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B and B Floor

8430 Alban Rd
Springfield, VA 22150 703-451-8925

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Great family owned & operated company that has taken care of us for more... - Nov 10, 2020

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Hatcher's Floors

7655 Fullerton Rd
Springfield, VA 22153 703-451-0459

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Disappointed with their work. - Jun 12, 2017

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Acme Floors

5405 Port Royal Rd #A
Springfield, VA 22151 703-328-9005

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Phone is always busy. - Jul 14, 2014

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US Floors

5226 Port Royal Rd
Springfield, VA 22151 703-425-7500

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House of Interiors

5252 Port Royal Rd
Springfield, VA 22151 703-321-8600

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Very happy with the work they did with carpet installation. They were recommended... - Jan 30, 2012

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Axton Floors

PO Box 5084
Springfield, VA 22150 703-569-5707

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Highly recommended. However my contract carried a different contractors' address,... - Aug 22, 2013

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Builders Floor Service

7904 Yarnwood Ct
Springfield, VA 22153 703-569-6000

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Pick some other company to do your new floor installation. These people make... - Mar 20, 2012

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Todd Lalich & Associates

7415 Forest Hunt Ct
Springfield, VA 22153 703-455-9427

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Very happy with work that Todd & his crew ever did @ our house. We had him... - Jan 30, 2012

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AC Flooring

7401 Fullerton Rd # U
Springfield, VA 22153 703-912-6595

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Floorcraft

8202 Terra Grande Ave
Springfield, VA 22153 703-440-8800

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Golden Eagle Carpet

6671 Backlick Rd
Springfield, VA 22150 703-644-6292

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J & J Floor

7631 Fullerton Rd # 5
Springfield, VA 22153 703-440-8485

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Mark Flooring

7417 Barkers Ct
Springfield, VA 22153 571-334-5805

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Solid work and very dependable. - Jan 14, 2010

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Mr Floor

5617 Industrial Dr #D
Springfield, VA 22151 703-813-5667

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Pyramid Granite

7956 Twist Ln #C
Springfield, VA 22153 703-455-5757

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I always check Consumers Checkbook before I commit to have any work done in... - Jul 19, 2018

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Tile Shop

6715 Spring Mall Rd
Springfield, VA 22150 703-971-0169

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