Flooring Showroom In Baltimore
The husband and wife team of Jim and Gerri Boyd founded the business in 1970, trading as Jim Boyd’s Carpet World in the Baltimore, MD area. In 1998, the company moved to their current modern 11,500 sq. ft. flooring showroom and warehouse in Timonium, MD offering sales, and installation for a wide selection of quality Hardwood, Ceramic, Porcelain, Tile, Vinyl, Laminate, Luxury, Area Rugs and Carpet
In 1999, Jim and Gerri joined the national buying co-op Flooring America. This affiliation provides our customers with an even greater selection of flooring, more competitive pricing and extended warranties.
Our Carpet and Flooring Store serves the needs of both residential homeowners and business customers, including many interior designers, interior decorators, and home builders. One factor setting the company apart is their strong emphasis on superior customer service. Jim Boyd’s business philosophy is based on treating customers and employees with the utmost consideration.
Jim Boyd is frequently seen on the sales floor assisting customers. Jim states we are like a family here. From our installers to our warehouse people to our sales team to our office staff; we like to hug our customers. Based on the solid growth curve enjoyed by Jim Boyd’s Flooring America, their customers must like to hug back.
Jim and Gerri’s daughter, Dana Pflugrad, has joined this family team at Jim Boyd’s Flooring America. Dana was a stay-at-home mom for several years before returning to work.
Our sales manager at Jim Boyd’s Flooring America, Larry Hunt, is also an important member of our team. Larry has been with our company for over 10 years and has been instrumental in building the business. Larry will always greet you with a big smile and warm welcome.
Please feel free to stop by and see our wide selection of the finest name brands of flooring. From our Timonium store location, we serve companies and homeowners throughout the Baltimore area, including Brooklandville, Cockeysville, Lutherville, Monkton, Parkton, Phoenix, Sparks Glencoe, Stevenson, White Hall, and Towson.