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Where to buy flooring in Southern California?

Posted by robyn31 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 16, 09 at 13:14

Hello to all! I am new to this forum and am seeking advice. My husband and I have decided its time to replace the old worn out carpet in our living room and den, and to replace the "dated" tile in our kitchen. We are feeling a bit overwhelmed with the many flooring locations and vendors we have to choose from. Obviously this is a huge investment, and we want to choose wisely. We are located in Southern California.
Any advice or input would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for your time!

-Robyn


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RE: Where to buy flooring in Southern California?

so I have been doing some research and I found CarpetWagon.com, but I don't know of anyone who has used them before. They come to your home, which I like as we are so constricted with our spare time, and they have a wide variety of high quality brands at low prices. Anyone in the greater Los Angeles area know anything about them?

Here is a link that might be useful: CarpetWagon.com's home page


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RE: Where to buy flooring in Southern California?

"Southern California" is a pretty big place. Whereabouts are you? LA? OC? San Diego?


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RE: Where to buy flooring in Southern California?

We're in Orange County and need a good tile installer for two small bathrooms. We're just doing floors that currently have sheet vinyl, and replacing the toilets. I can get tile at one of the tile sellers in Anaheim, but have no idea who to call or installation. There will be nothing fancy about the job, but I want it done right. Any names of people you trust in the area?


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