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Adda Carpets & Flooring

Chris Judge

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In 1976, Harley Waguespack and his daughter, Karen Judge, opened Adda Carpets. Because of their excellent customer service, the company grew quickly. In 1995, Harley retired, and Karen’s son, Chris Judge, joined the business and ownership passed from grandfather to grandson. The showroom was expanded and the name changed to Adda Carpets & Flooring.

The company carries a wide variety of carpet, ceramic/porcelain tile, natural stone, vinyl, laminate and hardwood flooring and their suppliers include such companies as Viking, Provenza Floors and Fabrica Carpet and Rugs.

The company helps their clients replace carpeting in one room or install the flooring for an entire home. They pride themselves in providing one-on-one service and following each job from start to finish.

“We have seen some great advancements in carpeting lately,” says owner Chris Judge. “I really love the delustered, low-pile carpets that are a twin for wool. To achieve a contemporary feel in tile flooring, the new super-large porcelain tiles are stunning.”

What kind of flooring does Judge have in his home? “I chose a wide-plank engineered wood for my recent renovation,” he says. “The finish, a smoked oak, has a hand-waxed polish and gives the entire home an Old World, southern feel.”

Judge thinks what sets his business apart from his competition is how they approach their clients. “Our philosophy has always been rather straightforward: offer quality products to your clients, and spend time with them in order to assess their needs and get a true sense of their design direction.”

5480 Mounes St. | Harahan | 736-9001 | addacarpetsandflooring.com



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