Carpet Cleaning Flooring has
provided Chantilly hardwood floor installation services
since 2002. The professional Hardwood Floor Installation services
provided by A+ Carpet Cleaning Flooring will
afford the sense of warmth and elegance of hardwood flooring
to any room.
You can rely on A+ Carpet Cleaning Flooring for
the best in wood flooring and installation. One competitive price
covers everything from start to finish, and we'll handle the project
in three simple steps.
1. Hardwood Floor Selection
Get an idea of the wood floor
that best meets your needs. Then call us and provide the measurements
of your existing floors (including any closets). One of our flooring
associates will help you select your new flooring and give you
an approximate price. If you don't see what you like, they can
special order just about anything you want. With your agreement,
we'll schedule an in-home visit to verify conditions and confirm
2. In-Home Measurement
A flooring professional will visit your home to
check the measurements. Once the measurements are confirmed, we will
update your order, call you with the final estimate (There is no
fee for the measurement of your flooring nor the estimate of the
price of your installation).
3. Professional Installation
On the day of installation, our professional installers
will be courteous, efficient and on time. They will install your
new wood floor, clean up and vacuum the area, and remove old flooring
and all installation-related debris. When the work is done, the installers
will inspect the flooring with you and explain care, maintenance
What could be easier? And with A+ Carpet Cleaning Flooring you
can be assured we stand behind our products and our services.
Improvement Made Easy. Quality. Value. Guaranteed**.
Hardwood Floor Installation at its best is available now!
A+ Carpet Cleaning Flooring
Call us at (571) 330-3849
a free estimate.
Chantilly, VAChantilly was home to a number of colonial plantations in the 1700s, including "Sully," built by Richard Bland Lee I, George Richard Lee Turberville's "Leeton," and the John Hutchison Farm
Growth of the village predominantly occurred during the 19th century, particularly following the construction of Little River Turnpike (Route 236) to Winchester
During the American Civil War on S