What costs are associated with a flooring project?
1. Types of Flooring
You want to choose a floor that fits your lifestyle. Each type of flooring - whether it is hardwood, cork, bamboo, laminate, carpet, tile or vinyl - has unique benefits. Our SelectAFloor™ Finder can help you narrow your search by providing suggested flooring products that match your personal preferences and lifestyle needs.
A good warranty will help protect your investment. Each flooring type carries different warranties that should match your expectations of its performance. Each flooring type carries different warranties that should match your expectations of the product's performance. Visit Our Warranties to learn more about Carpet One Floor & Home's industry-leading warranties.
3. Amount of Material
Measuring the area of your room gives you an idea of how much flooring material you will need for your project. Keep in mind that slightly more than the exact square footage of your room is generally required.
4. Regional Location
Material and installation prices vary based on where you live, due to factors such as building requirements, environmental conditions, and transportation costs. For a pricing estimate specific to your region, submit a Free Estimate Form to your local Carpet One Floor & Home store. Or, work directly with one of our flooring experts in-store.
5. Professional Installation
Flooring installation costs and methods differ depending on flooring type. Additionally, the level of expertise required for installation will vary according to flooring type. Therefore, while the DIY approach may seem like a cost-effective option, you should consider your experience with the material before trying to tackle the project yourself. At Carpet One Floor & Home, our qualified professionals ensure the best installation possible. Plus, our warranties include a lifetime guarantee on installation for most products. Visit Our Warranties to learn more about Carpet One Floor & Home's industry-leading warranties.