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Featured Testimonials

"Tony and Lakeside Flooring did a wonderful job putting in new floors for us in our dental office. From the beginning, Tony was very resourceful. He listened to our needs and desires to change the look and feel of the office. From that, he provided us with samples that were spot on."

"The new floors were done well and a guaranteed timely fashion. Tony and his crew even came by to make sure there were no concerns or touch ups needed."

"Lakeside Flooring is the one to choose when it comes to flooring! Thank you!"

Flower Mound Family Dentistry

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"We were very impressed with the professional service of your company, the quality of products and the reasonable pricing. We appreciate the timely installation, the sincerity of the installer and the follow-up. It has been a pleasure doing business with Lakeside Flooring."

"Our experience could not have been better. We are the envy of the neighborhood."

David & Debbie Guthmiller
Flower Mound, Texas

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Measuring Tips - Below is a quick reference guide to use when measuring your area(s) for all types of hardwood flooring and laminate flooring.

  • Step 1 - Measure the length and width from the longest distance and round up to the nearest foot. Multiply the length by the width to get square footage. For example, if your room is 15' wide and 15' long, multiply 15 x 15 for a total of 225 square feet (sq. ft.).
  • Step 2 -Multiply length by width of areas that will not be covered by flooring. In our example, our entry way (3 feet wide and 5 feet long) will not need hardwood flooring. Multiply the length by width (3 x 5 = 15).  Subtract from total square footage (225 sq. ft. – 15 sq. ft. = 210 sq. ft.).
  • Step 3 - Add 7% for installations requiring 1,000 sq. ft. of material or more. Add 10% to installations requiring less than 1,000 sq. ft.  In our example, multiply 210 x .10 determine the amount of waste at 10%. Total material for our example is 210 + 21 = 231 sq. ft.
  • Step 4 - On delivery day, the flooring will arrive in individual, easy-to-manage cases. To determine the number of cases to order, divide the flooring material required by the sq. ft. per case. For example, if a case contains 27.42 sq. ft., divide the total square footage by 27.42 to get the quantity of cases (231 / 27.42 = 8.42 cases). We round up 9 cases. The remaining product is used for emergency purposes such as water damage, etc.
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