What are Your Flooring Options?

Average Cost To Install New Flooring Price Range: $1,215 - $2,460
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Average Cost To Install New Flooring Price Range: $1,215 - $2,460
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4 thoughts on “What are Your Flooring Options?”

  1. How about staining floors? Also, can you tell me what options are available for upstairs? I really do not want to do carpet.

    1. No limits upstairs. Sound can be an issue for some people. If you don’t want carpet, I’d probably put pad under any hard options you choose.

  2. Thank you for comparing the different types of materials we can choose for our floors. My husband and I are thinking about remodeling our home and this will really help us make a decision. We have 3 kids and a dog so we definitely have to do our research and see which one fits our needs.

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