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Flooring reviews in Tavares

  • A
    Cherokee Construction Company of Florida
    It is fantastic! There was nothing he could not do! He also did inspection work on another home I was living in before I moved into new home. He was very professional & on time. I would highly recommend him.
    - Nancy A.
  • A
    ABSOLUTELY HARDWOOD FLOORING LLC
    Great job. Compliments from every single person who walks in and see your work. You should be very proud of yourself and your company.
    Not to many of them out there with such professionalism and integrity anymore. We will most certainly be recommending you to anyone who inquired about flooring.
    Schnaider saves a new bamboo floor that had been nearly destroyed by another contractor, and did it for 25% less the other guy wanted! Great service and great price. Thank schnaider
    - Italo G.
  • A
    Mr. Handyman serving Ocala to West Apopka
    Everything went excellent. Flooring not yet finished as they had to order marching oak parquet floor tile to replace damaged tile. I used Angie's List to find this contractor, as I live out of state and needed someone reputable to perform work for my Mother. Mike was excellent in not only performing everything, but also at explaining everything to my Mom so she could understand what he was doing and why.
    - Herman B.
  • C
    Home Depot
    This phase of the project went pretty well. USIG was the assigned subcontractor for Home Depot on this install, and they were pretty good about doing the install correctly. They worked Thursday and Friday, then promised to return at 8:00 a.m. Monday morning if they could avoid working on Saturday. My handyman agreed, with my concurrence, but then the installers didn't show up until 10:30 a.m. to begin work on Monday. They promised to stay until the job was done down to the quarter round so my handyman could install the toilets, but they didn't quite make that and had to return to complete the quarter round install.
    Home Depot also got paid in full up front for this job, but at least this part went better than the subfloor phase. I was disappointed since I couldn't get the TrafficMaster Allure vinyl planks I wanted, but the Hampton Bay Maple laminate is beautiful. I was especially disappointed in the fact that the installers insisted on having the warranty exclude the bathroom because of the possiblity of leaks. Since I didn't anticipate any leaks, and since I was too far away to go head to head with them on the issue, I gave my handyman the authority to sign off on the change.
    I did read on line that the surface of the Hampton Bay laminate could bubble in the presence of standing water, but I didn't figure that as a major difficulty since I routinely clean up all spills, and all the bathroom fixtures had been inspected.
    I received a call from the owner of USIG while at home in PA. He just wanted to check up on the installation and how it went. I asked him to discuss details with my handyman, but that overall there weren't any major problems except for the lack of punctuality. As with the subfloor, the Home Depots reps checked on this install, also, so I have no complaints about their responsiveness.
    - JEAN S.
  • F
    Home Depot
    It went lousy. Since Home Depot's regular flooring installers wouldn't tackle a subfloor job this size, Home Depot gave the job to their regular kitchen installer, ABC Contracting. The Home Depot employees themselves were good to deal with, but those subcontractors were the worst I've come across in some time.
    First, ABC insisted on having full payment in advance to hold the dates for doing the install, not an industry standard, which is usually 50/50 or 33/33/34. Then there was a discrepancy in the type of subfloor repair this was to have been. I thought that all of the old particleboard would be replaced with plywood attached to the floor joists. When my handyman, who was supervising the job since I was a thousand miles away in PA, discussed this with the installer who showed up, he said that they didn't plan to do the job that way and he'd have to come back with a bigger crew. What's more, the dates "held" included the Saturday before Father's Day. The installer informed my handyman that they didn't work Saturdays, and especially on "holiday" weekends. As it was, they had been on site something like 2 or 2 1/2 hours before they left for the day.
    On Monday I got a call from my handyman to advise me that the installers hadn't shown up. On Tuesday, I got a call from ABC explaining that the type of replacement I wanted was significantly more expensive than what I was quoted, and assuring me that the floor would be solid when they were through. They planned to install the plywood over the old subfloor, glue it down, and fasten it every 12 inches with screws. I checked with an engineer friend of mine who said that would work as long as they went through to the floor joists.
    When the crew finally showed up, one of them spent a great deal of his time on the cell phone according to my handyman, put trash in the register openings, had a poor attitude, and ultimately didn't use the correct length of screws. Home Depot reps had been out several times to check on the progress, and called me to discuss the condition of the subfloor (not smooth or ready for a surface floor). ABC had to come back out to screw the subfloor down and seal some gaps before the surface floor installers would OK it for their phase of the work (different report). What's more, Home Depot advised me that I couldn't use the surface flooring I wanted, TrafficMaster Allure vinyl planks, since the subfloor wasn't even. So I had to purchase a laminate floor for about the same price as the Allure. As a result of this work, my trip to Florida was delayed, since I couldn't have the cats there while this was going on, and I couldn't have slept there.
    The end result of this project is that I wouldn't have ABC Contracting doing any work in my home and, since they are Home Depot's regular kitchen installers, I wouldn't have Home Depot install a kitchen in my home as long as they use ABC for the installs.
    - JEAN S.
  • A
    Carpet Depot
    It went well.
    - Robert M.
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