Wright Brothers Flooring and Bathrooms LLC

 When quality doesn’t cost, it pays. 


To that end, our mission is:

To perform for our customers the highest level of quality remodeling services at fair and market competitive prices.

To ensure the longevity of our company through repeat and referral business achieved by customer satisfaction in all areas including timeliness, attention to detail and service-minded attitudes.

To maintain the highest levels of professionalism, integrity, honesty and fairness in our relationships with our suppliers, subcontractors, professional associates and customers.

For every need that may arise, Wright Brothers Flooring Co. is committed to providing you with a dependable and skilled handyman, great customer service, and first class workmanship.

Just one call or click brings our expertise right to your door. Wright Brothers Flooring Co of Dallas Ft. Worth can help turn your “to-do” list into “done.”

Home repairs and remodeling is what we get excited about, Wright Brothers Flooring Co is your single solution for that list of home maintenance that seems to grow longer every day. Whether you need something installed, built, fixed or maintained, we are your reliable and trusted partner for all your bathroom remodeling, drywall, tile, carpentry, and other handyman contractor needs. Your home needs expertise and we have the experts at Wright Brothers Flooring Co.

Our mission is the same as yours — making your home a great place to live.  You can rest easy knowing your bathroom/floor repair or remodeling job is in experienced hands. We’re not just proud of our workmanship — we guarantee it.

We serve  Plano, Allen, McKinney, Frisco, Princeton, and Collin County.

We are an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau with an A rating.


It takes high-quality tile to make high-quality ceramic tile floors, wall tile applications, and countertops. Recognizing the signs of lesser-quality tile will help you avoid making a poor choice.

You may see picture framing, when the design doesn’t go all the way to the edge of a tile.

Poorly printed designs may appear fuzzy or unclear, and undesirable spots in the surface of the tile indicate that small holes developed in the printing screen during manufacturing. These are indications of old silkscreen applications.

Finally, a dark line running through the edge of the tile – known as a black core – indicates impurities in the clay that can weaken the tile.


Several factors contribute to the final price of ceramic tile: the originality and quality of the artistry; the complexity of the manufacturing process; and the precision of the visual image.

Higher-priced tile should generally provide a more detailed execution of originality. In other words, your eyes and aesthetic sense should tell you if the tile is worth it.

After you’ve decided on the ceramic tile’s function, quality and the price range you need, what’s most important to your final decision is how well the tile expresses your vision of home.

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