A1 Floors LLC joins The Women’s Center of Raleigh to Help Homeless Women

The staff at The Women's Center reached out to the team at A1FloorsNC.com for help with their building flooring

Raleigh, NC - November 6, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

A1 Floors LLC, a Raleigh, NC based discount flooring company, announces the partnership with The Women's Center in Raleigh, NC. The Women's Center has been helping homeless women since 1992 and has been singularly preoccupied with ending the cycle of trauma, abuse, violence, exploitation, and homelessness in adult women.

The Women's Center reached out to Mr. Kevin Marks, the owner of A1 Floors LLC and expressed their concern for their building which was under significant distress with poor lighting, old and worn out carpet flooring, and ultimately, a depressing environment.

A1 Floors LLC offered The Women's Center over 400 sq. ft. of brand-new carpet flooring, padding, and carpet installation; free of charge.

"Kevin responded to our request for volunteers and when we asked if he would be willing to donate his time and resources to rehabilitate our Multi-purpose room, he immediately said yes when most people would be quick to say no. He set up a meeting and met us at the center within the week to look at the space, take measurements and pick out the flooring. He was prompt, kind and readily available to accommodate our complicated logistics. Kevin's crew removed the previous flooring and disposed of it, replaced the carpet in the blink of an eye, they cleaned after themselves and even helped us put some of the heavier furniture back in the finished space. Everything looked beautiful and his employees were incredibly helpful and polite. On behalf of Director Brace Boone, and the rest of the staff and volunteers of the center we would like to extend our gratitude for giving back to an often-forgotten segment of the population. We are so blessed by the hands of those who give selflessly and cannot thank Kevin enough for a job beautifully done. The ladies at the center will now have another cozy functional room to learn different skills, enjoy movies, and even meet with counselors and all thanks to the generosity of A1 Floors,” stated a spokesperson from The Women’s Center.

The A1 Floors LLC, a premier flooring contractor in Raleigh is happy to help the center that is offering help and services for women in the community.


A1 Floors LLC in Raleigh, NC provides the Raleigh-Durham community with premium-grade flooring products and installation. Our flooring products include hardwood, vinyl, laminate, carpet, and more.

Contact Info:
Name: Kevin Marks
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Organization: A1 Floors LLC
Address: 1129 Corporation Pkwy #111, Raleigh, NC 27610
Phone: 919-921-8500
Website: https://www.a1floorsnc.com/

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