Floors and Kitchens Today aims to be the best flooring store, and best carpet store, in Auburn, Massachusetts. How do we do this? Well, first and foremost, we offer incredible customer service. From the moment you first search for a flooring store near you, or perhaps want to find the best carpet store in Auburn and nearby cities such as Westborough, Webster, or Worcester, our sales and support staff will treat you with respect and care.
Flooring and Carpet: A Store with Incredible Inventory
Second, let's talk inventory. We have the latest and greatest flooring - hardwood floors, laminate, tiling, etc. We have the best carpets - all the key brands, all the varieties, and yes - all the colors. We have the top bathroom showroom in Auburn, as well as the top kitchen showroom not just in Auburn but also even in the "big city" of Worcester. So you can browse your "dream" bathroom or kitchen in the store, get ideas, and even work with our staff on a home, bathroom, or kitchen remodeling contractor to get the job done. Looking for the best flooring and carpet store in Worcester? Here's our secret: it's not actually in Worcester, but rather just next door.
The Ultimate Cabinet Store
Third, let's talk cabinets. We're the #1 cabinet showroom as well and when people look for "Cabinet stores in Auburn," and end up at Floors and Kitchens Today to find out that we're their one-stop shop - kitchens and bathrooms, flooring and carpets, and all the top products rolled into one space.
So, if you're wondering where to buy flooring, carpets, countertops, vinyl.. you've found the place. And if you're looking for the best flooring store or carpet store in Westborough, Webster, or Worcester, you've found the place - right next door in Auburn. Just use this page for easy driving directions, or Google "Flooring stores near me" and put us into your GPS.
You can call us at 508-762-1680, send us an email, or even request a custom quote online.
Auburn, Massachusetts: Historical Factoid
The Town of Auburn is made up of land areas which were, in colonial times, outlying parts of Worcester, Leicester, Sutton and Oxford. These areas were incorporated as the town of Ward on April 10, 1778. In 1837 the name was changed to Auburn. The economic history of Auburn has been a combination of agriculture and industry. Home industries flourished in the early 1800s. With the growth of Worcester’s factory based industries, Auburn became a bedroom community whose residents turned to Worcester for employment. Agriculture also declined and in 1957 there were only four working farms in contrast to more than 100 listed in 1857.