Woodruff Floors, LLC

Woodruff Floors is a proud flooring contractor that provides quality flooring installations in and around Orlando, FL. Our team is comprised of experienced, certified, and knowledgeable flooring industry professionals. Our flooring contractors specialize in tile installation, hardwood floor installation, bathroom tile installation, shower tile installation, laminate floor installation, tile removal, hardwood removal, and thinset removal. We believe that effective planning is crucial to the successful completion of any flooring installation and floor removal project. Our team of knowledgable flooring professionals will assess your goals and work with you to maintain a high standard of quality throughout the entire process. Save money on your next flooring project by contacting us today!

Arthur P.

Review of Alan's Roofing by

· Spring Hill

We've used Alan's Roofing before and the work was good then and it's good now!

Steve C.

Review of John Anderson Building Contractor, Inc. by

· Clearwater Beach

From the moment we met John, we felt comfortable with him. He was very thorough and attentive to our needs. His proposal was very detailed and gave us options based on different price levels. He delivered on 100% of his promises and did so in a timely manner. When we did hit a snag, John didn't... more

Dexter M.

Review of Shingle Masters Roofing & Construction Services, Inc by

· Riverview

True professionals. Tell them what you need, ask questions if unsure and they will work with you. I had a pleasant experience and I will not hesitate to recommend them to anyone.

Jane R.

Review of Window World of Tampa by

· San Antonio

They had to break my windows in order to remove them otherwise work went smoothly.

We're redoing my parents roof and their chimney needs some repair work as well. Is it better to do the masonry work before or after we do the rest of the roof?
Jul 27, 2018
Definitely before you do the roof, masonary work and any flashing around the chimney should be done prior to starting on the roofing.
I have a 50 gal. gas Bradford water heater in my house that is almost 12 years old. I want to replace in the near future. What are my non-tankless options?

Learn why professional home builders and home improvement contractors join our community of quality.

Get started