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Flooring By James
Flooring By James is a business providing services in the field of Floors & Flooring Contractors. Flooring By James is located in Bryan, TX on 1525 East 29th Street.
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$$ SAVE MONEY $$ on your flooring costs. You buy the flooring where you choose, at the price that's right for you. Call us to install it. Savings, every time!* Carpet installation, restretching and repairs.* Laminate and hardwood installation.* Installation of ceramic and vinyl tile, vinyl plank and vinyl composition tile(V.C.T.)** Call for a quote, or to set up a free estimate ** References gladly provided **(936) 661-4458.
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Helpful Tip for: Floors & Flooring Contractors
Flooring contractors are available in Bryan. The floor is the walking surface. Of any building structure, it is the floor that is subject to the most abuse and wear and tear. Therefore, they have to be strongly built, using durable materials. Flooring contractors are professionals who install floors for either residential, industrial or commercial properties, or for all of them. Flooring material used can vary widely, such as vinyl, hardwood, ceramic, tile, cement, terra cotta, slate and marble. Each has its own relative durability, strength and maintenance needs.
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