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Here at Piedmont Floors the term “Team Piedmont” is much more than a catch phrase.  We take our commitment to teamwork very seriously and work together every day to meet the needs of our customers.  We made the decision a long time ago not to work on individual commissions since that can often get in the way of proper customer service.  This way, when you choose Piedmont Floors to assist you with your project you can rest assured that each and every one of our team members will be working towards one common goal and that is 100% Customer Satisfaction.  Not only do we care about our customers but we truly care about each other too and that is huge when it comes to working together.  All projects are unique and you might end up working with just one of us or all of us but either way the bottom line for Team Piedmont is “If  You’re Happy, We’re Happy”.

Team Piedmont | Piedmont Floors
Bryana Woodard | Piedmont Floors

Bryana (Bry) Woodard

Floor Design Consultant


Terry Floyd | Piedmont Floors

Terry Floyd

Sales / Estimator

Daniel Clark | Piedmont Floors

Daniel Clark

Service Manager and Sales

Tim Burkholder | Piedmont Floors

Tim Burkholder

Warehouse Manager

Crystal Snider | Piedmont Floors

Crystal Snider

Office Manager

Roxy Snider | Piedmont Floors

Roxy Snider

Company Mascot

Charles Snider | Piedmont Floors

Charles Snider


Ed Roakes | Piedmont Floors

Ed Roakes

Vice President

“Piedmont Flooring is an exceptionally high quality organization from top to bottom. Starting with their very experienced sales force they make selecting the correct floor finish and tiling a stress free experience. ”

Nigel Goulding

“I have known Charles the owner of Piedmont Floors for over 15 years now and had a couple of jobs done by his company. Charles and his team do a great job putting in carpet and tiles.”

Susan Hogg

“We had flooring and bathroom tile installed in two bathrooms in our church parsonage by Piedmont Floor Design. From start to finish of this project we had a great experience.”

Carlton Gunter