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Get an Estimate for a New Floor

July 1, 2011 2:59 pm    Posted by Kim Lefever    off

You’ve been thinking about installing a new floor in your (pick one): dining room, kitchen, bathroom or living room for years. So, what’s really holding you back from walking into a flooring store or home center and picking out the floor you want?

Wondering if the floor you want will hold up to the kids and the dog? Concerned the floor that looks great in a picture won’t look the same in your home? Or is it cost? While buying a floor isn’t like replacing the roof, it is a significant investment for most homeowners. Let’s explore the cost of a new floor in more detail.

How do you know if you can afford the floor you want? Start with an estimate – a fast and simple estimate you can do yourself using our Project Estimator. The Project Estimator tool is easy to use, and it will give you a good idea about how much your entire flooring project will cost – from removing the existing floor to replacing the subfloor and installing the new floor.

Armstrong’s Project Estimator can provide flooring estimates for all hardwood, laminate, luxury vinyl and vinyl sheet products. To get started, first, find a floor on one of our product pages. On the product page, look below the flooring swatch to find the “Get Estimate” message. When you click that link, an estimating form will appear. Answer these four questions to get your estimate.

1. Select a Room

2. Room Dimensions

3. Subfloor (Will the subfloor need to be replaced?)

4. Floor Removal (Will the existing floor need to be removed?)

After you answer the last question, click “Get Estimates” to get a range of costs for your new floor. The Project Estimator will provide estimates for both professional and do-it-yourself installations. For an actual quote, contact your local flooring store or home center.

Give it a try and see what you think! This tool could be just what you’ve been looking for to move you closer to the floor of your dreams!

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