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Carpet Store Atlanta


Flacks Flooring is your number one destination in Atlanta for premium yet affordable carpet, carpet tiles, hardwoods and other flooring. Come check out their showroom right at Georgia 400. Serving both residential and commercial customers.

Flacks Flooring a carpet store in Atlanta, opened in 1993 in the Old Matt Schoolhouse on Bannister Rd. At the time they sold new and used carpets. Contractors and rental property owners soon found them to be a great source for carpet, whether it was for one room or a whole house.

Throughout the 90s they continued to add products that they stocked, like vinyl, hardwoods, and laminate floors. In addition to stocking these products, they were also expanding their installer network to be able to install these products.

During this time of expansion, customers found Flacks Flooring - Cumming a great resource for new flooring and installation for not only rental properties but also their primary residence.

In 2001, Flacks Flooring - Cumming moved from the Old Matt Schoolhouse to their current location on Ga. Hwy 400. This allowed them to expand their inventory and services. At the time they moved into their new location, their buying power was to the point that they could purchase new carpet close to the price of used. At that point they discontinued selling used carpet and focused on new carpet, vinyl, hardwoods and laminate floors.

Flacks Flooring - Cumming's growth has always been about changing and adapting to their customer's needs. One thing, however, will never change. They value every customer, and you'll know it the minute you walk in the door.

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Information Assumed Accurate On: Mar 17, 2013

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