Flores Hardwood Floors: Interview with Francisco Flores, Owner (Part 2)

  1. What is the niche that makes you stand out above everybody else?
    I take the time with my clients in helping them choose the colors, tones, and types of woods that can be used for their floors, giving them the best value for their money.  I also take great care in moving the furniture and personal items.
  2. What products and/or services do you offer?
    Traditional wood floor installation, sanding and finishing, and hand distressed finishes.  We use our extensive experience in working with solid and engineered flooring in any species of wood such as Birch, Maple, Hickory, American Walnut, American Cherry, Santos Mahogany, and bamboo.  We provide great service installing wood borders, staircases, wood handrails, base molding, and crown molding and trim.
  3. What kind of promotions do you have?
    N/A
  4. What do you like about working in the Santa Clarita Valley?
    I like Santa Clarita Valley because it is a great place to raise a family and a great community to build a business.  You can see prosperity in our community.
  5. In terms of your business, what are you looking forward to in the coming year?
    I would like to show more people my business in the SCV, to be able to make them clients of Flores Hardwood Floors, and grow my business and become a successful company in the area just like so many other businesses have done.

Francis M. Unson

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