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  • I originally hired an inexperienced guy whom I found online.  He claimed to know what he was doing and ended up making my floors WORSE.  I called Armando in a panic on a Tuesday and told him my situation.  He said he could likely do the job in one day after assessing my floors.  Based on reviews I saw here- I hired him.  I'm so GLAD I did!  As promised- he came in with a crew of his men and in one day made my floors beautiful!  My husband and I are moving into the house this weekend and needed the work to be done ASAP.  He 100% stayed true to his word and I'm so relieved we can move into our home with beautiful floors!  I would absolutely call him again for any work in the future!
    - Samantha A.
  • First, don't be fooled by their advertising claiming that they have "no hidden fees."  The commercials claim that removal of your old carpet is included -- it was not.  I paid an extra $117 for rip up & removal of my old carpet in preparation for the installation of the hardwood floor I purchased.  There was also a $50 fee for having someone measure the room. There was another charge for installing the shoe molding (which is white plastic & does not match the floor -- $130).  Another charge for something called "Soundmaster Plus Underlay" ($149.04) So, the closeout flooring I bought with a quoted price of $1.59/square foot  ($2.75 installed) (total of $325.55 for the floor plus $495 for  "click & float install") actually cost $1058.97 (including $85.51  tax).  I then was charged an additional $174 before the floor was installed (this was applied after the room was "professionally" measured, even though the estimated size I gave them when I ordered the floor was larger than the room's actual measurements.  Still not sure what that charge was for or how it was arrived at).  Grand total: $1232.97
    On installation day the contractors arrived within the time frame I was given & got to work. I was a bit surprised to see boxes of small strips of wood, not the long pieces one would expect.  It was clear these were leftovers from a previous job.  It was the correct floor & was in perfectly fine condition, so I didn't let it bother me. All was going well until they ran out of flooring!  They were 2 boxes short of what they needed to finish the room -- even though Worldwide had someone come & do a professional measurement (which carries an extra fee).  They had no choice but to leave the job unfinished.  Then things got even more upsetting,
    Calling Worldwide resulted in being given the runaround until we finally reached someone claiming to be in charge.  He said he would call back.  A few hours passed with no return call.  Numerous calls from our end were ignored until finally this fellow said he would find additional stock to get the job finished.  Again, he said he would call us back.  Again, he did not, nor did he return numerous voice mails.  After getting the runaround for a few days he finally said he had located additional stock & the job would be scheduled for completion the following week, exactly one week from the day the job was started (meanwhile, my office furniture was stuck in the living room).  
    Following week, no call from Worldwide with a time frame for the arrival of the  contractors to finish the job.  Called Worldwide & they said my job was not on the schedule.  After another round of unanswered phone calls to the manager who was "helping" us we finally got the job scheduled -- for the next week.  So, now my office furniture is stuck in the living room for 2 full weeks.
    Needless to say, since the job was finished with flooring from a different dye lot the boards are not an exact match.  It is very close and I am happy with the way the room finally looks (and the contractor who finished the job was quick, thorough, put the furniture back & even offered to help hang the closet doors back up) but this was much more of a  hassle than any customer should be expected to take, not to mention it cost a lot more than the advertising would lead one to expect.  Overall, although the floor looks beautiful I do not think I would use Worldwide again, nor would I recommend them.

    - Christine A.
  • All of the positive reviews you have read so far are 100% for real. If you are needing hardwood floors re-done, stop "Angie-Listing" for other companies to compare with this one. Just hire these guys!
    - scott s.
  • He was unbelievable. I went on vacation and left him in my house and everything. He is very neat with the cleanup. It was done in a timely fashion. He said the floors would be done in a certain way and they were. The price was unbelievable.
    - ERIK I.
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  • They were amazing. They showed up on time, worked with us to get the color gray we wanted, and were very professional. I will definitely be working with them when I do my kitchen floors.
    - melissa p.
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    - Linda K.
  • Not good.  He was not committed to sell his service or provide any customer service.
    - Purvesh S.
  • Called for estimate.  He showed up when he said he would. Was honest and up front.
    - scott s.
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