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New location and new name for A-1 Flooring


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The Emery County Business Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting for A-1 Flooring in Castle Dale. The store has been operating in Emery County for 10 years now, and recently expanded to the former Magnuson Lumber building in Castle Dale at 515 East Main.

The store is owned and operated by Tiffany and Jon Sorensen. They have all the latest syles and name brand products. They install carpet, vinyl, wood flooring and tile. No job is too small or too large. They install residential and commercial. They have a large variety of carpet and vinyl choices. They have many product samples at the store and they encourage everyone to come in and check out the choices. The store offers modern up to date choices for your new home or to give a fresh look to your existing home. Tiffany said they specialize in quality products and customer satisfaction. A-1 Flooring employs Jamie Murdoch and Becky Nelson in the office and Sean Sasser helps with carpet installation. Contact A-1 Flooring at 381-2322 or 749-0792.

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