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1111 Route 47 South, Rio Grande, NJ 08242

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Susan Dann

Posted on Google

Published Feb 07, 2021

Avalon Flooring, Rio Grande, NJ (review 2/6/21) We recently used Avalon Flooring for our condominium flooring in Wildwood Crest. We ordered Karastan carpet (Cascade Views) and COREtec flooring (Grande Premium XL). We had a great experience with the whole team and overall are very happy with the products installed. Main team who helped us before and after the install: John, Manager Michelle, Sales Steve, Estimator Patty, Scheduler Subcontractor - Installed Carpet: Floorscapes by Thomas Subcontractor - Installed CoreTec: ASAP Floors (Marcus main contact) Had I not mentioned to John I was so impressed with how well everyone worked together, and seemed so vested, I would have never known they are all actually Owners. Sounds like the original founder of Avalon Flooring set that up before he passed away. Note: I've attached pictures hoping they might help someone. Picture 1) The Karastan carpet has sections in two rooms that look like seams but they are not and they are not marks from the way carpet was rolled. Steve is hoping the carpet will relax over time. Steve did note it in our file in case it does not relax | for warranty purposes (fingers crossed). They don't just leave you hanging after install, they follow through. Pictures 2&3) This particular style of COREtec will need thresholds and transition pieces. Take time to understand the transition and thresholds ahead of time. We kept the original tile in our kitchen. Our dining room, living room and hall surround the kitchen. COREtec transition pieces only run a certain length so if seam(s) are going to bother you ask about it (I think they used "T-Moldings"). Picture 4) For bath threshold they cut and tweaked a "Baby Threshold" to fit in front of the marble. 5) For the bedrooms used a normal "Reducer Threshold" I believe. 6) We decided not to replace our floor trim so they added shoe molding (not a quarter round). We would use Avalon Flooring again.

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