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Best Flooring Companies in Abilene

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4429 Loop 322, Abilene, TX 79602 Rating

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5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Abilene Floors & More is a contracting company that offers flooring products and services to the residents of the metro and the surrounding communities. Clients can choose from several materials, including carpet, tile, laminate, and hardwood floors. Since its establishment over 15 years ago, it has expanded to also design and install cabinets and countertops for kitchens and bathrooms. Abilene Floors & More has a showroom featuring over 120 types of vinyl, laminate, and hardwood materials for clients to choose from.

  • Tile
  • Vinyl
  • Wood

4034 North 1st Street, Abilene, TX 79603 Rating

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4.0 (32)
5.0 (14)

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Callaway's Carpet is a flooring company with a professional installation team that has been providing its services to residential and commercial clients in Abilene and the surrounding areas since 1963. It is also a member of the National Tile Contractors Association. Its services include installation, in-home measurement, custom area rugs, flooring repairs, furniture removal, and carpet re-stretch. It also offers carpet disposal and area rug binding. In addition, it offers various types of flooring such as laminate, luxury vinyl, and natural stone.

  • Wood
  • Carpet

1497 Peach St, Abilene, TX 79605 Rating

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3.0 (6)

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Menke, Inc., is a flooring sales and installation company servicing residential and commercial clients in Abilene since 1979. It provides comprehensive flooring solutions for both DIY enthusiasts and commercial builders. Its products range from carpet, tile, hardwood to engineered hardwood, luxury vinyl, and custom area rugs. It also offers design consultation, rug binding, bathroom and kitchen remodeling, and carpet disposal. Menke also provides custom-tailored products and services parallel to its clients' personal styles and needs.

  • Tile
  • Wood
  • Carpet


  • Introduction

    Flooring is a vital part of both home decor and functionality. Old, damaged, worn, or dated flooring is unattractive and pose tripping hazards. Fortunately, there are many available flooring options that support easy installation by DIYers. Laminate flooring, vinyl tiles, and hardwood floors are a few popular selections. Get some helpful tips and information about these and other flooring choices for valuable guidance on restoring flooring in your home. 

  • What is the best way to clean hardwood floors?

    Sweep with a broom or dust mop regularly. Frequency depends on foot traffic and the amount of dust, dirt, and pet hair buildup. Mop hardwood floors with a damp cloth or sponge and liquid hardwood floor cleaner. Use a dry mop or cloth after mopping to remove any standing water. 

  • How do you install laminate flooring?

    Cut off the tongues of the boards that will lay against the walls with a utility knife or saw. Lay the first planks groove-side out 1/4-3/8 of an inch from the wall. Work from right to left, and use a rubber mallet and tapping block. Measure and saw planks as needed to fit.

  • How do you install vinyl plank flooring?

    Cut the tongues off the boards for the wall edge. Remove the adhesive backing and begin laying the planks in the corner, and leave a small gap. Cut the final plank to fit. Start the second row with a shorter piece to create a staggered pattern. Continue measuring and cutting as required.

  • How do you remove tile floor?

    Start by removing any furniture and fixtures from the room. Look for an exposed edge to start prying up the tile. Use a pole scraper, pry bar, or hammer and chisel to get between the tile and the subfloor. Break the adhesive seal and remove each of the tiles, piece by piece.

  • How do you install hardwood floors?

    Nail the first row of boards to the subfloor through the face with flooring nails. Do the same to the last row at the end. Fit the boards together with a mallet and tapping block, nailing the remaining rows through the tongues. Stagger the joints in each row. Trim the planks abutting the wall edges.

  • How do you refinish hardwood floors?

    Remove wobbly nails, tap down protruding ones, and fasten loose floorboards. Remove the molding. Run a belt sander along the grain using rough sandpaper. Move to increasingly finer grits with each pass. Apply an edger to the corners and edges. Smooth the wood with a floor buffer. Clean the surface, and finish with lacquer.