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Lumber Liquidators

8245 Backlick Rd
Lorton, VA 22079 703-339-1180

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My parents turned to them after another contractor let them down, and they... - Sep 11, 2019

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Select Carpet & Floors

8971 Ox Rd
Lorton, VA 22079 703-495-9200

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Fred Nazari,the owner, provided excellent product, service, and installation... - Sep 14, 2013

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Absolute Flooring

8170 Silverbrook Rd
Lorton, VA 22079 703-495-0960

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would use them again - Sep 07, 2017

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A&S Sales of Virginia

7001 Newington Rd #1
Lorton, VA 22079 703-783-2758

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American Restoration Svc

6825 Hill Park Dr Ste D
Lorton, VA 22079 703-880-8708

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This was a close one between recommend and not, but they did get the floor... - Aug 20, 2013

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Hamon Floor Service

8019 Apollo St
Lorton, VA 22079 703-339-7301

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Bill aided us in repairing a floor damaged by another contractor. He made... - Nov 30, 2013

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Olde World Painting

9224 Wrights Hollow Ln
Lorton, VA 22079 703-690-8906

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Poor follow through when trying to have them fix problems with the original... - Aug 14, 2011

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Sam's Floor Covering

8241 Backlick Rd
Lorton, VA 22079 703-339-8401

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