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Sparkle Floors & Carpet

908-464-2653 | 451 Park Ave. | Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

www.sparklefloorsandcarpet.com | peter@sparklefloorsandcarpet.com

Posted March 28, 2016 By

Sparkle Floors and Carpet is a family owned and operated business that has been serving the NY/NY metro area since 1996.

We began our business as Sparkle Me Clean and changed to Sparkle Floors and Carpet in 2015 to truly reflect the broad range of our business. We credit our success and strong continual growrth to our loyal customers, who always refer us to their family and friends.

Overtime, our customers have shared with us the top 10 reasons they do business with us:

  1. We are licensed
  2. We are owner operated
  3. We are fully insured
  4. We have state of the art equipment
  5. Our floor refinishing is DUSTLESS!
  6. Our people are professional and fully trained
  7. Our people are neat, punctual and DO NOT SMOKE!
  8. We have competitive pricing
  9. We use ecologically friendly products
  10. We offer a 100% guarantee you can stand on!

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