Is All About Floors insured?
Yes! We are a Licensed, Bonded and Insured flooring company.
What type of flooring do you carry?
We carry carpet, hardwood, laminate, luxury vinyl, sheet vinyl/Linoleum, waterproof flooring products, ceramic/porcelain tiles, mosaics and natural stone. The brands that we carry are: Anderson TufTex, Armstrong, Axis Core, The Betsy Ross Collection, Chesapeake, Coastal, Congoleum, Coretec, Florida Tile, Hearthscapes – The Original Coretec, Floorte, Harris Wood, Horizon, Impressions, IVC, Milliken, Mohawk, Mullican, Natural Traditions – Carolina Mountain, Nova Flooring, Prolex, Quick Step, and Shaw We have access to these manufacturers’ full product stack. If you don’t see what you’re looking for on our site, or in store – let us know, and we can order it for you.
What kind of Payment Options do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards: Visa, Discovery, MasterCard, American Express, and PayPal. We also offer financing through Wells Fargo and Synchrony Bank.
Why can’t I find the product I am looking for on your products page?
The main focus of our product page is to give the guest a starting point. It is meant to give you some ideas and inspiration to help you get pointed in the right direction when trying to figure out exactly what you want for your home, office, apartment, etc. If you see something on another site, or in another store that we do not have on our site – we can order it for you, and most likely we already do carry the product. We can get most anything you’d like. We also have products in store that are not on our products page such as remnants, dropped, discontinued and Off Goods at deeply discounted prices!
What services does All About Floors provide?
We provide installations, flooring consultation, financing, free estimates, repairs, custom rugs, we have superior knowledge in flooring, and for you do-it-yourselfers we are also a retailer with two showroom locations in Mayodan, NC and Reidsville, NC. We will also rent out equipment, and teach you how to install your product. *(Make locations clickable) All About Floors works in Residential and Commercial, Boats, and RVs. Wherever there is a floor – we’re there.
Does All About Floors offer financing?
Yes we do! We understand that having your floors redone can be quite the financial task. Here at All About Floors we provide financing through Wells Fargo and Synchrony Bank. One of our knowledgeable employees can walk you through the process, and set up financing tailored to your needs. Any discounts or free interest (with monthly payments only) deals may vary. Reach out to us about any questions you may have.
What type of flooring do you recommend?
This all depends on where in the home or office the flooring will go (we wouldn’t suggest laying carpet in a bathroom), your budget, and most importantly your personal style dictates the answer to this question. Our knowledgeable team is ready to answer any inquiries you may have. We understand that purchasing new flooring can be a somewhat overwhelming and daunting task. That’s why we’re here and have been in business for well over two decades! You know your family, we know your floors.
We are more do-it-yourselfers, can we just buy the flooring material from All About Floors?
Absolutely! You can visit us at any of our two showroom retail locations. We have showrooms in Mayodan, NC and Reidsville, NC. *(Make locations clickable) Or give us a call! Come on in for cash and carry. We will also rent out equipment, and teach you how to install your product.
Does All About Floors have a showroom?
Yes. We have two showroom locations in both Mayodan, NC and Reidsville, NC. *(Make locations clickable)
What areas do you service?
We proudly serve Mayodan, Madison, Stoneville, Ellisboro, Reidsville, Williamsburg, Monroeton, Winston-Salem, Greensboro and Eden, North Carolina. In addition, All About Floors has done thousands of jobs in other areas as well. We’re all inclusive! From the coast of NC and SC, to Martinsville, Danville, and Stuart in the state of Virginia to name a few. Yes! We have our passport to get into Virginia. We understand that finding a good flooring company can be difficult, and we’re here to help you – no matter where you’re located.
Does All About Floors do Residential and Commercial?
Yes. We do both residential and commercial projects. We also work on Boats, and RVs.
Does All About Floors carry maintenance and cleaning products?
Yes. We carry several maintenance and cleaning products. They are listed below:
- General Clean-Up Fully Concentrated All Purpose Cleaner
- Colonel Brassy Industrial Strength Hard Surface Cleaner
- Congoleum Bright ‘n Easy No Rinse Cleaner & Floor Polish
- Mannington High Gloss Polish for Vinyl Flooring, Mannington Rinse Free Cleaner for Vinyl Flooring, Mannington Heavy Duty Cleaner & Stripper for Vinyl Flooring
- Sure Shine Cleaner for Residential Vinyl Floors
- Shaw Floors Carpet Stain & Soil Remover, Shaw Floors Hard Surface Floor Cleaner for Ceramic, Laminate, Hardwood, & Luxury Vinyl (Also in a No-Rinse version), Shaw Floors Mop
- Mohawk Floors Care Essential Carpet Care Kit
- Armstrong ShineKeeper Resilient Floor Finish, Armstrong Once ‘n Done Concentrated Resilient & Ceramic Floor Cleaner, Armstrong New Beginning Resilient Deep Cleaning Floor Stripper
- Coretec Encore Care for Luxury Vinyl Flooring
- Bona Hardwood Floor Cleaner
What is the difference between Vinyl and Luxury Vinyl?
First and foremost, both are made from… drumroll… Vinyl. Vinyl and Luxury Vinyl contain four layers. However, Luxury Vinyl uses much more material and is 5 times as thick. This allows the Luxury Vinyl to have more detail (better looking) and be more durable than regular Vinyl. Luxury vinyl floors are usually sold as planks (wood look) or tiles (stone/ceramic looks). They use an embossing process and a better picture quality to look less artificial and more like a natural stone or hardwood floor than the Vinyl counterpart. “Vinyl” comes on rolls typically 12′ in width (limited styles available in 13′ 6” and 15′ 6″ widths), but is also available as 6′ commercial goods. Slick/smooth subfloors are paramount for Rolled goods as they are basically a thick wallpaper for the floor!
How long do estimates take?
This all depends on the availability of the customer. Once on site, depending on the size of the job, measurements usually take a half an hour to an hour. From beginning to end the estimate will be written out within an hour and half of arrival for Residential. For a commercial job, depending on the size of the job, measurements and getting an estimate together will vary. For both Boats and RVs, depending on the size of the job, measurements usually take a half an hour to an hour. From beginning to end the estimate will be written out within an hour and half of arrival.
Does All About Floors use adhesives that have low emissions?
The only adhesive we use that has emissions would be contact adhesive. However, we would only use this for jobs that are outside. (i.e. a deck area) When the outdoor carpet needs to go vertically over and down a lip of a floor, and with the environmental elements, contact adhesive is the strongest. All of the adhesives we would use for indoor installations have next to no emissions. Free of harmful chemicals. Adhesives have come a long way from when they would include asbestos. In general, if you do have a sensitive sense of smell – let your home, apartment, or office air out for about 48 hours. However, even to the most sensitive, this should never be an issue. As a side note, some carpets can emit a scent. If you are sensitive to smells, let us know. Weeks prior to the install we would roll out the carpet material to be used, let it lay out in our warehouse and airout with industrial fans blowing across it. We will also vacuum, and repeat this process as many times as needed to make sure the smell is reduced as much as possible before installation.
Does All About Floors offer any warranties?
We offer a “No Wrinkles Warranty”! If at ‘anytime’ you have a pucker (wrinkle) appear- call us to correct/stretch the carpet.
Why should we choose All About Floors, instead of going to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Empire Flooring – where they have cheap or free installation?
This is a very in-depth question to answer only in a few sentences. We have written an entire article on this topic alone. Please give it a read here.