Flooring Costs

Shown in the following links are various flooring costs for floor installation along with information regarding popular flooring options.

(Please take note of the many buying/install tips sprinkled throughout the following pages.)

When talking with people who want to self-manage a remodeling project in property they’ve recently acquired, or a renovation for their personal residence, concerns arise in regard to how much a floor will cost to have installed, and how to go about getting it done.

But, just as with the other aspects of remodeling (painting, drywall, plumbing, framing, etc.), you can control the cost of installing all the different types of flooring that will go into your project.

Popular Flooring Options

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Want to save a little money on the purchase and installation of carpet for your remodeling project. It’s simple to do. Please go to our Carpet Installation Prices page for more information, along with some solid tips.

Vinyl Flooring
As with any purchase of carpet and installation, the same applies to vinyl (and linoleum) flooring costs. Anywhere carpet is sold, you’re likely to find a wide array of vinyl options available as well.

Please visit our Vinyl Floor Costs page for more tips and information on installation.

Hardwood Flooring
For years, hardwood has remained a very popular flooring option because of it’s beautiful (yet understated elegant) finish that elevates the overall “feel” to the house.

Add to that the durability of a professionally-finished hardwood floor, and you have an absolute winning combination of style and functionality.

Please visit Cost of Wood Flooring for more info on such things as flooring costs for material, install, time needed for total refinish process, and more.

Custom Ceramic Tile
Another beautiful flooring option is ceramic tile. A custom-tile job installation affords the same durability and style that hardwood brings to any remodel.

Although not certainly inexpensive (as compared to other flooring options might be), a custom tile installation might, in fact be a very expensive endeavor. There are, however, certain steps you can take to keep a little more money in your pocket, should you decide to go this route.

Please visit our Ceramic Tile Prices page for more details.