using the locking system), and I believe this is already bubbling at the cut. There are many places where the baseboards and quarter rounds do not line up well or were installed crookedly. They left telling me to caulk and paint the baseboards, which I wasn't expecting to have to do (no one told me this ahead of time), and I truly hope this will help to "hide" some of their bad work. They also didn't do a good job cleaning up. They only used a broom to sweep up the tons of sawdust everywhere, and I had to vacuum and mop myself. I had expected they would bring a shop vac but they didn't. They put all their garbage into bags and did not remove it, but I had to dump it in my building's dumpsters. Also, in the end I had 4.5 EXTRA boxes of laminate. So the measuring guy clearly under-measured for the baseboards, and over-measured for the flooring, which also resulted in me paying much more for installation charges that were not needed or done. I took back 3 of the unopened boxes to the store and they refunded my money less a 20% restocking fee, even though it was their fault for over-measuring. Now, people keep asking me, "How's your new floor?" I can't even appreciate the floor because I"m so upset with the whole process and how so many thing had gone wrong. I would NEVER recommend this vendor to anyone. The floor does look like laminate and not real wood (although it never had any bad smell like others experienced in the past with LL laminate). People who see it say the floor looks beautiful, but I don't believe them (kind of like how you tell a new mother her baby is beautiful even if it's ugly). I just feel like I wasted my money. Overall, it's clear that Lumber Liquidators: (1) has slightly lower-quality products; (2) uses lower-quality subcontractors for installation; (3) tries to cut corners or tack on costs anywhere it can; (4) doesn't care about the end product, only the money; and (5) doesn't communicate at all between the national office, the store, or its multiple subcontractors. Sure, they are cheap, but you get what you pay for, and they are a waste of money. I would never use them again.
- Sandra L....
AAccent Flooring
He installed the flooring in our basement.  One guy came out and he did it all within four hours.  We got all the materials and he did a great job.  He came studied the situation and then did the work with no problems.  I would say if you have any issues with your flooring this is the man to contact.  He will evaluate the situation and take care of it with no issues.
- Theresa G....