Stay away from Able and Ready if its for flooring. Lowe's of Prescott uses them, so we had no choice. Able and Ready uses Jim Bizek of KJB Custom Interiors to lay flooring. A 1 day job turned into 7 weeks and then we still went with someone else. When Jim arrived the 1st time he couldn't lay the flooring because Lowe's put it in the garage so it wasn't acclimated. The next time Jim arrived he removed the toilet in the master and said there was moisture throughout the floor and possible mold. He went on to say our floors were not level and that we would need the current vinyl removed. He would have to return to grind down the underneath concrete. We removed all the vinyl and there was no moisture and no mold. Jim returned a week or so later only to say he would not grind the floors because of fear of asbestos or fiberglass in the remnants left on the floor. Our home was built in 2005, thus there's no fear of asbestos. We took samples of the particles Jim feared to two different places and they said the black backing was embossing leveler and that the sparkles were the manufacturer's glue identifier. Amey from Lowe's told us she would talk to Turc at Able and Ready regarding Jim's fears. More than a week later he again returned and said someone (?) had told him we had it professionally tested for asbestos. We had not. Even after he spoke with Turc and Byron at Able and Ready he again refused to grind the floors stating that no one would sign off for liability. In the meantime, his helper ripped up, broke and disposed of flooring transition pieces that were attached to flooring we were not having replaced. It became obvious at that point either Jim didn't know what he was doing or as many have said, he simply didn't want to do the job. At that point, we decided we were done with Jim, Able and Ready and Lowe's. We returned all the material for a full refund. Since then another flooring company has come in, said the exact same thing about there being no asbestos and that the black and sparkles were embossing and glue identifier. In addition, they said the kitchen floor did not need grinding and said rather than grinding the master bath floor, it could be easily floated. That’s the short story of it all, but consider yourself warned about using Lowe's in Prescott as long as they use Able and Ready to install flooring.