The I-30 corridor is one of the most frequented strips for commuters and tourists alike, traveling to, and from, far and wide. But there’s one destination on this interstate that is just as popular a place to set a navigation map to, and it doesn’t require crossing state lines: McElroy Tops and Floors.
It’s all about family at McElroy Tops and Floors, the surname right there on the signage and the hospitality as if everyone is a part of it. Brothers Scott and Glenn McElroy are the masterminds behind the company, but they’d be the first to admit its culture of high-quality product, industry experience and unparalleled customer service stem out far further than just the duo. A visit to its showroom is sure to involve a warm greeting from someone in the family as soon as you walk in the door, be it a niece in Nicole Trent, a nephew like Keith Trent or Westley Jordan, or a spouse in either Renae (Scott’s wife), Carol (Glenn’s wife), or BJ Green or Ruth McElroy (Mom/Nana).
But the reception and accommodation is only part of the puzzle that makes McElroy Tops and Floors tick. The camaraderie invites you in; the product and delivery bring you back.
The services provided are wide-ranging and nearly all-encompassing. It is well equipped to handle many countertop and flooring needs, no matter how big or small, ranging from commercial to residential, interior and exterior renovations to new builds, bathrooms to kitchens to garages, and more. No matter the job, the family promises a start-to-finish solution to get it done.
And, its showroom spans more than 4,000 square feet, more than enough space to satisfy a shopper-driven taste.
It may seem an old way of doing things these days — family first, honest and hard work, integrity — but the family wouldn’t have it any other way. And it’s from these core beliefs that have made it such a commodity for the home needs of all Arkansans. No matter the neighborhood or budget, McElroy Tops and Floors can deliver.