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F2 Flooring

Frederick, MD 21701 240-674-6295

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Majestic Wood Floors

5715 Industry Ln Ste 3
Frederick, MD 21704 301-694-9992

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Excellent quality and management on a complex job (in my house) that combined... - Sep 18, 2012

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Petersen's Carpet & Flooring

1060 W Patrick St
Frederick, MD 21703 301-698-4789

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Purchased cork flooring for entry and garage halls plus kitchen. Nice range... - Dec 08, 2014

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5th Avenue Floors

519 Culler Ave
Frederick, MD 21701 301-698-7250

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Home Depot

5517 Urbana Pike
Frederick, MD 21704 301-620-0571

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I had a luxury vinyl plank floor installed in my kitchen. The job took longer... - Aug 30, 2015

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Potomac Tile & Carpet

918 N East St
Frederick, MD 21701 301-694-0288

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