Mesa AZ Hardwood Floor Dry Climate Expert Installation Service Announced

ENMAR Hardwood Flooring has announced that they can provide industry-leading hardwood flooring services for local Mesa, Arizona customers. The services are ideal for anybody that wants new flooring.

Gilbert, United States - February 20, 2018 /PressCable/ —

ENMAR Hardwood Flooring have announced that they can help local customers with hardwood flooring services around the Mesa, Arizona area. ENMAR Hardwood Flooring offer various flooring services such as the installation of hardwood flooring, refinishing and repairing of flooring and other hardwood flooring services. The services are ideal for anybody wanting to redesign their floors or anyone that needs help maintaining them and making their flooring look better again.

More information can be found at: https://enmarflooring.com

Hardwood flooring is and always has been a very popular method of design of flooring and is not only popular but visually appealing and generally easy to maintain and clean too. Within recent years, the trends of hardwood flooring has taken a turn towards dark and cool tones, especially in late 2017 and early 2018.

Darker trends tend to be favoured for looks, but is very difficult to maintain and wash. This has driven gray colored flooring, gray blends and whitewashed tones to become very popular, as they are good looking and easy to maintain.

ENMAR started as a company dedicated to keeping customers happy by providing the best wood flooring products available, supported by experienced installation and craftsmanship.

Furthermore, ENMAR provide a guarantee on the services provided, and since 1975, it has been serving Arizona homeowners and businesses with high-quality products, great and timely installation as well as being customer service driven. ENMAR is now recognized nationally as a leader in design and wood flooring installation. Their installers are experts in dry climate wood flooring installs.

Visitors will find that ENMAR is very customer service driven and that there are various reviews that can be found on the site, as well as on other review sites such as Yelp.

Customers that have left reviews on Yelp often mention great customer service, stating that ENMAR let customers take samples home to study and try in the home, as well as the extra effort that was put into installation of the flooring. Many reviews also state how they would definitely recommend ENMAR to friends and family, as they are very dedicated at provided great attention to detail.

Additional information can be found at https://yelp.com/biz/enmar-hardwood-flooring-gilbert

Contact Info:
Name: Brian Flynn
Email: brian@enmarflooring.com
Organization: ENMAR Hardwood Flooring
Address: 560 E Germann Rd Suite 105, Gilbert, Arizona 85297, United States
Phone: +1-480-497-1633

For more information, please visit https://enmarflooring.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 302570

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