Chicagoland Flooring

Serving Chicago

5547 N Linder Ave
Chicago, IL 60630

Main (773) 775-8577

Business Hours


More about Chicagoland Flooring

We provide full hardwood flooring service in Chicago and through the suburbs. We are NWFA certified professional:

* Certified Flooring Installer

* Certified Floor Sand and Finisher

* Certified Flooring Inspection

Please take a look at the service benefits we offer:

* Technical knowledge and training at installation, sanding and finishing of hardwood flooring
* Honesty and integrity in dealing with customers. We have been rewarded for achieving and maintaining a superior service. The best proof of our quality services are satisfied clients and beautiful hardwood floors. Can other companies present record of very good customer satisfaction?
* We carry up to $2 million liability and workmanship insurance. Available upon request.
* We are professional member of: National Wood Flooring Association and Wilmette Chamber of Commerce.
* With over 40 years in the business, we are the perfect choice for all your hardwood and laminate flooring in the whole Chicagoland area for both commercial: stores, malls, and residential clients.
* When it comes to natural beauty it's hard to beat the look and warmth of a real hardwood floor. Let us help you choose the right wood floor for your decor and lifestyle. north shore Lake Cook DuPage Kane

Since: Oct 10

Chicago, IL

#1 Oct 5, 2010
These guys did a great professional job for a great price. I was very happy with their work. It started with quick, competitive estimate. They made sure that we understood the price breakdown exactly. Our hardwood floors look great.

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