Debbie Cox Is Happy To Help At Big Tex Floors


?I wanted a job that was not an 8 to 5 office job and would be exciting and allow me to explore new areas of opportunities as well as give me the time I need to help take care of my grandchildren,? said Teague native, Debbie Cox. ?That isn?t always easy to find.? When she saw a ?Help Wanted? ad at Big Tex Floors she decided to go and talk to owner, Chris Lynch. Debbie has always been good at sales and is a very energetic person. Mr. Lynch must have seen this in her and hired her on the spot.

Debbie started in mid-December, a very difficult time to sell any type of home remodeling, but she managed to get the sale to Bush?s Chicken who is taking over the old Sonic building in Mexia.

Big Tex Floors carries all types of flooring including hardwood; all types of tile, ceramic, porcelain, marble, granite and laminates; all kinds of carpet; and concrete staining. Debbie will be happy to come to your home or place of business and help decide what would be best for your particular needs and give a free estimate on the entire job. No hidden costs. ?When we come into do flooring, our employees will move all the heavy furniture and return it to it proper place upon completion of the job. We want to offer a turn key job where we will remove and haul off your previous flooring and help any way we can to make this experience a pleasant one for all our customers.? said Debbie. Big Tex Floors will be offering full kitchen and bathroom make overs as well.

Debbie Cox was born in Teague to W.C. (Monkey) and the late Shirley Carroll. She graduated from Teague High School in 1977 and married her high school sweetheart, Dennis Cox, in 1978. They have been married for 34 years and have three sons: Bradly, 33, who is a supervisor with the Teague Water and Sewer Department; Jeremy, 30, who lives in Dallas and is married to Nicole. He works for North Texas Scales as a salesman; and Trent, 29, who is an Athletic Trainer for Bryan High School. Dennis and Debbie have two grandsons, B.J., 9 years old and Chase, 5 years old. Dennis Cox is the Chief of Police in Teague. They attend Eighth Avenue Baptist Church.

Debbie?s goal for 2013 is to help as many people as she can make their decorating dreams come true with the home improvements they have always wanted to do or to help them build their dream home with all the extra?s. She says, ?We do all the extra little touches and go the extra mile for customer care.?

Debbie is holding an open house on Sunday, January 27th, at 920 Elm Street, in Teague, for everyone to come and see what she can do to make your remodeling dreams come true. Come by from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Debbie will be on hand to answer questions and set up estimates.

Debbie Cox is available anytime by cell phone, 903-388-6361 or email at Debbie@BigTexFloors.com. Call her for a great new look to your home.

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