Double D’s: Lancaster Cousins Launch New Flooring Business

From Church to Flooring Business: Double D’s Opens in Lancaster

Derrick Schneider and Dillon Pinkstock, two cousins with a passion for flooring, have opened Double D’s in Lancaster. Their new business is located at 706 W. Wheeling St., where it was once a church with a sanctuary that they converted into their warehouse. The building was an ideal location for the cousins because of its size and proximity to Nick’s Pizza on Wheeling Street.

Double D’s is currently open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, but there are plans to extend hours in the future. They hope to offer Saturday hours from 9 a.m. to noon and possibly stay open later during one weeknight as well. For more information about Double D’s, visit their Facebook page or contact them via email at jbarron@gannett.com or phone at 740-681-4340. You can also reach out to them on Twitter at @JeffDBarron.

The idea for Double D’s came from the cousins who wanted to start a family business that would allow them to spend time together and work towards their long-term goals while providing quality flooring services to the community of Lancaster.

Dillon’s parents, Misty and Greg Pinkstock, were previously owners of Country Carpets on Cedar Hill Road before deciding it was time for a change. They had always been interested in starting their own business and saw this as an opportunity to do so while also supporting their son’s dream.

Aimee Pinkstock, Dillon’s wife, played an instrumental role in helping her husband turn his vision into reality by encouraging him every step of the way.

The building that now houses Double D’s was originally built as a church many years ago but has since been converted into a warehouse space by the cousins who found it suitable for their needs.

They made some improvements to the building before opening up shop near Nick’s Pizza on Wheeling Street in Lancaster.

Double D’s is committed to providing high-quality flooring services that meet the needs of customers in Lancaster and beyond.

They are open from 9 a.m. Monday through Friday and plan on extending hours soon including Saturdays from 9a.m.-noon and possibly staying open later during one weeknight too.

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