I had laminate flooring delivered by a big box store, the installer arrived on the day of installation & said he could not do the work because all of the furniture had to be out. They move nothing, so the order of laminate was returned. Nice of them to tell me the day the work was to be done. I know someone who had laminate flooring installed a few years ago & asked who did it. Town Square Floors was the company. I live in Cedar Park, so I would not have thought to look for a flooring company in Georgetown. I dealt with Ray who came out and did the measuring, and the job is now done. The installers were very good, arrived on time, worked quickly and efficiently, and I love the flooring. Everyone I dealt with at Town Square Floors was helpful and polite. As many others probably believe, I thought that buying from a "big box" store would be less expensive than buying from a small (by comparison) flooring company. Ray told me that Town Square Floor's prices are generally 10% LOWER! His price for laminate saved me $365 over the laminate that I wound up returning. I should mention that the laminate I ordered from the big box store was on sale, and the laminate from Town Square Floors was not. One must also consider that on top of the saving, Town Square Floors' installers move furniture, and that is worth a LOT. The big box store's installer told me that what people do is rent a "POD" for a couple of days while the flooring is installed. I would have had to hire a mover to move the furniture from the living room, dining room, and bedroom into the POD & have it sit in the driveway for 2 days, and I would have had to have "lived" upstairs in the bedroom for that time. This is crazy! I may soon have carpet replaced in the upstairs bedrooms, and I have already decided to have Town Square Floors do the job because Ray knows flooring, and I feel confident that he will help me choose the right carpet. The carpet that was replaced (from a big box store) wore extremely poorly, appearing dirty when it was clean. I have a carpet shampooer & cleaned the carpet myself at least 30 times in 3+ years and did not wear shoes in the house. Ray used a comb & combed the part that looked dirty in the opposite direction, and it appeared clean! He explained about "pivot points" and how carpet wears to make it appear less than attractive and clean. The big box stores will not tell you what you need to know until the day their installers arrive. Unfair. Both of the ones I have dealt with will tell you the day of installation that they don't move electronics, pianos, or mirrors, so be prepared, but a better idea is to deal with Town Square Floors where you will be in good hands. I will use them in the future whenever I need any kind of flooring replaced.