Carpet Den did an excellent job on my wood flooring. They provided new wood for the back part of my house (the den). They got it installed and then sanded the existing wood in my front rooms. After it was all stained and everything else they do, it looks like I have ALL new flooring throughout my house. The price was good and I'm so pleased. Thanks to everyone at Carpet Den for a job well done.
232 Franklin RdFranklin, TN 37064
From Business: McCalls Carpet One Floor & Home is a locally-owned flooring store in Franklin, TN offering a wide selection of carpet, hardwood, vinyl and tile floors. Our expert…
224 S Royal Oaks BlvdFranklin, TN 37064
From Business: Home Services at The Home Depot is the top choice for home installation, replacement, and repair services in Franklin, TN. Our local contractors serve 37067 and t…
It is 1:44 pm and the installer just left and said they would not been back today to finish the job. On a job that was supposed to be finished today. REALLY
Horrible!! The product does not hold up and the service is terrible. we were told that any touch ups will cost $450 because he thinks we have a product on our floor. This is not true. Now we are left with a floor that cannot be touched up as promised. Very disappointing. We wish we would have payed a little more originally and had it refinished the right way.
we had a 50 year old house with hardwood floors under old carpet. we hired Mr. sandless to refinish them and to make them look new and shiny. when he arrived he took about 10 minutes and assured me and my wife that he will do as much as he can, but our floors are in bad shape and all the inperfections and stains wont come completly out (chalk one up for honesty). we figured he cant make them look worse than they already do, so we let Doug do the job. he arrived at 8:45 and was done at 5:30. when I came back home he was letting the final coat dry and allowed me to peek in. the rooms that had the least damage looked amazing and the floors that were severely damaged looks better but not flawless. I was disappointed to say the least. once we moved in our furniture and had a chance to live with them for a day or so we learned to love the "character" that the floors have, I mean its a 50 year old floor, its not supposed to look new. long story short, if you have bad floors and dont want to shell out 4 grand on a resand and have to move out of your house for a week for "new" floors, then go mr. sandless all the way. If your floors look good, just dull and worn, Mr. Sandless is an awesome alternative to sanding. I would recomend Doug and his company to my friends. I am proud of my floors and am glad I saved about 2500 bucks on new floors.