Written by April Reinhardt (last updated February 9, 2022)
Flooring can be one of the most costly areas of home improvement, since most flooring costs more than five dollars per square foot, and that's not including the installation charge! Most people find it easier to simply visit their local carpet store go through the traditional methods of selecting flooring with a salesman, and then arranging for a time of installation. It might be worth your time, however, to shop around for the best price for your flooring. By conducting a little research when pricing flooring, and then either installing it yourself, or hiring a handyman to install it, can save a lot of effort and frustration. Here are some points to consider and some good ideas for pricing flooring and getting the best bang for your buck:
Visit your local library or bookstore and peruse the magazines and books about coloring. The magazines will most likely be littered with ads of flooring manufacturers, and you can note the contact information (most have web sites) and then perform online searches when you get home to get the best pricing on flooring. Or, you can simply call their toll-free number and speak with a representative about their flooring prices.
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