About Us

Dundee Flooring Store
Lakeland Flooring store and dundee

Your Carpeting, Tile and Flooring Experts

Jim’s Floor Depot is an independently owned and privately managed flooring business in the Central Florida area. We offer Wood, Carpet, Laminate, Linoleum, VCT and Tile. Jim’s Floor Depot provides a broad range of high-quality floor coverings to people who want a more beautiful home. In visiting our web site, we hope you will get a taste of what it is like to visit our store: a place where knowledgeable people work with customers to find the right solution to their flooring needs. 

We welcome your questions; please feel free to call or e-mail us, or best of all, to stop in and visit us. You will find that we offer a complete selection of products that represent excellent value, presented in a comfortable, no-pressure environment. So have a look around: we are standing by to help. Our goal is to make sure our customers have complete control over the design and style of their new floors. We are committed to offering the best named brand products at reasonable prices and saving you money.

We believe in doing business with the highest quality of service and Integrity for each customer with individual concern, ensuring satisfaction with our products, one floor at a Time!

  • Monday-Saturday:
    9:00am - 5:00pm
    Sunday: Closed
  • Phone: (863) 439 -7500
    Fax: (863) 438-7980
  • Dundee, FL
    29710 U.S. Highway 27
    Dundee, Florida, 33838
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  • Monday-Saturday:
    9:00am - 5:00pm
    Sunday: Closed
  • Phone: (863) 646 -7500
    Fax: (863) 940-2801
  • Lakeland, FL
    3710 U.S. Highway 92 East
    Lakeland, Florida 33813
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Servicing Lakeland, Dundee, Winter Haven, Davenport, Haines City, Kissimmee, Four Corners, Champions Gate, Auburndale, Lake Wales and Bartow Disclaimer: The digital images displayed on this site depict the most accurate representation of the products as possible. However, due to the differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual precept and what is visually represented