Dallas Flooring Warehouse Featured in Floor Covering Weekly Magazine

Dallas Flooring Warehouse is featured in the latest article by Floor Covering Weekly about selling flooring materials in Texas,

Dallas, United States - February 13, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Floor Covering Weekly is featuring Dallas Flooring Warehouse in their “Selling Traditional in Texas” article of February 6, 2018. The article by Rayne DeFalco discusses the history of John Stacy and his family owned and operated flooring warehouse superstores in Texas. Mr. Stacy shares his philosophies and knowledge based on a lifetime of experience in the flooring industry covering current trends ranging from the shift away from laminates toward soft surfaces such as LVT, “luxury vinyl tile”, to the importance of a having an excellent reputation and a robust online presence.

“Many of the products we carry have a traditional style which appeals to the Southwest crowd. Solid hardwood flooring with a hand scraped texture is very popular. Of course, the demand for carpet is huge and that’s why we keep a massive in stock inventory ready for installation as soon as next day”, says John Stacy, owner of Dallas Flooring Warehouse.

The article also highlights WWII veteran and centenarian, Chester Hollingsworth. Chester is known as “The Oldest Working Man in America”. He works two days a week at the Dallas Flooring Warehouse showroom pricing, doing inventory, setting up samples on the sales floor and even selling. A life-long Texas Rangers fan, Chester was recently given the honor of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the Texas Rangers game in Arlington on October 3, 2017.

“Chester is a legend in the industry and a true Texas treasure!”, Stacy says, “We are honored to have him on our team.”.

“To celebrate the publication of the featured Floor Covering Weekly article Dallas Flooring Warehouse is offering Scotch Oak 12.33mm hand scraped laminate flooring at $1.15 per square foot and Bright Lights 6mil wood-look vinyl plank flooring at $0.40 per square foot while supplies last. A 500 square foot minimum purchase is required. Dallas Flooring Warehouse is open to the public allowing anyone to get the deep discounts that normally only contractors receive.”, says Johnny Carpet, spokesman for Dallas Flooring Warehouse.

Dallas Flooring Warehouse is a first-quality discount warehouse flooring store offering carpet installation, hardwood floors, laminate flooring, LVP luxury vinyl plank, WPC flooring, flooring tile, granite and stone catering to commercial developers, house flippers, investors, apartments and homeowners. They specialize in warehouse pricing on new flooring and also provide complete flooring installation services. Their five locations in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex are Dallas Flooring Warehouse 8717 Directors Row Dallas, TX 75247 by phone (214) 205-0116, Dallas Flooring Warehouse 5333 TX-121 #149 The Colony, TX 75056 by phone: (469) 444-1184, Dallas Flooring Warehouse 1217 TX-114 #118 Grapevine, TX 76051 by phone 817-416-9888, Dallas Flooring Warehouse 111 Central Expy S #119 Allen, TX 75013 by phone (214) 383-1144 and Dallas Flooring Warehouse 4321 E Hwy 377 Granbury, TX 76049 by phone (817) 754-1866. For more information about Dallas Flooring Warehouse visit their website at https://dallasflooringwarehouse.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Johnny Carpet
Email: contact@dallasflooringwarehouse.com
Organization: Dallas Flooring Warehouse
Address: 8717 Directors Row, Dallas, TX 75247, United States
Phone: +1-214-205-0116

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

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 299340

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